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Baby Name Games, Nameberry-style. Name enthusiasts, check in here for the most creative baby name games on the web.
This birth announcements thread is for all the hypothetical babies and families of Nameberry.
Do you have a wonderful combination that you just...
Create a family using my current favorites. Feel free to change any spellings and add ages, hobbies, or use more than one middle name.
DH: Your choice
DW: Your choice
DS: Liam, Maxwell, Everett, Walter, Theodore, George, Rupert, Oliver
DD: Annabel, Clara, Margaret, Lily,...
Royal Family Creator
Roll any D-10 you like; one can be found here:...
You use the last letter of the previous name and use it as the first letter of the next name.
LN: Peters, Williams, Robinson, Anderson, Smith, Thatcher, Moore, Taylor, Baker, Davis
DW: Doris, Ruth, Frances, Lois, Phyllis, Norma, Gloria,...
DH: Brett, Jarvis, Beau, Owen/ Alexander, Shea, Cory, Dane
DW: Gabriella, Talia, Eva, Jessa/ Mia, Sasha, Josette, Danica
DS: Keegan, Dalton,...
DH Isaiah, Abraham, Julian, Oliver, James, Caleb Rigby, Burkett, LeBlanc]
DW Kiera, Paloma, Gabrielle, Elizabeth, Delilah, Nancy Phelan,...
This is a name chain where you only change 1 letter from the previous poster's name. We'll see how much one name can morph before it becomes...
Just as it sounds, the object of this game is to spell out a family using the letters from a song title. This game is exactly like the "Book Title...
DH: Trevor, Rory, Bryce, Malcolm/ Alistair, Finley, Garrett, Alec
DW: Madeline, Betsy, Josephine, Rachel/ Sophia, Elisa, Sadie, Abigail
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