Yes, I know the middle names are more common but I have a firm belief that if you give the child a unique first name then you should give them a little less of a unique middle name so when it comes time for them to go out into the business world, they have a choice of name to use.
I used to look at resumes and have a hard time pronouncing the first name sometimes and when the person came in for an interview they usually went with an abbreviated first name or their middle name.
This is why I took almost 9 months to name my daughter. A name that was practically staring me in the face, mind you but that's a whole other story. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />