Valentina Lily & Melisande Olivia
Frank and Gabrielle are expecting twins, genders unknown. They would like the first names to begin with different letters but to phonetically alliterate (e.g. Phoebe & Freya, Charlotte & Sinead), and would like options for all gender outcomes, including BB, BG, GG. Middle names should begin with the same letter and have the same amount of syllables.
BB-Remus Hallan & Seamus Harlan
BG-Remus Hallan & Alexis Haide
GG-Alexis Haide & Carys Helen
Meredith and John are expecting twin boys and have a family tradition of 2 middle names. They would like their given names to start with different letters, both with the same number of syllables, inc. 1st middle name but would like the boys to share a 2nd middle name.
Lucas Henry John and Joseph Toby John
Camille-Louise Smyth is a single woman with no children, and no will to raise them. She is, however, a surrogate for a young woman who is unable to carry children past a certain point, Nora Heidke, and her fiancee Jake Borgas. Camille is also pregnant with twins. The future Heidke-Borgas children are girls, and must each have two middle names. Their first names must begin with the same letter, but they rest of it mustn't sound even remotely similar- for example, they would not like something such as Madison and Madeleine, or Taylor and Tahlia. The first twins first middle name must be after Nora's mother, Tilde, and the second twins first middle name must be after Jake's mother Helen. Their second middle names must both be after Camille in some way.
Emanuelle Mathilda Cameryn
and Elizabette Helena Milly
The Johnstons are expecting identical triplet girls.
They need to have two middle names. The first names need to be at least three syllables and share a meaning.
No 1's first middle needs to be a form of Elizabeth, No 2's first middle a form of Margaret, and No 3's first middle a form of Alexandra
All second middles have to be a one syllable virtue name.
Saskia Elsie Joy, Lucinda Greta Hope and Eleanor Sasha Grace
Juno and Felix are about to welcome their second child, a brother for Vesper Alice, 4. They would like their son to bear a name that reflects his parents' Scandinavian heritage, and relates to nature in some way. His middle name should stem from a literary classic.
Hilde and Bastiaan Meijer are expecting their second daughter. Just before the birth of their first daughter, Kinsley Anouk Haldis, they moved to America. To help their daughter fit in, they gave her what they thought was an "All-American" name- in reality, it was just something horribly trendy that fit in with the current craze. Her first middle name is dutch, and her second middle name is Norwegian to fit in with her parents heritage. Much like her big sister, their baby most have a grossly trendy first name, and one Dutch and one Norwegian middle name.
Lucy and Darius Fletcher are about to welcome their third and fourth children, a brother and sister for older siblings Clancy Rockford, 7, and Hattie Maeve, 5. They would like their new babies' names to share the -y/-ie ending, both relating in some way to a 20th century author, book or character, and the girl's name being a diminutive form of a longer name (like sister Hattie). Both of their middle names should have something to do with the animal kingdom without being too obvious.
Rosie Byrd (Rosie short for Rosalie, Rosalie from Twilight, Byrd is kind of obvious)
Benji Halcyon (Benji short for Benjamin, Benjamin from Charlie Bone series, Halcyon means "kingfisher bird")
Isabelle and James Edwards have one son already named Masen Liam. They are about to have twins-- one boy and one girl. They want the twins' names to be this: last letter of the middle name must be the first letter of the first name. The first name must be a common name spelled with one letter differently, like Masen. The middle name must have two or less vowels in it. There must be absolutely no y, x, z, or u at all in the name. Good luck pleasing the Edwards! :)