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July 29th, 2014 01:00 AM #56Senior Member
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July 29th, 2014 04:25 AM #58
Esparanza Hazel & Elowen Willow! But it might be a bit much I suppose. @ Saracita00 gets it.
I'm not pregnant or anything so this is all in theory, but my maternal grandmother had 4 sets of twins & they run strong on my paternal side as well. So I figure I better be prepared for anything! In reality Twin girls would pretty much be my worst nightmare.
Last edited by truenature; July 29th, 2014 at 04:28 AM.Azula "Zu" Rosemary
Indira "Indie" Coral
Planning ahead for our next additions
July 29th, 2014 06:57 PM #60
July 30th, 2014 11:39 AM #62
Ella and Emma. Commence weeping with me). Personally, I'd be much more likely to name twins Azula and Indira, as opposed to Esperanza and Elowen. So, it's hard for me to totally love them as a set, though objectively I can recognize that they are pretty cool as far as matching twin names go.
If I were going to be really nitpicky, I'd have to agree that Elowen Willow goes too far as a repeating-sound combo, just because there's nothing new in Willow that Elowen doesn't already have. Esperanza Hazel repeats the Z and the short-E, but nothing else. To do a matching twin set with Esperanza Hazel, I think I'd pull the long-O from Elowen which is the most notable internal sound. That is -- the O of Elowen corresponds to the Z of Esperanza, see what I mean? I'd suggest Elowen Magnolia to complete the set.
If I get time, I'll play with some more combos and, of course, keep the ideas coming on suggestions for other names.
P.S. My mom gave my 5-year-old a stuffed animal cat yesterday. She named it Zarina, inspired by the Tinkerbell movie. Haha!My March arrival:
We call her Daisy
in honor of my mom.
July 30th, 2014 01:04 PM #64Junior Member
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