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  1. #681
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    Hector Elliott

    Joni and Arthur are expecting their first child. They would like a name for both a boy and a girl. The first name should be rare and after a figure from Ancient Rome. The middle name should be the first or last name of an Academy Award winning director.

  2. #683
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    Aurelia Ivory or Julius Wilder

    Louis and Fabienne Novak are expecting b/g twins, siblings for their daughters Billie Grail and Emmy Lux. They are keen to continue with this naming style, so the new babies must have first names that end in -ie/-y, and their middle names should be monosyllabic with positive connotations.

  3. #685
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    Abby Peace and Jamie Pax (pax means peace)

    Josephine and Adler are expecting a daughter. They already have children Elliot Xander and Adeline Cassia (Eli and Addie), and would like to continue with the naming style of having a formal name with a nickname and a more unique middle name (but not too out there!).
    Isla, Sadie, Neva, Thalia, Leora, Sylvia, Maeve, Flora, Aria & Tessa
    Noah, Henry, Ronan, Wyatt, August, Caleb, Grant, Charlie, Flynn & Alfie

  4. #687
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    Piper Antoinette "Pip"

    Lucien & Christine are expecting their third girl after twins Billie Azalea and Ripley Arizona. The new baby's name must follow suit with a boyish/unisex first name that has an "ie"/"y" sound at the end followed by girly middle that contains, but not does start with, the letter "z".

  5. #689
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    Ziggy Eliza

    Emmett and Orla Hayes are expecting their second child, a sister for older brother Noah Jericho. For their daughter they want a first name that relates to flowers but isn't too feminine or "frilly" sounding. Her middle name must honour her grandmothers, Joanna and Tess.

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