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Baby Name Needed – Name for Linden and Everett’s Sibling

Britta her husband Morgan live in Sweden. They’re expecting their third baby in a couple of months and would like some help choosing a name.

They already have two sons, Linden and Everett, so they’d like the baby’s first name to be similar in style to these. Britta also mentions:

We definitely want a more English/American first name while the middle name should be more Scandinavian. The name should also be pronounced similarly both in Swedish and in English.

The baby’s surname will sound like Bergstrand.

So far, for boy names, they’re considering Amos. Here are some other names I thought they might like:

Carl/Karl
Casper/Kasper
Conrad/Konrad
Felix
Frank
Gabriel
Glenn
Grant
Grover
Harris
Henry
Herman
Linus
Nelson
Nolan
Norris
Oliver
Oscar/Oskar
Otis
Philip
Reuben/Ruben
Roland
Sidney
Simon
Tobias
Victor/Viktor
Vincent

For girl names, Morgan likes Rowyn and Rowena. Britta doesn’t care for names that end with a vowel-sound, though. So how about:

Agnes
Alice
Beatrice
Charlotte
Clara/Klara
Edith
Florence/Flora
Frida
Greta
Harriet
Henrietta
Josephine
Madeleine
Marion
Nora
Pauline
Petra
Ramona
Rosa
Roselle
Sabine
Selma
Susanne
Sylvia
Therese
Ursula
Viola

(It was hard to avoid vowel endings altogether, but I did try!)

As for middles: Linden’s middle name is Anders, and Everett’s middle name is André, so my first instinct was to suggest they continue the pattern with something like Andrea or Andreas.

Other than that, I have a hard time coming up with middles when there’s no first name in place. I personally like Astrid, Gustav, Inger, Johan, Olga, Sören…but how well these work will depend a lot upon the sound/rhythm of the first name.

Do you like any of the above names with Linden and Everett? What others would you suggest to Britta and her husband?

Update – The baby is here! Scroll down to see what name Britta and Morgan chose.


Baby Name Needed – Name for Harvey’s Sibling

A reader named Kim has a son named Harvey James. She’s expecting her second baby (gender unknown) this fall. The baby’s last name will be similar to Landsberg.

She and her husband like different types of names, so let’s tackle one gender at a time.

For a girl, I like (stodgy?) old fashioned names like Matilda, Agatha, and Wilhelmina, and he likes more common names like Kate and Anna.

I looked for girl names that have an old-fashioned feel, but a contemporary look/sound (i.e. shorter, simpler, more melodic than Matilda, Agatha, Wilhelmina). Here’s what I came up with:

Ada
Alice
Beatrix
Bettina
Celeste
Celia
Charlotte
Clara
Cora
Delia
Edith
Eliza
Flora
Frida/Frieda
Georgia
Greta
Jane
Leona
Louisa
Lucy
Lydia
Martha
Mina
Nina
Nora
Petra
Phoebe
Rose
Rowena
Sabina
Sylvia
Vita
Willa

Now boys:

For a boy, I love the more classical / romantic Oliver and Frederick, but my husband likes the more (stalwart? masculine? mainstream?) Connor and Owen.

Finding middle-ground male names was a bit trickier, but I think most of the names below fit the bill. (I also sprinkled in a few random others that I happen to like with Harvey.)

Bennett
Charles
Clancy
Conrad
Desmond
Dominic
Duncan
Edgar
Emil
Emmett
Evan
Everett
Felix
Garrett
Gavin
Graham
Grant
Jasper
Leo/Leonard
Luther
Malcolm
Maxwell
Morris
Nathan
Nolan
Oscar
Sebastian
Simon
Stanley
Stuart
Theo/Theodore
Travis
Walter

Which of the names above do you like best? What other names would you suggest to Kim and her husband?

Update – The baby has arrived! Scroll down to see what name Kim chose.