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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Name the Babies, R1 G1 (dramagrl19)

    Same rules as the others. I'll post 6 families and you name them with the criteria given. Best name wins and will be posted with the next round. So here goes...

    1) The Silverberg Family
    Jessica Mary and Nathan Charles are expecting their first child, a boy. The first name cannot start in J, S, or N and needs to be an unusual Biblical choice. The middle must be one syllable long and honor Grandpa Robert in a subtle way.
    DS:

    2) The Vaughn Family
    Martha Anne and Joshua Michael are expecting their first child, and it's a girl. The first name must be an unusual flower name, NOT in the US top 500 and needs to be at least 2 syllables long. The middle name must be an obscure classic.
    DD:

    3) The Muñoz Family
    Araceli Maria and Juan Miguel are expecting twins, a boy and a girl. Their first names CANNOT start with the same letter and need to be about the same length. It must reflect their Spanish roots. The middle name will balance out the first, being a traditional American name.
    DS/DD:

    4) The Pettit Family
    Matthew Alexander and Ericka Jade are expecting their first child, a boy. His first name must be that of a figure in either Greek or Roman mythology. The middle name needs to be a virtually never used name but needs to flow well with the first.
    DS:

    5) The Farmer Family
    Jennifer Danielle and Robert James are expecting their first child, a girl. Her first name must be a name that isn't too popular, but has a very rich and meaningful history behind it. The middle must be an all around "crowd pleaser".
    DD:

    6) The Garnett Family
    Carolyn Mae and Quentin Nathaniel are expecting triplets, two boys and a girl. The first names can't start with the same letter or sound too much alike, but need to be related in some way, no matter how subtle it is. The middles need to be popular nature names.
    DS/DS/DD:

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    1) The Silverberg Family
    Jessica Mary and Nathan Charles are expecting their first child, a boy. The first name cannot start in J, S, or N and needs to be an unusual Biblical choice. The middle must be one syllable long and honor Grandpa Robert in a subtle way.
    DS: Elijah Rob (nb)

    2) The Vaughn Family
    Martha Anne and Joshua Michael are expecting their first child, and it's a girl. The first name must be an unusual flower name, NOT in the US top 500 and needs to be at least 2 syllables long. The middle name must be an obscure classic.
    DD: Calla Emmeline (nb)

    3) The Muñoz Family
    Araceli Maria and Juan Miguel are expecting twins, a boy and a girl. Their first names CANNOT start with the same letter and need to be about the same length. It must reflect their Spanish roots. The middle name will balance out the first, being a traditional American name.
    DS/DD: Javier Thomas / Raquel Louise (nb)

    4) The Pettit Family
    Matthew Alexander and Ericka Jade are expecting their first child, a boy. His first name must be that of a figure in either Greek or Roman mythology. The middle name needs to be a virtually never used name but needs to flow well with the first.
    DS: Evander Mikael (nb)

    5) The Farmer Family
    Jennifer Danielle and Robert James are expecting their first child, a girl. Her first name must be a name that isn't too popular, but has a very rich and meaningful history behind it. The middle must be an all around "crowd pleaser".
    DD: Aurelia Grace (nb)

    6) The Garnett Family
    Carolyn Mae and Quentin Nathaniel are expecting triplets, two boys and a girl. The first names can't start with the same letter or sound too much alike, but need to be related in some way, no matter how subtle it is. The middles need to be popular nature names.
    DS/DS/DD: Andrew Forrest / Ethan River / Gabriella Rose (nb) (all first names mean strong)
    *~~Savanna Marie, Aria Kathleen, Scarlett Ann, Genevieve Leigh, Emery Lucille~~*

    *~~Zachary James, Nicholas Robert, Theodore John, Daniel Joshua, Benjamin Oliver~~*

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    1) The Silverberg Family
    Jessica Mary and Nathan Charles are expecting their first child, a boy. The first name cannot start in J, S, or N and needs to be an unusual Biblical choice. The middle must be one syllable long and honor Grandpa Robert in a subtle way.
    DS: Boaz Ross

    2) The Vaughn Family
    Martha Anne and Joshua Michael are expecting their first child, and it's a girl. The first name must be an unusual flower name, NOT in the US top 500 and needs to be at least 2 syllables long. The middle name must be an obscure classic.
    DD: Calla Marjorie

    3) The Muñoz Family
    Araceli Maria and Juan Miguel are expecting twins, a boy and a girl. Their first names CANNOT start with the same letter and need to be about the same length. It must reflect their Spanish roots. The middle name will balance out the first, being a traditional American name.
    DS/DD: Joaquin Samuel & Marisol Ava

    4) The Pettit Family
    Matthew Alexander and Ericka Jade are expecting their first child, a boy. His first name must be that of a figure in either Greek or Roman mythology. The middle name needs to be a virtually never used name but needs to flow well with the first.
    DS: Icarus Jathan

    5) The Farmer Family
    Jennifer Danielle and Robert James are expecting their first child, a girl. Her first name must be a name that isn't too popular, but has a very rich and meaningful history behind it. The middle must be an all around "crowd pleaser".
    DD: Freya Rose

    6) The Garnett Family
    Carolyn Mae and Quentin Nathaniel are expecting triplets, two boys and a girl. The first names can't start with the same letter or sound too much alike, but need to be related in some way, no matter how subtle it is. The middles need to be popular nature names.
    DS/DS/DD: Grant River, Hayes Forest & Monroe Lily (presidents)

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    1) The Silverberg Family
    Jessica Mary and Nathan Charles are expecting their first child, a boy. The first name cannot start in J, S, or N and needs to be an unusual Biblical choice. The middle must be one syllable long and honor Grandpa Robert in a subtle way.
    DS: Ezra Row Silverberg

    2) The Vaughn Family
    Martha Anne and Joshua Michael are expecting their first child, and it's a girl. The first name must be an unusual flower name, NOT in the US top 500 and needs to be at least 2 syllables long. The middle name must be an obscure classic.
    DD: Calla Marguerite Vaughn

    3) The Muñoz Family
    Araceli Maria and Juan Miguel are expecting twins, a boy and a girl. Their first names CANNOT start with the same letter and need to be about the same length. It must reflect their Spanish roots. The middle name will balance out the first, being a traditional American name.
    DS/DD: Vicente Matthew Munoz and Perla Elizabeth Munoz

    4) The Pettit Family
    Matthew Alexander and Ericka Jade are expecting their first child, a boy. His first name must be that of a figure in either Greek or Roman mythology. The middle name needs to be a virtually never used name but needs to flow well with the first.
    DS: Perseus Bodhi Pettit "Percy"

    5) The Farmer Family
    Jennifer Danielle and Robert James are expecting their first child, a girl. Her first name must be a name that isn't too popular, but has a very rich and meaningful history behind it. The middle must be an all around "crowd pleaser".
    DD: Jemima Eve Farmer
    (Jennifer and Robert met in a diner that Jen worked in. She ran into him with a plate of pancakes, and after she helped clean him up, he asked her on a date. They wanted the name to be indirectly related to the diner or pancakes, and decided on Jemima, after Aunt Jemimas Syrup!)

    6) The Garnett Family
    Carolyn Mae and Quentin Nathaniel are expecting triplets, two boys and a girl. The first names can't start with the same letter or sound too much alike, but need to be related in some way, no matter how subtle it is. The middles need to be popular nature names.
    DS/DS/DD: Harrison River Garnett, Maxwell Forrest Garnett, and Eleanor Lily Garnett (All from Beatles songs)

  5. #9
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    1) The Silverberg Family
    Jessica Mary and Nathan Charles are expecting their first child, a boy. The first name cannot start in J, S, or N and needs to be an unusual Biblical choice. The middle must be one syllable long and honor Grandpa Robert in a subtle way.
    DS: Moses Bear

    2) The Vaughn Family
    Martha Anne and Joshua Michael are expecting their first child, and it's a girl. The first name must be an unusual flower name, NOT in the US top 500 and needs to be at least 2 syllables long. The middle name must be an obscure classic.
    DD: Poppy Dorothea

    3) The Muñoz Family
    Araceli Maria and Juan Miguel are expecting twins, a boy and a girl. Their first names CANNOT start with the same letter and need to be about the same length. It must reflect their Spanish roots. The middle name will balance out the first, being a traditional American name.
    DS/DD: Mateo Christopher & Isabel Jane

    4) The Pettit Family
    Matthew Alexander and Ericka Jade are expecting their first child, a boy. His first name must be that of a figure in either Greek or Roman mythology. The middle name needs to be a virtually never used name but needs to flow well with the first.
    DS: Orion Sergeant

    5) The Farmer Family
    Jennifer Danielle and Robert James are expecting their first child, a girl. Her first name must be a name that isn't too popular, but has a very rich and meaningful history behind it. The middle must be an all around "crowd pleaser".
    DD: Alice Kate

    6) The Garnett Family
    Carolyn Mae and Quentin Nathaniel are expecting triplets, two boys and a girl. The first names can't start with the same letter or sound too much alike, but need to be related in some way, no matter how subtle it is. The middles need to be popular nature names.
    DS/DS/DD: Edward Wolf, James River & Mary Willow (British Royals )
    * James * Henry * Baker * Ronan * Harry * Rhys * Shepard *
    * Maisie * Beatrice * Sadie * Violet * Zoey * Mary * Caroline * Juniper *

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