Jeannie and Mike are laid-back parents who live in the backwoods of Georgia. They have three little girls called Nicosia Danielle, Aviana Jordan, and Augusta Claire. They are expecting twins: a boy and a girl. They would like the little girl to have a first name that is a place name - either an island or a capital city of someplace, and a fairly traditional but not overused middle name. The little boy should have a creative name that is a spin-off of one of the top ten boys' names (ex. not Jacob but Jacoby) and a unisex middle name.
Mace (Mason) Delaney
Sophia and Vicente live in San Francisco. They are expecting a baby boy. They would like his first name to be American in sound and origin, and his middle name to be Spanish in origin. They would prefer the names not start with the same letter or for the names to be too common. They adore unique names.
Cosima and Lucas are expecting their third child, a brother for Zora Maeve, 5, and Rumi Eloise, 3. They would like their son to also bear a four-letter, mysterious-sounding name. Both the girls have middle names that honour two family members: Maeve refers to Cosima's grandmothers, Maria and Eva, and Eloise refers to Lucas' grandmothers Elsie and Louise. As they are not planning to have any more children, they would like to give their son a middle name that pays respects to both sides of the family, and as Cosima never knew her father they have chosen to do this by melding Cosima's maiden name, De Roma, with Lucas' father's name, William.
Rose and Jamie are expecting a little girl. They're both raging gingers and she will likely have red hair, so they want a first name to suit a redhead. The middle name should be Shakespearean in origin.
Genevieve "Ginny" Cosette
Aliya and Hugo are expecting their first child, a little girl. They would somehow like to honour Hugo's father William in the baby's name since he just passed. They like english sounding names that are short and sweet. Also, they like very modern names, and prefer the name not to have entered the top 1000 no earlier than 2005, however it should still be a modern, recognizable name. For the middle name, they would like to honour Barbara, Katherine or Carol by mixing 2 or more of these names (however they hate the name Caroline).
Lucas and Faye are adopting a boy from China. They want a modern, trendy-sounding name that isn't popular yet. His first middle name must start with an 'L' and his second middle name must be Chinese and cannot start with a 'C'.
Archer Langley Ming
Jennifer and Michael are expecting BG twins. They've spent their whole lives having VERY popular names, so they would like their children to have names that are very recognizable, easy to spell, and won't cause their friends and family to question their sanity when they hear them! ;) Nothing too "matchy", but should go together. Jennifer is a bookworm, and Michael travels abroad. The names can reflect those hobbies, as long as they are still "accessible".
Harper Florence and Leo Boston (Harper Lee and Leo Tolstoy)
Isla and Will Castor are simultaneously expecting a baby son and adopting a toddler girl from India. For their daughter they would like a name that reflects her Indian heritage but that is fairly easy to spell and pronounce to a Western ear. Her middle name should be indirectly in honour of Isla's grandmother Margaret who sadly passed away before she was able to meet her first great-grandchildren. The Castor's son should have a name that goes well with his sister's and has a connection to nature. His middle name should be the surname of an inspirational figure, either modern-day or historically.
Kalinda Maisie and Larkin Tesla
Kelly and Ian are marine biologists expecting their first child. They've decided to wait to discover the gender, so they need a male and female option. They'd like the baby's name to be inspired by a marine animal and the body of water in which it lives. They don't mind if the first name is the animal and the middle is the water or vice versa.
Lilia Marjorie and Lance Harrison
Art and Marie are expecting their first child. They are in their 40s so this will be their only child. It is a boy. They want a name that will honor Art's first name Arthur without being Art or Arthur himself. They want the middle name to be named after Art's favorite hobby - woodworking.