Hello Ian, and a good morning to you. First please allow me to welcome you to Pugslife. Second.....I have always enjoyed the name Wilbur. Seems to fit a Pug well. Of course I have six pugs and they all have, 'different' and perhaps unusual names. My first Pugs name was Ichabod. Thought it fitting for such a large head he had.
Thank you for your friending request and yes, I do believe we are now friends. This is a super site with many most interesting people and Pugs. I hope you become a very active member here. There will always be someone available to you for any questions you may have regarding your new bundle of joy and trouble maker.
I have helped with the birthing of many little critters here along with a host of other things. Even had one lovely lady fly to Oregon from Georgia to pick up one of my pups. Did she ever end up with a handful :) She is Pug Chick and the pug is Ginger Bell. Over that past 7 months I have given away 7 Puppies. It is so much fun to see them go to the best of homes. Pug Chick has on occasion threatened to send Ginger back. I have another friend that I gave another little girl to by the name (pug) of Willow Brooke. I thought that was a good name for her. She too has threatened to give her back.
One thing I might suggest is that once you have the little guy, just observe him for awhile. His personality with guide you to a fitting name for him.
Have a great day, i am late to work. I volunteer at the local VA Hospital, well not volunteer per say, more like semi-retirement. I work the hours I with or not.
Welcome to the Family Ian and there will be a very warm welcome for your baby. I so remember the waiting for our boy to come home and even the day when we were told that his litter had been born, seems like yesterday but actually nearly five years will be next month, how time passes when you are having fun. Helena and Hektor