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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...
the first person will give a middle name , the next person will say what first name they think goes best with it and then give a new middle name for...
Like the quintuplets game, but you get to drop one name completely and replace it with whatever you'd like.
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Same rules apply as the other ones. There has to be at least one of each gender but it doesn't matter. Genders can switch with unisex names....
This is a game I stole from another post about girls!
The rule is that you take the five names from the person above you and change each one in...
You're a teacher at a school for all boys, and you have 26 lively and rambunctious young boys in your class.
FN - Tessa, Matilda,...
Options: Change spellings, add details, add second middles of your choice, add surnames and maiden names.
Mom: Lara Michaela Laurette Mariska /...
This game is played like the other "What would be the perfect twin" games, but the twin MUST be the opposite sex. The first person posts a name (1...
So if you were able to have your ideal family scenario...what would it be? No limitations on names, number of children, or gender. Just what would...
Copy the names into your post, type at the bottom which two you dropped and which one you added. Thanks for playing!
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