Ellis Claudia Williams
Parents would like their baby girl's first name to be European in origin (e.g. French, Italian, Scandinavian) however it should not begin with D,F, H, K, P, Z or begin with a vowel, and should be exactly two syllables. The middle name should have the meaning "beautiful" whilst the third name should a flower name that is 4 or more syllables. Last name is Wallace.
Mia Callista Amaryllis Wallace
LN: starts with "R"
Twins - unsure of sex still so you need to supply 3 sets (girl.girl or boy.boy or girl.boy): Aristocratic First name, 1st middle name named after one of the first 20 British members of the royal family in line for the throne, 2nd middle name a French name
Cicely Beatrice Manon R. & Bryony Louise Amandine R.
Cyril Henry Marius R. & Percy James Corentin R.
Ottilie Zara Isaline R. & Hamish Charles Gaetan R.
Eleanor "Nora" & Alexander "Alex" Curran are expecting their first child, a little girl. They would like her first name to be of Spanish origin, because Spain was where they honeymooned. Her middle name should be a tribute to Margaret, Nora's beloved grandmother who died just last year, but they do not wish to use the name Margaret as is.
Alana Marie Grace
Uhura and Patrick are expecting a boy and a girl. Uhura's parents were huge fans of Star Trek but she resents the geeky connotations her name has and doesn't want her children to have popular TV or film names. Patrick wants English sounding names which aren't too common but he wants to be able to mention his children to business colleagues without sounding too individual. Both agree that the twins should have more than one syllable names but Uhura is totally against alliteration within either twin's name or between both twins (so no Alice Annabel or Bill and Betty).
Elizabeth and Mark are expecting a boy. There heritage is English. They would like non-popular proper English or Welsh names.
Kaitlyn and James are expecting a girl. They would like a fn no longer than 7 letters and to be either familiar or slightly unusual, and a middle name that starts with the letter S. They can't use the names Seraphina, Sarah or Siobhan because James has cousins with those names.
For their new baby, Charlie and Sylvia would like an equally wacky name as their existing children Louisiana June "Louie", Isabeau Blake "Bo" & Amaryllis Liv "Mara". To maintain harmony within the sibset they would like the first name, either gender, to be 3 or more syllables long and if possible contain the letters "is" (cannot be matchy, as Artemis or Isadora would be). It should also allow the opportunity for a cute nickname. The middle should be one syllable and outside the US top 100.
Wisteria Dawn "Teri"
Augustine Joel "Gus"
Fred and Wilma are expecting twin boys. They do not want matchy twin names. They love rustic vintage names. They want first name, and 2 middle name sand their last name is Robinson.
Archibald Cyrus Walter Robinson "Archie"
Theodore Alfred Henry Robinson "Theo"
Maya and Lev Novak are expecting their fourth and fifth children, boy/girl twins. They have a penchant for unusual, mystical-sounding names, as demonstrated in the names of their three older children- Calypso Eve, Areli Maxim and Altalune Greer- and would like both the babies' first names to begin with either L, D or H, but do not want to double up on initials. The middle names should be more commonly heard than the first names, and be of Hebrew origin to honour Maya's Israeli heritage.
Helios Joshua and Della Rachael OR Daedalus Zion and Latanya Jaden (that was so hard!)
Alyssa and Thomas are having their third daughter. Their older daughters are Rowan Emilia and Marlowe Scarlett. They would like this third daughter's name to also be a unisex first name followed my a girly middle name. If possible, they would prefer it end with a different sound to their older daughters names, but still fit nicely. Maybe containing the similar letters (a, r, w, o). Also, it should not start with R or M and the middle name should not start with E or S.