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  1. #1
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    Sibling name to go with Lydia and Nathaniel?

    We are expecting our third child. We don't know the sex, so we are looking for boy and girl names. We currently have a Lydia Rose and a Nathaniel Christian (Nate). Any ideas on names that go well with these?

    Some possibilities:
    Claire
    Elizabeth
    Tessa
    Eliza
    Andrew
    Adam
    Samuel
    Last edited by zwattk; July 14th, 2014 at 07:30 PM.

  2. #3
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    You have some great choices here!

    For girls Claire, Elizabeth, Tessa, and Eliza are all beautiful. Tessa is one of my favorite names of all time. Just super-sweet. I think Elizabeth has the best sibset flow of the four, and Eliza is the least flawy. Other names I like for your set is Anna, Rachel, Amelia, or Grace.

    For boys, Andrew, Adam, and Samuel are also great names. I really love the name Samuel. Adam is nice, but I have bad associations with Andrew (although it's a fine name). All of them sound great as a sibset. Other choice could be Benjamin, Simon, Joel, or Stephen.

  3. #5
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    All of your possible names are great; I love Elizabeth and Samuel!

    Some other suggestions:
    Margaret
    Anastasia
    Bridget
    Madeline
    Charlotte
    Adelaide

    Thomas
    Gabriel
    Patrick
    William
    Sebastian
    Timothy
    Tobias
    Jeremiah

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  5. #9
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    My first thoughts for girls was Bridget, Margot and Alice. For a boy I thought Josiah, or something with a similar feel.
    From your list I like Tessa and Samuel best.
    20 yr old name nerd, nanny & health and nutrition undergrad

    Loving for the ladies: Harriet, Olive, Daphne and Frances
    And for the gentlemen: Peter, Charles and Beau (much harder than girls for me)

    In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer -Albert Camus

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