Hi there!!! I am currently pregnant with baby number 5!! My due date isnt until September 3rd but I am a PLANNER!! My husband and I already have 4 wonderful boys that all start with the letter "c"... Oldest to youngest we have Colin James, Connor Stephan, Camden Matthew and Carson Andrew... All of our boys middle names are from other family members!! We already have a girl name picked out ( Chloe Elizabeth) !! Big problem is no boy in sight.... It has to start with a "C" of course but we really have no direction as to which way to go.. The only name we even kindof agree on is Charlie, my husband would like to use William as a middle name (after his stepdad) but Charlie William sounds way too proper for me... Please help with baby boy names using "c" !!Thanks so much!!
I think Charlie is great, and to me it sounds friendly rather than over-proper.
I also like the way it adds a new sound: it still starts with a C, but it's a Ch- sound instead of Ca- or Co-. I notice when I try out other C names, most of them sound too similar to a C name you already have: Calvin seems too close to Colin; Callum seems too close to Camden and Colin; Cameron seems too close to Camden; Carter seems too close to Carson; Caden seems too close to Camden.
Christian would also be nice for this: the Cr- sound is quite different from the Ca- and Co- sounds.
Or Clayton adds a Cl-.
Caleb might work well, though it's hard to tell without a surname to try it out with. It adds a new vowel sound and a new consonant sound.
Cabot would also be nice, and adds TWO new consonant sounds.
Or Corbin. Ooo, or Cormac.
Or Colby or Coleman.
Casey is a nice friendly name. Casey William.
If you aren't trying to keep all the names to two syllables, I suggest Callahan, Cade, Clark, Case, Chance, or Chase.