- William Edward, called Ned or Will, we're not sure.
- Finn (also spelled Fionn). Gerald has always joked about this name, Finbar in particular, but when I really think of it, Finn is a pretty cool name. Then when you read about it the legend of Fionn Mac Cool is neat. We have this funny book about Fin M'Coul, The Giant of Knockmany Hill.
- Woodrow something, called Woody. We really like Woody, but imagining the poor child on the first day of school is likely to make this one a non-choice. We don't want to ruin the kid's life here.
Here is more about Fionn Mac Cool from this website (not really sure how accurate it all is):
Means "fair-headed." Fionn Mac Cool (read the legend), a central character in Irish folklore and mythology lead the warrior band, the Fianna (read the legend). Fionn was not only incredibly strong but he was also extremely brave, handsome, generous and wise, a wisdom he aquired by touching the "Salmon of Knowledge" (read the legend) and then sucking his thumb.