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Baby boy names choosing between three names

Ok, I need a little help here, I'm due in 6 weeks and having a hard time choosing between three names, here. They are
1. James Ray-like this one(James is my husband and father in laws name and Ray is my fathers name) but sort of want our son to have his own name, of we choose this name he and my husband will have the same name just diff middle names.
2. Memphis Shane-my husband came up with this name and I absolutely love it!!
3. Travis Randall-I came up with this name an love this one too!!

Opinions please!!!! Thank you!!!!
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replied April 23rd, 2012
I realllllly like Memphis Shane, it sounds so unique !
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replied April 25th, 2012
I like James Ray

It encapsulated your family names. I think you should go with this.
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replied April 28th, 2012
Don't go with the family names.. it's nicer for the kid to have his own unique name Smile

I like Memphis Shane.. now that's unique!
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replied May 2nd, 2012
Memphis Shane, I like the tradition of having family name, however, I prefer to pass middle names down. My grandmother's middle name was Jean, mine is Jean, my cousin's daughter's middle name is Jean, and my daughter's middle name will be Jean. So absolutely love Memphis, you could swap out Shane for husband's first or middle name or possibly your father's or his father's first or middle name etc. Smile
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replied May 15th, 2018
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I really like James Ray
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