Lilah and Dustin are expecting B/G twins. They want the meanings of their first names to be connected somehow--they do not have to be the same (for example, a name meaning 'warrior' and a name meaning 'strong' or 'soldier' is more than close enough-- and the middle names must begin with the same initial. Older brother is Milo Eamon.
Archie Clark & Riley Cordelia, both relate to courage/bravery/audacity
(or Luc Elliot & Nora Eve, meaning light)
Katharine & Alex are expecting their third child. They already have four year old twins Ursula Clementine & Lakshmi Alice, who they like to call Teddy (Ursula means little bear) and Lucky. With their new baby, which they are yet to find out the sex of, they would like for a similar relationship between nickname and name. They love names which tend not to be universally adored and so save the middle spot for something more sane for the child to fall back on. To maintain flow they would like first names that contain the letters "l", "s" and "a" (though it is not essential), and middles that are British-sounding.
Miroslava Eloise for a girl
Miroslava means "peaceful glory," so her nickname could be Glory
Tallis Mitchell for a boy
Tallis is of Old English origin. The Old English root "talu" means a tale, fable or story, so his nickname could be Story
Serenity Marin and Wendell James Hart are expecting triplets. They already have one daughter, Thora Persephone. Like their sister, the Harts would like the triplets' names to have mythological meaning. They also would like each child's first name to begin with a different letter from the others, have each child's middle name start with a different letter from the others, and have each child's first and middle name begin with different letters. Additionally, they would like the same rules to apply to the final sounds of each child's first and middle name. Hence, if two children's name end with an "e," those "e's" should produce different sounds. Likewise, different letter combinations that produce the same sound, like "ie" and "y" should not be used.
Maeve Calliope, Echo Althea, Atlas Damon
Corinne Janet and Xander Jeremy are having their 2nd daughter. They already have two kids, Ash Gardener and Ebony Wren. They would like their next child's name to follow this pattern (colour and then nature name). Also, the name shouldn't start with the same letter as any of the other first names start with, same goes for middle name. And the name should not rhyme with any of the other names.
Jessica Louise and Walter Davis are expecting their 1st son. They already have three daughters- Leonie Rose, Lacey Daffodiel, and Luna Daisy. They would like to keep the pattern of having a "L" name and a flower middle name. HOWEVER with their son they would like two middle names and the second middle name to be honoring the father in some way shape or form without using his exact name.
Lucian Wolf Dune (I strayed from flowers for middles, no boys names are flowers, instead I went with 2 nature names, WD, the same initials as the father)
Cara Jane and Luke Gregory are having their first child. They both loved Disney when they were growing up, and they want their kid's name to reflect that. They don't know the gender yet, so would like a name for both genders. Also, they would like the name to somehow honour them (depending on which gender it is).
Dakota June & David James want to be surprised when their child arrives. They are looking for an uncommon biblical name as a first name, and the middle name to honor a great-great-grandparent. Since they want to be surprised, provide a name for both genders.
Remy Luca (Remy is from Ratatouille; Luca stems from the first two letters of each parents' name)
Aurora Caroline (Aurora is from Sleeping Beauty, meaning also relates to light like Luke; Caroline is similar to Cara)
Jessa & Michael are expecting another girl. They are already parents to Jules Severine (9), Billie Sunflower (5) & Scout Salomeja (3). For this girl they would like a name that fits right within the sibset: a spunky, monosyllabic (or possibly disyllabic) first name that borders on masculinity, followed a long and rare "s" middle. NB: Salomeja is prn Sa-loh-may-ah.
Nicole and Ernest are expecting their first child. They don't know what it is so they need a boys name and a girls name. They like old fashioned names that their grandparents have and they also want to recognize their French and German heritiage.
Greta Angeline and Curtis Gilbert (for tiffanyw)
(narwhal87 - you were skipped - Ephraim Samuel and Abiah Jane - p.s. love the names you suggested!)
Daisy and Drake are having their first child. They found out they are sextuplets, all girls! They want the girls names to be in alphabetical order, not necessarily ABCDEF, but (for example) ADHMQZ. None of the first or middle names should start with the same letter. The middle names should go in opposite alphabetical order (so the combos could be: AZ, DW, MS ect.) and all mean one of these options (so kid A's middle name could mean Hope, while B's middle name means light, they don't have to be the same, they just have to come from one of these options): hope, light, love, kindness. They are an unreligious family and don't want any of the names to have obvious religious connections (ie. Mary), but names that aren't completely religious are fine (ie. Lydia).