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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...
LN: Your Choice
DH: Mark, Andrew, Noel, Alexander, Ronald, Stewart, Thomas, Alfred, Peter, Wayne, Roderick, Paul
DW: Roslyn, Jean, Merle, Evelyn,...
Based on the "If you like X, you'll love..." Nameberry lists.
How many children? (Roll and add together).
Genders? Flip for every kid. (Heads:...
Another 5 years
**over 50 no more kids**
**over 18 roll for relationships and kids for them...
DH's name is based on colors
FN is based on your favorite color:
Black Orange or Red: Starts with D
Pink or Purple: 4 Syllables
For this game, you'll need to keep 13 names and change 13 names to another that begins with the same letter. Mark which ones you keep and which ones...
jessica123 posted the thread If I had 8 daughters whose names started with... a while ago, and this is a new version. I wasn't able to find a version...
My first attempt at a game. Very simple. Just morph the given name into something related.
Just a little family to name. Sit back and chill.
LN: Miller, Poole, Schoen, Hopkins, Burks, Tobin, Lieske, Stewart, Hanks, Paddock
FN: Use one of these names, then put a hyphen and one...
In this game, you use a die to determine how many children you have. Then, you roll the die for each child. If the number is even, it is a girl. If...
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