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    Default Needing help choosing a little boys name (Reeve or Heath??)

    Hi guys,

    Im new to this forum So hello I needing help on a little boys name, we already have a little girl and a little boy, so this will be the third cherub for us. So we are finding it difficult! We like unique names with a max of 2 syllable's as we wish for it to not be shortened.

    Our short list is Reeve & Heath??

    I love both names! The only thing im worried about with Reeve, is people's reactions, as i hear it can be used as a girls name? We are trying to find a strong, spunky name So if anyone has any other suggestions i'd greatly appreciate it. Ive searched and searched the web and books

    TIA xx

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    Heath!

    I don't really know why I prefer it, just do. Reeve doesn't appeal to me at all!
    Last edited by Eleven Eleven; 18-01-2012 at 14:17.

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    Heath!

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    Hi my sons name is Layne middle name Reeves. So I like Reeve =) I think it's more of a boys name and different too.

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    I say Heath too

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    Thanks girls Keep them coming Tazzy nice choice for a middle name

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    I've never heard of Reeve for a boy or girl but definately see it as a boys name.

    That said, I think I prefer Heath.

    My friend's sons are Chayce and Raeph. They may be your sort of names?

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    Thanks spideysmummy Can i also ask you girls the reason's why you prefer which name? At the moment the fav is Heath by the look of it

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    I've been thinking about this.

    Reeve is growing on me. Its unique (as I said I've never heard of it) but its not too "weird" you know.

    Say the full name, yell out each name write each name down - full name & just first name. Once I do this I usually have a preference for one name over another


    Mummy & Daddy - expanding our family! Our little man born April 2011 and now expecting another munchkin in August 2012! Loving it!!!!!

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    What would the middle name be?


 

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