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  1. #351
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    Phoebe Emilia Betty & Nell Eva Charlotte (Both mean shining/radiant)

    Parents Laurie and Alistair and big brother Jones Christopher are about to welcome G/B/G triplets to the family. The girls' first names should be names typically used as filler middles, whilst the boy's first name should be a surname, like his brother, that is very rarely in use as a first. The middle names should be sourced from the following link but cannot be kr8tyv spellings http://nameberry.com/search/popular_names?page=10
    Last edited by minisia; July 9th, 2013 at 03:15 PM.

  2. #353
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    Grace Ingrid, May Everly and Foster Cassius

    Heidi and Piers Franco are about to welcome their third baby, a sibling for older sister Zelig Aurelia, 6, and brother Lior Damascus, 3. They would like an option for either gender as they have decided not to find out prior to the birth, and both should be as unusual as their older children's. The names should be connected to an important historical event in some way. The middle name should mean light or hope or have another positive meaning.

  3. #355
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    Boy: Kenelm Abner (9th century king)
    Girl: Haidee Aurora (Count of Monte Christo)
    This took a lot of digging, but it was fun and I discovered some new names!!

    Mr. and Mrs. York are a few days away from welcoming their first child, a girl. They only haven't decided on a name yet because they want it to honor all three of the child's grandmothers, Evelyn, Mary, and Mildred. They would like her to have one name that somehow connects to each grandma.

  4. #357
    Scarlet Maeve (Scarlet for the 'red' in Mildred and Ma for Mary Eve for Evelyn)

    Jennifer and Ryan Cooper are welcoming their third child and first daughter. They want a name that isn't super popular (like Jennifer) but still known and with an Irish flair like Ryan. Their sons are Ryan Aaron Jr and Rory Alexander and they would like to carry on the RA theme.
    They would like a middle name that is a place name.

  5. #359
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    Riley Adelaide

    Harlan and Barbara are preparing for the arriving of B/G twins. They are already parents to Quill Napoleon, Swan Antonia & Reef Orlando. The first name should be a highly unusual nature name no longer than one syllable. The middle should be a long name (preferably three or more syllables) that begins and ends with the same letter, but cannot start with O, A or N. The first also cannot start with Q, S or R.
    Last edited by minisia; July 10th, 2013 at 12:38 AM.

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