Not much this time. The big brother's name was especially meaningful, being named after his deceased grandfather and an ancestor on my side, but little Everett Mason is a pioneer of both of his first name and middle name in our family.
After months of debate, we had narrowed potential names down to three similar E names -- Emeritt, Emmitt/Emmett or Everett. One of them, when you do a Google search, reveals a series of mugshots. Emmett (BT's fave from the list) is a lesser character from Twilight. I wasn't about to give a name that would prompt people to ask if I was a fan of a series of books/movies that I have no interest in. So Everett it was..!
As for Mason -- we wanted a middle name that started with J so he could be E.J. Unfortunately, being last in line in the kid department behind dozens of cousins, our cousins' kids, and kids of friends, the standard J names are already in use a few times over. I came up with a brilliant solution, but my delivery was all wrong. I suggested Jenson -- you know, I said, like Jen's son. BT nixed it immediately. Later, when I suggested Mason (was pairing names I saw on billboards that day), I was quick to point out the intent was not Ma's son -- purely coincidental.
Around the time we found out he was a boy, our best name pick at the time was Tyler. Neither of us was really behind it, but it was the forerunner for a month or so. I joked if we went with that, his middle name would "have" to be Rexford, so he could be T-Rex. This became our nickname for the baby in utero :)