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No - honest feedback is good! Names that sound awesome in my husband's accent often don't hold up to the "4th grade teacher from Staten Island" voice I do to try to keep us realistic. :)
Luca might be a nice option. Thanks for your suggestions!
Thanks for your response. I guess I was worried about popularity both here and in Italy. Hopefully he'll be spending time in both countries!
Nico is a great suggestion - unfortunately my husband's brother just named his son Nico. Oh, well. :)
I don't actually have a suggestion for you, but I just wanted to commiserate as I'm having trouble with my own son's name.
Girls are easy - there are a million different names out there and all you really have to do is pick something that sounds pretty and has some meaning for you.
Boy names are fewer, they're mostly not pretty, and many have meanings that are either uninspired or militaristic. Wishing you luck! Maybe it will come to you in a dream...
Cute ideas, but "Entropy" made me raise my eyebrows (not in a good way).
This is more science fiction than science, but I'll throw it out there:
Since Evangaline was a favorite name of mine for years that I'll probably never get to use, I'm happy to hear that you did! And I'm going to suggest another favorite name that I'll probably never get to use:
I like the way Barbara sounds/ looks. Something about the repeated Bs strikes me as...distinguished. :)
(Full disclosure: I have a weird "thing" against the name Victoria. It's so precious and fussy and princessey!)
I don't know if this exactly meets your criteria, but I adore the name Walter and my DH has nixed it for us. So I'd be happy if you used it :)
I like Alice!
I think Ruth sounds nice - very straightforward and the whole name rolls off the tongue.
How about Francesca?
Forgot to mention - his last name is Italian and starts with P!
I like the way Ryan, Glenn, William, James, and Charlie sound with your last name. Don't underestimate how often your son will have to clearly, proudly, and articulately state his full name over the years! Mine does not flow and it's always tripped me up (embarrassing!).
I read somewhere that full names sound best when they total an odd number of syllables. So I'd tend toward a strong one-syllable first name myself.
And I don't know how helpful this is, but for some reason I like the sound of a first name starting with "B."