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  1. #1
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    Twin name list CAF

    Use http://www.ssa.gov/OACT/babynames/twins.html and http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/reso...s/dice/six.htm

    You ______ and your husband ______ are newly married, and pretty soon after your honeymoon you start to develop pregnancy symptoms. You go to the doctors who tells you it's twins. In shock, you ask to find out the genders.

    1 or 2: Two girls
    3 or 4: Two boys
    5 or 6: One of each

    Stuck for names, you decide to take your house number as guidance and pick the corresponding number off the social security twins list. (If you live at a number higher than 50, take off 50 until you get to a number below it. So 85 would become #35 on the list) You choose the middle names.

    Four years later, and you're enjoying having a ready-made family, when you fall pregnant again. You don't expect it to be twins again but it is. You decide to let your children pick the middle names, one each - after all, it's good to start naming early. This time, you decide to take 1950 from the year you were born to determine the number (so 1990 would be #40 - if you were born in 2001+ take 2000 away) from the list.

    1 or 4: One of each
    2 or 5: Two boys
    3 or 6: Two girls

    It's tough with two sets of twins - birthdays are a nightmare - and only a year after the youngest set are born, you're expecting once more. Convinced it's twins, you pick out names for each combination using the year you graduated high school as a basis, again removing 1950 or 2000. But when you go to the hospital, there's only one baby. So you decide to use the two names from the list as a first/middle combination.

    1, 2 or 3: A boy
    4, 5 or 6: A girl


    You and your husband are more than happy with your five children.

    Note: if a combo comes up with a name you've already used in it, or you get the same number for the same list twice, move down the list until you reach one without the names already used in it.
    Last edited by essjay; May 5th, 2013 at 11:43 AM.

    Anna Katherine * Lydia Ellen * Zoe Madeleine * Phoebe ___ * Imogen ___ * Emilia ___
    Samuel * Thomas * Charlie * Reuben * Oliver * George


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    You Jessica Eve Reid and your husband Gregory Simon Reid are newly married, and pretty soon after your honeymoon you start to develop pregnancy symptoms. You go to the doctors who tells you it's twins. In shock, you ask to find out the genders.

    3: Two boys

    Stuck for names, you decide to take your house number as guidance and pick the corresponding number off the social security twins list. (If you live at a number higher than 50, take off 50 until you get to a number below it. So 85 would become #35 on the list) You choose the middle names.

    #40 - Logan Christopher and Mason Oliver

    Four years later, and you're enjoying having a ready-made family, when you fall pregnant again. You don't expect it to be twins again but it is. You decide to let your children pick the middle names, one each - after all, it's good to start naming early. This time, you decide to take 1950 from the year you were born to determine the number (so 1990 would be #40 - if you were born in 2001+ take 2000 away) from the list.

    2: Two boys

    #42 - Nicholas Robert and Noah Thomas

    It's tough with two sets of twins - birthdays are a nightmare - and only a year after the youngest set are born, you're expecting once more. Convinced it's twins, you pick out names for each combination using the year you graduated high school as a basis, again removing 1950 or 2000. But when you go to the hospital, there's only one baby. So you decide to use the two names from the list as a first/middle combination.


    4: A girl - Abigail Olivia


    You and your husband are more than happy with your five children.

    Jess and Greg with Logan, Mason, Nico, Noah and Abby.

    Anna Katherine * Lydia Ellen * Zoe Madeleine * Phoebe ___ * Imogen ___ * Emilia ___
    Samuel * Thomas * Charlie * Reuben * Oliver * George


  3. #5
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    You, Madelyn Rose, and your husband Samuel John are newly married, and pretty soon after your honeymoon you start to develop pregnancy symptoms. You go to the doctors who tells you it's twins. In shock, you ask to find out the genders.
    3 or 4: Two boys

    Stuck for names, you decide to take your house number as guidance and pick the corresponding number off the social security twins list. (If you live at a number higher than 50, take off 50 until you get to a number below it. So 85 would become #35 on the list) You choose the middle names.
    Nicholas Caleb and Noah Jonathan

    Four years later, and you're enjoying having a ready-made family, when you fall pregnant again. You don't expect it to be twins again but it is. You decide to let your children pick the middle names, one each - after all, it's good to start naming early. This time, you decide to take 1950 from the year you were born to determine the number (so 1990 would be #40 - if you were born in 2001+ take 2000 away) from the list.

    1 or 4: One of each
    Zachary John and Abigail Reese

    It's tough with two sets of twins - birthdays are a nightmare - and only a year after the youngest set are born, you're expecting once more. Convinced it's twins, you pick out names for each combination using the year you graduated high school as a basis, again removing 1950 or 2000. But when you go to the hospital, there's only one baby. So you decide to use the two names from the list as a first/middle combination.
    4, 5 or 6: A girl, Isabella Olivia


    You and your husband are more than happy with your five children.

    Note: if a combo comes up with a name you've already used in it, or you get the same number for the same list twice, move down the list until you reach one without the names already used in it.
    Madison, 14-year-old name nerd! My style is all over the place, my favorites change all the time.

    Boys: David, Eric, Finlay, George, James, Jude, Lee, Michael, Paul, Richard, Rory.

    Girls: Emmanuelle, Frederica, Jayne, Juliet, Lauren, Mary, Molly, Nora, Raffaela, Stella.

  4. #7
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    You, Grace Mary Holden and your husband Henry James Holden are newly married, and pretty soon after your honeymoon you start to develop pregnancy symptoms. You go to the doctors who tells you it's twins. In shock, you ask to find out the genders.

    5 or 6: One of each

    Stuck for names, you decide to take your house number as guidance and pick the corresponding number off the social security twins list. (If you live at a number higher than 50, take off 50 until you get to a number below it. So 85 would become #35 on the list) You choose the middle names.

    Emma Catherine and Jacob John
    Emmy and Jacob

    Four years later, and you're enjoying having a ready-made family, when you fall pregnant again. You don't expect it to be twins again but it is. You decide to let your children pick the middle names, one each - after all, it's good to start naming early. This time, you decide to take 1950 from the year you were born to determine the number (so 1990 would be #40 - if you were born in 2001+ take 2000 away) from the list.

    3 or 6: Two girls
    Gabriella Anne and Sophia Claire
    Ellie and Sophi

    It's tough with two sets of twins - birthdays are a nightmare - and only a year after the youngest set are born, you're expecting once more. Convinced it's twins, you pick out names for each combination using the year you graduated high school as a basis, again removing 1950 or 2000. But when you go to the hospital, there's only one baby. So you decide to use the two names from the list as a first/middle combination.

    (I haven't graduated high school yet so I chose the year I graduated middle school.
    Ava Mia


    You and your husband are more than happy with your five children.

    Emmy, Jacob, Ellie, Sophi, Ava

  5. #9
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    You, Ella Marina Hadley and your husband Robert Mark Hadley are newly married, and pretty soon after your honeymoon you start to develop pregnancy symptoms. You go to the doctors who tells you it's twins. In shock, you ask to find out the genders.

    2: Two girls

    Stuck for names, you decide to take your house number as guidance and pick the corresponding number off the social security twins list. (If you live at a number higher than 50, take off 50 until you get to a number below it. So 85 would become #35 on the list) You choose the middle names.

    10: Abigail Amethyst "Gilly" Hadley and Olivia Saffron "Livvy" Hadley

    Four years later, and you're enjoying having a ready-made family, when you fall pregnant again. You don't expect it to be twins again but it is. You decide to let your children pick the middle names, one each - after all, it's good to start naming early. This time, you decide to take 1950 from the year you were born to determine the number (so 1990 would be #40 - if you were born in 2001+ take 2000 away) from the list.

    6: Two girls
    1995: Ava Princess and Sophia Diamond

    It's tough with two sets of twins - birthdays are a nightmare - and only a year after the youngest set are born, you're expecting once more. Convinced it's twins, you pick out names for each combination using the year you graduated high school as a basis, again removing 1950 or 2000. But when you go to the hospital, there's only one baby. So you decide to use the two names from the list as a first/middle combination.

    3: A boy
    2014: John James "JJ" Hadley


    You and your husband are more than happy with your five children.

    Ella and Robert with Gilly, Livvy, Ava, Sophia and JJ
    Finian | Zephyr | Calix | Quill | Dashiell | Holden | Johnston | Scorpio | Tobias | Wesley
    Era | Lilias | Saffron |Verena | Amethyst | Leila | Indigo | Brielle | Tanaquil | Gemini

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