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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...
I saw a similar game in the forums but can't find it, so here's my spin on it. Each person lists the title of a book. Then the next person takes each...
Surname: Bailey, Blake, Cooper, Harper, McKenna, Parker, Ryan, Scott, Sullivan, Tyler
DW: Alice, Anna, Caroline, Charlotte, Eleanor, Emma, Helen,...
LN: Cotton, Ubsdale, Crimple, Hunter
DH: Clifford, Peter, Elmer, Lloyd, Theodore (90)
DW: Joyce, Nancy, Catherine, Wilma, Dolores (MN: Asfour,...
Just a little bit o' fun! :)
Choose your favourite out of all the options and see what you get.
Five pregnancies - all multiples.
Roll the dice 5x to determine what sets you get. Get ready for lots of kids.
Naming is up to you.
Use this dice when the game calls for it: http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks1/maths/dice/six.htm
If you rolled an odd...
Create 5 families.
Where there is a "?", create a combination/s that you think fits best with the sibsets. :) Enjoy!
LN: Hartley Bly Mead...
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...
10 Alpha Chis
8 Sitting Sisters
LN: Whitmore, Silvan, Guerrero, Hasz, Kazehaya, Petrova
DH (67): Oscar, Albert, Juan, Teppei, Lars, Alexander, Charles
DW (66): Mathilde,...
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