When we first found out we were pregnant, Chad's sister Teline said that if we named the baby Stinky Poo Guerra, she would offer us lifetime babysitting and college tuition to our firstborn. As tempting as this is, I think we'll go for something a little more traditional. In fact, I've sat here tonight with my husband googling all sorts of baby names. We've looked at baby name searches, family history, and still are unsure about what we will call this little guy. I never thought it would be this hard to pick out a name. Ironically, I have plenty of girl names that I like. So far, these are the name combinations that we've come up with-
These are my thoughts on the names we've come up with so far-
Liam- We both really like this name. I've never met a Liam, but according to a google search, it's becoming quite popular. I'm not looking to name my kid after another trend.
Seth- I like the idea and meaning behind the name: he was just like his father and it means annointed.
Kale- Chad has really liked the sound of this name and found out tonight that it is the hawaiin derivative of his name. The only problem: I can't pronounce it. It comes out more like- "Kell" when I say it. (My sister Kyra informed me of my incorrect pronounciation)
Smith- I really like it's originality. It was my great grandfather's name, Chad's mom's maiden name, and the last name of Joseph Smith; but does it really pair well with Guerra?
Hollister- another original name. It was my great grandfather's middle name, but will people think I'm naming my son after the clothing store? I don't even own anything from Hollister.
James- Chad's grandfather's name- Smith James would actually be his name in reverse order.
Alright, now that I've divulged our ideas on names, none of you out there better steal any of them! We're still undecided. But we would love feedback or more ideas on names or how to pick one. :)