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  1. #291
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    Nora and Oscar silverstien are a Wholistic couple who are expecting two girls. they love nature and word names but want a name under 8 letters. The middles cannot have four sylables and cannot start with the letter G or H.

    Clover Margaret Silverstein
    Hazel Miranda Silverstein




    Suzanne "Suzie" and Henry "Harry" Lloyd are 36 and 37 years old, respectively. They have two children already, Rebekah Silver and Harrison Slate, who are 11 and 8 years old. Suzanne's current pregnancy was unplanned, and what they thought were girl twins turned out to be G/G/B triplets! What a whammy! Suzanne's middle name is Rose, and Harry's is Auburn, and they've decided all of their children must have color words as middle names. They like classic, easily recognized first names, but nothing too popular, and so prefer names in the Top 200-300 range for the previous couple of years. They don't like alliteration - neither firsts nor middles can begin with L, and would prefer the firsts to have two or three syllables to balance out "Lloyd." Name those G/G/B triplets!

  2. #293
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    Alison Scarlet/Miranda Violet/Elliott Grey

    Jeffrey & Natalie Banks just found out that they will be adding a son to their family. They are parents to daughters Jordan Alexis & Avery Wynn. They are looking for a unisex name that leans more toward "boy" paired with a strong masculine middle.

  3. #295
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    Drew Vincent


    Hannah and James are expecting twins, a boy and a girl. They want both first names to be special and unique, but also short, preferably two syllables, and a bit cutesy. They have ruled out every name that fell in the top 500 baby names for 2012. For middle names, they would like to go to more uncommon classic names. Both names must go nicely with big sister Kinsie Mabel.
    Always changing!

    Aiden - Bailey - Brady - Brooks - Charlie - Christopher - Declan - Finn - James - Jonah - Julian - Lachlan - Leland "Lee" - Miller - Milo - Riley - Ronan

    Amelie - Charlie/Charlotte - Ellie - Eleanor(a) - Elowen - Emma - Evie - Juliette - Lilah - Lily - Maeve - Maisie - Olive - Sadie

    Current love(s): Aveline, Harper, Hattie, Rose


  4. #297
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    Cannon Rhett & Lylah Alice.

    Chelsea and Clayton are expecting twin boys! They already have three kids, Brandon Reid, Autumn Grace, and Graham Leo. The new boy's names should be common, but not too popular. They should also clearly be distinguished as boys names. For middle names, they should be something simple, kind of like a "filler" name.

  5. #299
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    Hunter James and Owen David

    Lulu and Henry are expecting triplet boys, brother for their 4-year-old daughter Ziv Amabelle. They would like three more first names that sound punchy and modern, and don't want the boys to share initials with anyone in the family (ruling out L, H and Z) or each other. Two of the boys' names should be two-syllable, the other should be one-syllable, and all three should be as unusual as Ziv. Their middle names should balance out the 'edginess' of their first names, by sounding calm and strong, but once again don't want names that are too common.

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