Why is it that the opposite gender of what you're actually having is always easier to name? With Isaiah I had a few girls' names, but struggled with his name. With Katie, I had several boys names and she came home unnamed. With this one, I'm loving my girls' name list again, and not loving my very short boys' list. The first thing I'm asked when I announce that we're having a boy is whether we have a name. And of course, I have no idea.
So I'm opening it up to you all:
Help me think of names!
Here are some helps: I love biblical names, but I don't want it to be too matchy-matchy with Isaiah. I also love traditional names. And it's always good to have a name that isn't too long so that Adam doesn't say, "Well, if we're going to call him a nickname, why don't we just name him the nickname?!" (BTW, that's why Katie is Katie and not Kate. Not my preference.) And we are considering some family names for middle names, but I don't want to post them and have family disappointed if we choose not to use a certain one.
On your mark, get set, name my baby!
(Disclaimer: Your suggestions will be just that, suggestions, okey dokey? I won't make fun of your names, and don't make fun of mine. I reserve the right to use or not use the names you suggest.)