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August 28th, 2013 06:02 PM #1Member
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NO ideas - Twins
I am pregnant with twins - yay! We don't know the sexes yet, but do know that they are identical. We'd like to have the names picked out fairly early, as our DS didn't have a name until a couple hours after he was born!
We are TOTALLY stuck on boys names. However, if they are boys, their middle names will be Allen and Michael. We would like their first names to coordinate, but not be too matchy matchy.
DS is Owen Thomas. Last name rhymes with Hood
August 28th, 2013 07:35 PM #3Senior Member
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Here is a few suggestions to coordinate your boys names....switching initials....
Alexander Michael and Matthew Allen...Alex and Matt.
Andrew Michael and Maximus Allen.
Names with similar meanings...
Bennet, Edmund, Jedidiah, and Wyn all mean blessed
Bennet Allen and Edmund Michael
Jedidiah Allen and Bennet Michael (Ben and Jed)
Asher and Felix both mean happy
Asher Michael and Felix Allen
Blake and Finley both mean fair
Blake Allen and Finley Michael
Leonard and Harding mean brave
Leonard Allen and Harding Michael
Cyrus and Samson both mean sun.
Cyrus Michael and Samson Allen
Kane and Wyatt, both mean warrior( Owen also means warrior!)
Kane Allen and Wyatt Michael
Gavin and Ronan mean little
Gavin Allen and Ronan Michael
Colton and Sullivan mean dark
Colton Allen and Sullivan Michael
Nathaniel, Theodore and Matthew/Matthias all mean gift of God...
Nathaniel and Matthew
Names that are known connections...
Huck and Finn (I think this would be adorable!)Maybe too matchy....
Perhaps Huckleberry and Finley? Or Hawthorne and Finnegan? (Hawk and Finn?
You could use names like Hawk, Foxx, and Wolf.
Lennon and Hendrix
Kane and Abel
Thor and Zeus
Elijah and Joel both contain the Hebrew names for God...
Names that are made from same letters
Aldon and Donald
Aldo and Landon
Lucas and Claus
Leon and Noel (pronounced like Noll or No-el)
Titus and Malachi (Ty and Kai?)
Leviticus and Titus (Levi and Ty?)
Rufus and Zedekiah
Benjamin and Samuel
David and Issac
Perhaps two names with same initial but different sounds and/or different initial nick names
Oliver Michael and Otto Allen
Andrew Michael and Alexander Allen...(Lex and Drew)
Sutton Michael and Sawyer Allen
Hawthorne and Thatcher
Tripp and Puck
August 28th, 2013 07:40 PM #5Senior Member
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August 28th, 2013 07:51 PM #7
So many choices...
I like the old time grandpa name trend, names like:
But if you want something a bit more classic and less antique-sounding, here are a few suggestions:
Some trendy choices that might go well with Owen:
August 28th, 2013 07:58 PM #9
I'm thinking something that starts with a vowel for both twins, in keeping with Owen. Perhaps:
If making it all match is not a concern, how about something classic like:
Or something trendy, but not too unconventional: