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Thread: Picky Parents BNG
January 25th, 2014 06:15 PM #861Member
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Eloise and Peter Leroux are expecting their fourth child- a baby girl. Their newest addition will be joining older brothers Gunnar William, Slade Pascal and sister India Seraphine. They like first names that are edgy without being unheard of and middle names that are classic but unexpected. They don't like names that match, so no names starting with G, S or I or any names that share a similar sound.
Last edited by alberrypie; January 25th, 2014 at 06:24 PM.
January 25th, 2014 06:19 PM #863
Thalia and Abner are expecting their first kids, twins. For a boy: They love the name Charlie, but want something more unique. They also love Tobias, but don't want a name that starts with the same letter of either of their names. For a girl: They love Aria, but same problem as Tobias. They also love Emily, but wand something more unique (not a variation of Emily, just something with a similar feel but more unique). The middle names should honour their godparents Michaela Olivia and William Samuel.
Beatrice, Jane, Rosalie, Alexa, Eleanor, Imogen, Flora, Clara & Adeline
Gideon, Charlie, Sawyer, Flynn, Wyatt, Hugo, Henry & Lachlan
January 26th, 2014 12:38 AM #865
Elizabeth and William are expecting their surprise seventh child. They have two boys. They also have four girls and another will be thrown into the mix. Their siblings are in birth order:
Thomas Michael, Vivienne , Frederick James, Mackenna Taylor, Savannah Kathryn, Charlotte Madison. Find a name that works with these without using the first initials: E W T F M S C.
January 26th, 2014 01:44 AM #867Senior Member
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Lets try this again since I was ignored last time...
Claire and Andrew are expecting their first baby! Andrew comes from a huge family with all his sibilings having 'a' names so those are out. But sadly Claire is in lovee with a names... Come up with one that does not happen in Andrews family for the fn (so super uncommon or made up even). To balance it out, give the baby a more grounded mn. gender is your choice
January 26th, 2014 03:46 AM #869