Monday, July 31, 2006

And I thought naming my child was difficult...

The Kiddo was nameless for four days, the six-foot, solid/chunky-built guy number one that I am trying to build a persona for is causing many more problems!! Guy number two was easy - Jack - he's an outdoorsy swimmers lean build kind of guy who's into using his hands. The girl was pretty easy, too - Lawrence, Wren for short. But Guy 1 I just can't can't nail down his name or his profession. I came up with Grey, but it just isn't working for me.

Any suggestions anyone? And since guy 2 is looking like he will be a Jack Roseman, I have already run the idea of Hugh past my thinking cap. To tell the truth it didn't fit that badly, but it still wasn't quite right.

So this is what I have to work with - Guy 1 is 30, stocky/solid built, black hair, dk brn eyes, and has some sort of office job that he will shortly get a management promotion with. WHAT that job is I am totally shooting blanks on, and the best name for guy 1 to meld with guy 2 (Jack Roseman), and the girl (Wren Browne - yes, yes I know, but her parents really were kind of bookish!). Any help for gal out there?

3 comments:

Celia Kyle said...

What about Christopher? Chris for short....Chris Roberts. That sounds managerially. Chris and Jack. Chris and Jack and Wren. It's a thought....

Caye

Celia Kyle said...

Or Christopher Michael Roberts. (Just in case he gets in trouble and you need his middle name.) *grin* or just Michael Roberts. Mike and Jack and Wren. Or Craig...Craig Matthews. Craig and Jack and Wren....

Anne Douglas said...

Chris or Craig huh? I will have to do a little figuring and see if they work!