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What do you think? dmartinez 1 child; Aurora, Colorado 366 posts
16th Jan

I guess it's still a little early to think about just yet since I have plenty of time to change my mind but I'm really liking the name Atlas if it's a boy. Is that a silly name? Mine and DD's names are from Greek Mythology and I'd like to stick with that theme. I am pretty set on a girl's name but my mom is making me second guess myself with Atlas.

Doodles mommy Due July 31; 2 kids; Starke, Florida 1652 posts
16th Jan

I personally don't like it. But it isn't my child,  its yours so name it what you want.  :)

linsα most, CZ, Czech Republic 30363 posts
status 16th Jan

I like Atlas. I know a little girl named Alta so Atlas is normal to me. I stuck with a Greek Myth theme also. 

1stTimeBabyMaker 1 child; California 4325 posts
status 16th Jan

The name is odd to me but I love where it comes from
heres some others I like(:
oden
loki
ares 
apollo

dmartinez 1 child; Aurora, Colorado 366 posts
16th Jan

Quoting 1stTimeBabyMaker:
The name is odd to me but I love where it comes from
heres some others I like(:
oden
loki
ares 
apollo


Thanks! I also like Apollo. It is odd but there's just something about it that I like. I wouldn't want people to think it's too weird though. 

1stTimeBabyMaker 1 child; California 4325 posts
status 16th Jan

Quoting dmartinez:

Thanks! I also like Apollo. It is odd but there's just something about it that I like. I wouldn't want people to think it's too weird though. 


I've heard much worse lol and honestly I don't think it would be bad if you paired it with a strong classic name like Atlas/Apollo James, Charles, David...something like that

dmartinez 1 child; Aurora, Colorado 366 posts
16th Jan

Quoting 1stTimeBabyMaker:

I've heard much worse lol and honestly I don't think it would be bad if you paired it with a strong classic name like Atlas/Apollo James, Charles, David...something like that


I have been seriously considering James as a middle name so it's funny you should say that one first. I guess I'll just have to wait a while and see if I still like it in a few months. Or see if the baby is even a boy haha.

1stTimeBabyMaker 1 child; California 4325 posts
status 17th Jan
Quoting dmartinez:

I have been seriously considering James as a middle name so it's funny you should say that one first. I guess I'll just have to wait a while and see if I still like it in a few months. Or see if the baby is even a boy haha.


James is a good strong manly name(:

ɑutumnɑℓ 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65782 posts
18th Jan

I like Atlas. I love Aristotle. You could use a "normal" name to balance it out.