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  1. #81
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    Jan 2013
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    Fletcher Odis Clark and Jacoby Leeson Clark

    Jenna and Flynn Thompson have been trying for years to get pregnant, but just couldn't do it, so they decided to go through a surrogate. Their surrogate, Natasha Jane Watson is pregnant with girl-girl twins. They would like for their first daughter's first name to be after a famous woman in classic literature (either the author or a character). Her first middle name is an uncommon virtue name. Her second middle name is after the surrogate's first name. Their second twin's first name is after a very feminine version of a very masculine name. Her first middle name is after a very uncommon flower, and her second middle name is after the surrogate's middle name.

  2. #83
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    Oct 2012
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    Luna Judith & Abigail Lyra (sorry waverly!)

    Elinor Clemency Asha & Theodora Magnolia June

    Xavier & Jacqueline are looking to expand their brood of four - Elwood Louis, Cecile Rose, Arlette Penelope & Homer Jack. The couple are drawn to names that radiate a cool, jazzy, if not outdated vibe, and as much as they love them, have already ruled out Claude, Eugenie, Clement, Clive, Audrey, Harlan & Calvin as they share the same first letter with their existing children. As they are yet to conceive, they are looking for both a boy and girl option. They would like to have a family name in the middle spot: David, Patrick, Sebastian, John, George, Vera, Stella, Ivy, Johanna, Olivia, Oona, Brigitte or Maya.

  3. #85
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    Rufus George or Dorothy Brigette

    Helena and Francis Jones are expecting their second child. They are already parents to a seven year old girl, Ava Penelope Rose. As much as they love their daughter's name, they are bothered by the popularity and would like a less common name for their baby boy or girl. If it is a boy, they would like a strong, biblical first name that is preferably not in the US top 100. The first middle name is to be Francis, Dominic, Louis, or Thomas. They would like to continue with a nature theme for the second middle name. If the baby is a girl, they would like a feminine, vintage name that is not too popular. The first middle name is to be a feminine variant of Francis, Dominic, Louis, or Thomas. The second middle name is to be a flower name. The first names should not start with a J (like their last name) or an A (like their daughter's name).

  4. #87
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    Gideon Dominic Wolf Jones OR Esme Frances Ivy Jones

    Ramona is in the midst of her first pregnancy. If a girl, she would like her baby to have a virtue name followed by rare, long, vintage middle. If a boy, she would like a name that references bravery or strength accompanied by, once again, a rare, long, vintage middle. The third given name regardless of sex must honour her mother Marguerite.
    Last edited by minisia; May 27th, 2013 at 07:38 AM.

  5. #89
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    Amity Clementine Marga and Leowy Thaddeus Margarito (Leowy is a nickname for Leopold or Leonard meaning 'brave person')

    Eleanor is having her 4th child. She already has 3 kids named Hugo Ephraim, Edward (Eddy) Arlo, and Aria Violet. She knows it's a girl, and would like something celestial. Also, she would like an old Hebrew name to honour her grandmother, Sheva Golde. She doesn't care which name is in which place as long as it sounds nice with her other kids names and flows well.
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