Usually, after nine months or possibly ten, the parents manage to arrive at a name they both can live with. Why does baby-naming inspire such deep feelings and strong arguments in a couple who may have an easy time getting along in so many other ways?
For one thing, choosing a name can tap into deep, previously-unexplored issues about family, tradition, gender, image, one's very identity. It may be the first important test of control and compromise. And the problems around choosing a name can feel all the more disturbing because you think it's supposed to be so easy and fun.
How to Choose a Baby Name: 5 Unconventional Routes to Find a Great Name- http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/28/how-to-choose-baby-name_n_1833547.html?utm_hp_ref=parents&ir=Parents 
How is the name hunt going? Do you and your DH/partner agree on names? Has it been a bit of a struggle?