Garth & Trudi are having quints. They are having two sons and three daughters. Depending on the birth order the babies will be A.A., B.B., C.C., D.D., and E.E. Suggest names for either gender since the birth order is unknown. They prefer classic first names paired with slightly outlandish or exotic middles.
AA - Andrew Achilles or Alice Andromeda
BB - Benjamin Bramble or Bella Bumblebee
CC - Caleb Cloud or Celia Chrysanthemum
DD - Daniel or Danielle Dream
EE - Elliot or Elizabeth Epopee
Ari and Gudrun are expecting twins, a brother and sister for their 3-year-old daughter, Vigdis Ophelia. The family lives in Iceland, but the parents are lifelong lovers of English literature, especially Shakespeare. They would like traditional Icelandic/Old Norse first names and long, literary middle names for the twins. They would like each member of the family to have a different first initial, so the twins' names should not begin with A, G, or V, or with the same letter as each other.
Brandi and Bryant are expecting a son to accompany their two girls, Brianne Josefina and Brooklyn Manuela. The two would like to stick with the BR trend they have started and the middle name should be of Spanish origin.
Adam and Fiona Waverly are about to welcome their fourth child, a little sister for Ajax, Leon and Coco. They would like another four-letter name, that is quite edgy and/or hipster. No sibling initial sharing! Baby should have two middle names, one that is a reference to Greece, where Adam and Fiona met, and one that honours their favourite band (you decide which one).
Thea Adrienne Rose
(Thea is a four-letter name that doesn't share an initial with the sibs, Adrienne was a famous Greek princess and Rose is for Guns 'n' Roses)
Thomas and Lila are expecting their first children: boy and girl twins! Thomas is Irish and Lila is Cajun, so they want their children to have names that reflect one or both cultures (if one twin is Cajun, the other twin will be Irish), but still flow well together. Middle names are Catholic Saints names.
Donnelly Edward and Delphine Adelaide
(Donnelly is Irish, Delphine is Cajun, according to Wikipedia Adelaide and Edward were both catholic saints.)
Leila and Zachary are having girl-girl twins, and they want the first names to be three-syllables, with at least three nicknames. The names should be related only through a subtle theme. They want two middle names, and they should have one to reflect the majors of their parents (English and psychiatry) so one twin should have one related to one of the majors, and the other should have the one related to the other major. The other middle name should be related to the mothers and grandmothers, Elizabeth, Mary, Linda, and Penelope, but should not be directly one of them. All four must be honored.
Annabel Olivia Marybeth
Genevieve Amalia Penelinda
3 nicknames for Annabel: Anna, Bel, Annie / 3 nicknames for Genevieve: Gen, Neve, Eve
Subtle theme: Both very feminine names, no boy could wear them.
Olivia: connects to english major - Shakespeare is credited with creating this name.
Amalia: the name of Sigmund Freud's mother.
Marybeth: Combination of Elizabeth and Mary
Penelinda: Smush of Penelope and Linda
The Watson's are expecting triplets. Two girls and a boy. Their names MUST be old-fashioned and oozing the feel of Upper-Class British names. Two middles must be used and at least one name in every combination must have a connection to either history, mythology and literature. One name must feel ethereal, magical and one name in each combo must honour family members. The Watson's would like to honour a lot of people, so they would not mind if one of the middle names was hyphened. Honouring names are: William, Irene, Michael, Wendy, George, Ivy, Alfred, Gwendoline, John, Helen, Norman and Yvonne.
Gwendolyn Iris Normandie Watson - nn Gwen
Isadora Helena Yvonne Watson - nn Izzy
Maximilian Frederick Lysander Watson - nn Max
Joanna and Tobias Grisham are adopting a baby daughter from Guatemala. They have two older children: Freja Valentine, age 11, and Casper Elliot, age 6. They would like to find a name that goes well with their other children's names, while still honoring their new daughter's heritage.
Emily and Jonah are expecting a baby girl. The name must start with 'A' and be some combination of their own names.
A baby boy is expected. The name must sound regal and be full of history. It also must be mentioned somewhere in the works of Shakespeare.