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  1. #16
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    I've "decided" that I'll be having four children: two boys and two girls. Their names are ever-changing, but today they would be:
    Hugo Carlisle Frederick
    Edmund Cameron Simes & Daisy Helena Catherine (twins)
    Matilda Penelope Gretel
    I'm twenty with a furbaby named Frederick

    * Beatrix * Clementine * Penelope * Cecilia * Margo *

    * Theodore * Hugo * Edmund * Felix * Lysander *

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    Well, the names I would actually use are in my signature (yes, my dream family generally consists of nine children), so repeating them seems... boring. So, I'll give you my way GP family : )

    Prosper September, Perpetua October (twins)
    Evertrue June
    Makepeace August

    I know it's very theme-y, but heck, I may as well go all out : )

    Scottish GP family:

    Alasdair
    Ewan
    Fife
    Mary

    Irish:

    Lorcan
    Padraic
    Brighid
    Mary

    French:

    Drury
    Clark
    Violette
    Zoé
    Last edited by chrisco; September 19th, 2013 at 01:00 AM.
    Raphael Benedict-Charles Igantius-Jude Sebastian-Eli Augustine-Samuel Damian

    Lucia Marguerite-Genevieve Ophelia-Maura Francesca

    Charlotte-Freya-Elisabet-Haidée-Afton-Ishmael-Matthias-Farrow-Crispin-Percy

  3. #20
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    Dreaming of the day when I have three kids; Sebastian, Matisse, and Natalie

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  5. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by ameliawilliams View Post
    Imogen Lark
    Clementine Blythe
    Agatha Jane
    Philo Scott
    Beau Noble
    Asa Prosper

    And the perfect surname would be Nightshade.

    *swoon*
    I love that set! Have Clementine on my list too, love Scott, Jane, Blythe and lark as well. I knew a prosser (was it prossor? Can't remember) and loved his name, which reminds reminds me of prosper. That last name is perfect for them all too! (I remember a last name thread from long ago, didn't contribute to it but I think about ideal last names a lot!)

    Ok here goes...
    When I'm on my welsh/Scottish/irish kick (or having the feeling of those origins), I imagine:
    Fiona, Dean, Elizabeth (I tried to get bf on board with elspeth but he thinks it's atrocious), and something boyish with a Mac in it (from my surname, to use as a nickname). Maybe Thatcher if I want to go the surname route some more. Or Theodore. But then I don't know about Fiona and Theo together.

    French feeling? Then it's Simone, Ondine, Eloise, Theodore again (don't know if he actually fits here). I like that all have an o in them and end in e.

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