I'd avoid anything that rhymes with "maiden," like Jayden, simply because those names were so wildly overused in the past 5 years that there is a whole cohort of kids growing up that will have them. (My son goes to preschool with a Caden, an Aiden, and a Hayden.)
For your son I like Noah, Braden, and Bently. they sound strong...My neighbor's grandson's name is Roman...He's so cute. The name is different and strong that I just love it..I already have my names so I'm not going to change it but I figure why not share it...lol
For your daughter I like Ava, Savannah, and Brooklyn:) Good luck!
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