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  1. #1
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    Twin Girls #7 and #8 difficult naming challenge!!! Help!

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    First off, I love the connection with Rhianna and Shannon, and that they're next to each other in the alphabet.

    Now, for middle names so far I have in mind:
    Gabrielle or Gabriella
    Charlotte, Charlize or Carlotta
    Henrietta
    Theodora
    Shayna or Shana which is pronounced the same
    Jean, Jane, or Joan
    Frederica
    Francesca or Frances
    Georgia, Georgina or Georgiana

    As for firsts, with no E, M, N, R, S:
    Ava
    Alana
    Olive
    Liesel
    Audrey
    Catherine or Katherine
    Caterina or Katerina
    Anna or Anya
    Lucy
    Amelia or Amalia
    Kelly
    Abigail
    Hanna
    Hazel
    Holly
    Brenda
    Brenna
    Fiona
    Alice

    I really like the idea of:
    Wendy and Alice - as both are Disney female protagonists who deal with travels to fantasy worlds.
    Wendy and Brenda - as both share the -end- lettering with out being obvious. Both names also end with vowel sounds (dee and dah)


    Wendy and Alice are my favourite, some combo ideas with them are:
    Wendy Francesca and Alice Charlotte
    Wendy Charlotte and Alice Gabrielle

    Hope this helps!
    Laurel - 21 - Toronto





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    Thank you! I have been obsessing about this all night and day... and I think I came up with something that will work!

    Wendy Eleanor Ruth
    Beverly Dea Annette

    Whew! Not 100% sure, but I don't think I can do any better. :P By the way, Ruth is a family name and has significant meaning for me, and Dea is a very innocent and feminine character in a novel. Wendy is just an awesome and capable name, similar in strength to Beverly. Eleanor and Annette are favorites that round them out to sound more romantic/poetic. I hope my husband decides to be easygoing about it! (an I figure that Eleanor could be masculinized in Leanardo, Dea could be Dean... I'm doing that so the next generation has some masculine family names they can use for their sons).

    So, what do you all think?

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