Names Searched Right Now:
Page 1 of 7 1 2 3 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 5 of 33
  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Posts
    601

    Cheaper by the (International) Dozen

    They come cheaper by the dozen, especially when around the world!
    (Please note I know nothing about adoption - this is just for fun

    You (_____) and your husband (_____) decide you're going to adopt 12 children. First, you go the normal way. You find an adoption center out in San Francisco, California, and are notified of a 5-month-old baby girl waiting for you, who surprisingly, is yet unnamed. You name her:______.

    About a year and a half later, you decide to go with China. There's an adoption center in Bejing that says they have a 2 year old girl, Mei. She doesn't have a middle name. You decide to keep her name, Mei, as a first or middle name. Her full name is _____.

    Your eccentric uncle has been bugging you for some time about Finland, and to get him off your back, you file with an adoption center in Helsinki. Right away they have a boy on hand, aged 18 months, Petri. Everyone at the center calls him Pete. You figure you should keep Petri or Pete in his name, either as a first or middle. His full name is ____.

    Within three years, you find yourself in Australia. This agency gives you a call even before the baby girl is born. You are able to meet with the mother beforehand. You also get to pick the first name, but the mother has insisted on Ruby as a middle name. Her full name ends up being _______.

    A friend recommends to you an adoption agency in St. Petersburg, Russia. Within a few months, there is an 18-month-old boy named Fedya. You feel Fedya is a bit girly for a boy, so you decide to put it as a middle. This boy's full name is______.

    About a year later, you take a vacation with your husband to the Middle East for missionary work. You find a two-year-old orphan there by the name of Sarai. The appropriate paper work is filed, and you get to take her home. Your husband adores the name Sarai, and insists on keeping it as a first name, but giving you power over the middle. Her full name is _______.

    While you were in the Middle East, there was a call from a center in northern England. They have an 8-month-old boy, who, lucky for you, is as yet unnamed. His name is ________.

    About 2 years later, your husband and you can't decide on where to go next: France or Spain. You decide on Andorra, a little country in the Pyrenees. The orphanage begs you to take Lise, an eight year old girl who will probably never get adopted this old. Of course you accept. It would be cruel to change her first name, but she does not have a middle name. You let her choose her middle name, and she chooses something very French. Her full name is ________.

    The next place you go is Ireland, and like Australia, you get to know the mother. She says she likes Keira, and since it is going to be a girl, she asks that it be in there somewhere. You end up naming her _____.

    You rather liked adopting an older child, so when you file in Romania about 2 years later, you ask for someone above the age of four. Almost immediately, they find you a nine year old girl, Elisabeta. Again, you keep Elisabeta as a first, and let her choose her middle name. She doesn't know what to choose, so you pick something generic. Her full name is ______.

    When you file in Canada a year later, you also ask for someone above four. You end up with a four year old named Keith. Your husband hates the name Keith, and as Keith is a very go-with-the-flow four year old, you decide to put Keith in the middle. His full name ends up being ________.

    Finally, you round off the set three years later with a nine-month-old girl from Greece. Her first name is very Greek, but you rather like the sound of it, so you keep it as a first. Her full name is ______.

    Now you are the proud parents of:
    American: ____ _____ (17)
    Chinese: ____ _____ (16)
    Finnish: ____ _____ (14)
    Andorran: Lise _____ (12)
    Australian: ____ Ruby (11)
    Romanian: Elisabeta _____ (11)
    Russian: ____ Fedya (9)
    Middle Eastern: Sarai _____ (8)
    English: ____ _____ (6)
    Canadian: ____ Keith (5)
    Irish: ____ _____ (4)
    Greek: ____ _____ (1)
    Proud author of Kissimmee, Orlando, Mary, Adam, Mississippi, Micah, Georgette, Evelyn, Diane, Millicent, Maybeline, Prudence and so many many more

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Posts
    601
    You (Philippa Grace) and your husband (Kenneth Walter) decide you're going to adopt 12 children. First, you go the normal way. You find an adoption center out in San Francisco, California, and are notified of a 5-month-old baby girl waiting for you, who surprisingly, is yet unnamed. You name her: Bethany Kate.

    About a year and a half later, you decide to go with China. There's an adoption center in Bejing that says they have a 2 year old girl, Mei. She doesn't have a middle name. You decide to keep her name, Mei, as a first or middle name. Her full name is Mei Seraphina.

    Your eccentric uncle has been bugging you for some time about Finland, and to get him off your back, you file with an adoption center in Helsinki. Right away they have a boy on hand, aged 18 months, Petri. Everyone at the center calls him Pete. You figure you should keep Petri or Pete in his name, either as a first or middle. His full name is Micah Pete.

    Within three years, you find yourself in Australia. This agency gives you a call even before the baby girl is born. You are able to meet with the mother beforehand. You also get to pick the first name, but the mother has insisted on Ruby as a middle name. Her full name ends up being Laura Ruby.

    A friend recommends to you an adoption agency in St. Petersburg, Russia. Within a few months, there is an 18-month-old boy named Fedya. You feel Fedya is a bit girly for a boy, so you decide to put it as a middle. This boy's full name is Caleb Fedya.

    About a year later, you take a vacation with your husband to the Middle East for missionary work. You find a two-year-old orphan there by the name of Sarai. The appropriate paper work is filed, and you get to take her home. Your husband adores the name Sarai, and insists on keeping it as a first name, but giving you power over the middle. Her full name is Sarai Persephone.

    While you were in the Middle East, there was a call from a center in northern England. They have an 8-month-old boy, who, lucky for you, is as yet unnamed. His name is Joshua Edmund.

    About 2 years later, your husband and you can't decide on where to go next: France or Spain. You decide on Andorra, a little country in the Pyrenees. The orphanage begs you to take Lise, an eight year old girl who will probably never get adopted this old. Of course you accept. It would be cruel to change her first name, but she does not have a middle name. You let her choose her middle name, and she chooses something very French. Her full name is Lise Therese.

    The next place you go is Ireland, and like Australia, you get to know the mother. She says she likes Keira, and since it is going to be a girl, she asks that it be in there somewhere. You end up naming her Keira May.

    You rather liked adopting an older child, so when you file in Romania about 2 years later, you ask for someone above the age of four. Almost immediately, they find you a nine year old girl, Elisabeta. Again, you keep Elisabeta as a first, and let her choose her middle name. She doesn't know what to choose, so you pick something generic. Her full name is Elisabeta Catherine.

    When you file in Canada a year later, you also ask for someone above four. You end up with a four year old named Keith. Your husband hates the name Keith, and as Keith is a very go-with-the-flow four year old, you decide to put Keith in the middle. His full name ends up being Josiah Keith.

    Finally, you round off the set three years later with a nine-month-old girl from Greece. Her first name is very Greek, but you rather like the sound of it, so you keep it as a first. Her full name is Chryssa June.

    Now you are the proud parents of:
    American: Bethany Kate (17)
    Chinese: Mei Seraphina (16)
    Finnish: Micah Pete (14)
    Andorran: Lise Therese (12)
    Australian: Laura Ruby (11)
    Romanian: Elisabeta Catherine (11)
    Russian: Caleb Fedya (9)
    Middle Eastern: Sarai Persephone (8)
    English: Joshua Edmund (6)
    Canadian: Josiah Keith (5)
    Irish: Keira May (4)
    Greek: Chryssa June (1)
    Proud author of Kissimmee, Orlando, Mary, Adam, Mississippi, Micah, Georgette, Evelyn, Diane, Millicent, Maybeline, Prudence and so many many more

  3. #5
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Posts
    4,081
    Cheaper by the (International) Dozen
    They come cheaper by the dozen, especially when around the world!
    (Please note I know nothing about adoption - this is just for fun

    You Anne Nicole and your husband Edward Jack decide you're going to adopt 12 children. First, you go the normal way. You find an adoption center out in San Francisco, California, and are notified of a 5-month-old baby girl waiting for you, who surprisingly, is yet unnamed. You name her: Vivienne Hope.

    About a year and a half later, you decide to go with China. There's an adoption center in Bejing that says they have a 2 year old girl, Mei. She doesn't have a middle name. You decide to keep her name, Mei, as a first or middle name. Her full name is Mei Bronte.

    Your eccentric uncle has been bugging you for some time about Finland, and to get him off your back, you file with an adoption center in Helsinki. Right away they have a boy on hand, aged 18 months, Petri. Everyone at the center calls him Pete. You figure you should keep Petri or Pete in his name, either as a first or middle. His full name is Pete Alexander.

    Within three years, you find yourself in Australia. This agency gives you a call even before the baby girl is born. You are able to meet with the mother beforehand. You also get to pick the first name, but the mother has insisted on Ruby as a middle name. Her full name ends up being Boheme Ruby.

    A friend recommends to you an adoption agency in St. Petersburg, Russia. Within a few months, there is an 18-month-old boy named Fedya. You feel Fedya is a bit girly for a boy, so you decide to put it as a middle. This boy's full name is Ivan Fedya.

    About a year later, you take a vacation with your husband to the Middle East for missionary work. You find a two-year-old orphan there by the name of Sarai. The appropriate paper work is filed, and you get to take her home. Your husband adores the name Sarai, and insists on keeping it as a first name, but giving you power over the middle. Her full name is Sarai Mathilda.

    While you were in the Middle East, there was a call from a center in northern England. They have an 8-month-old boy, who, lucky for you, is as yet unnamed. His name is Charles Louis.

    About 2 years later, your husband and you can't decide on where to go next: France or Spain. You decide on Andorra, a little country in the Pyrenees. The orphanage begs you to take Lise, an eight year old girl who will probably never get adopted this old. Of course you accept. It would be cruel to change her first name, but she does not have a middle name. You let her choose her middle name, and she chooses something very French. Her full name is Lise Josephine.

    The next place you go is Ireland, and like Australia, you get to know the mother. She says she likes Keira, and since it is going to be a girl, she asks that it be in there somewhere. You end up naming her Allison Keira.

    You rather liked adopting an older child, so when you file in Romania about 2 years later, you ask for someone above the age of four. Almost immediately, they find you a nine year old girl, Elisabeta. Again, you keep Elisabeta as a first, and let her choose her middle name. She doesn't know what to choose, so you pick something generic. Her full name is Elisabeta Alexandra.

    When you file in Canada a year later, you also ask for someone above four. You end up with a four year old named Keith. Your husband hates the name Keith, and as Keith is a very go-with-the-flow four year old, you decide to put Keith in the middle. His full name ends up being Noah Keith.

    Finally, you round off the set three years later with a nine-month-old girl from Greece. Her first name is very Greek, but you rather like the sound of it, so you keep it as a first. Her full name is Parascovia Chanel.

    Now you are the proud parents of:
    American: Vivienne Hope "Viena" (17)
    Chinese: Mei Bronte "Mayte" (16)
    Finnish: Pete Alexander "Pete" (14)
    Andorran: Lise Josephine "Lisie" (12)
    Australian: Boheme Ruby "Bo" (11)
    Romanian: Elisabeta Alexandra "Eliza"(11)
    Russian: Ivan Fedya "Vanya" (9)
    Middle Eastern: Sarai Mathilda "Sara" (8)
    English: Charles Louis "Chuck" (6)
    Canadian: Noah Keith "Noah" (5)
    Irish: Allison Keira "Ali" (4)
    Greek: Parascovia Chanel "Pasha" (1)
    Girls: Neva, Hope, Katherine, Harlow, Vivienne, Florence, Grace, Nalha, Primrose, Arabella, Isla.

    Boys: Nicholas, Luke, Stephen, Leon, John, William, Henry, Victor, Fredrich, Rainer, Simon, Felix.

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    Posts
    113
    You (ISOBEL MARLENE) and your husband (DORIAN CHARLES) decide you're going to adopt 12 children. First, you go the normal way. You find an adoption center out in San Francisco, California, and are notified of a 5-month-old baby girl waiting for you, who surprisingly, is yet unnamed. You name her: CLEMENCY PLUM.

    About a year and a half later, you decide to go with China. There's an adoption center in Bejing that says they have a 2 year old girl, Mei. She doesn't have a middle name. You decide to keep her name, Mei, as a first or middle name. Her full name is ARIA MEI.

    Your eccentric uncle has been bugging you for some time about Finland, and to get him off your back, you file with an adoption center in Helsinki. Right away they have a boy on hand, aged 18 months, Petri. Everyone at the center calls him Pete. You figure you should keep Petri or Pete in his name, either as a first or middle. His full name is TOBIAS PETRI.

    Within three years, you find yourself in Australia. This agency gives you a call even before the baby girl is born. You are able to meet with the mother beforehand. You also get to pick the first name, but the mother has insisted on Ruby as a middle name. Her full name ends up being DAPHNE RUBY.

    A friend recommends to you an adoption agency in St. Petersburg, Russia. Within a few months, there is an 18-month-old boy named Fedya. You feel Fedya is a bit girly for a boy, so you decide to put it as a middle. This boy's full name is CASPAR FEDYA.

    About a year later, you take a vacation with your husband to the Middle East for missionary work. You find a two-year-old orphan there by the name of Sarai. The appropriate paper work is filed, and you get to take her home. Your husband adores the name Sarai, and insists on keeping it as a first name, but giving you power over the middle. Her full name is SARAI KATHARINE.

    While you were in the Middle East, there was a call from a center in northern England. They have an 8-month-old boy, who, lucky for you, is as yet unnamed. His name is LEANDER THEO.

    About 2 years later, your husband and you can't decide on where to go next: France or Spain. You decide on Andorra, a little country in the Pyrenees. The orphanage begs you to take Lise, an eight year old girl who will probably never get adopted this old. Of course you accept. It would be cruel to change her first name, but she does not have a middle name. You let her choose her middle name, and she chooses something very French. Her full name is LISE ALIÉNOR.

    The next place you go is Ireland, and like Australia, you get to know the mother. She says she likes Keira, and since it is going to be a girl, she asks that it be in there somewhere. You end up naming her EMMELINE KEIRA.

    You rather liked adopting an older child, so when you file in Romania about 2 years later, you ask for someone above the age of four. Almost immediately, they find you a nine year old girl, Elisabeta. Again, you keep Elisabeta as a first, and let her choose her middle name. She doesn't know what to choose, so you pick something generic. Her full name is ELISABETA SOPHIE.

    When you file in Canada a year later, you also ask for someone above four. You end up with a four year old named Keith. Your husband hates the name Keith, and as Keith is a very go-with-the-flow four year old, you decide to put Keith in the middle. His full name ends up being TRISTAN KEITH.

    Finally, you round off the set three years later with a nine-month-old girl from Greece. Her first name is very Greek, but you rather like the sound of it, so you keep it as a first. Her full name is AMALTHEA JULIET.

    Now you are the proud parents of:
    American: Clemency Plum (17)
    Chinese: Aria Mei (16)
    Finnish: Tobia Petri (14)
    Andorran: Lise Aliénor (12)
    Australian: Daphne Ruby (11)
    Romanian: Elisabeta Sophie (11)
    Russian: Caspar Fedya (9)
    Middle Eastern: Sarai Katharine (8)
    English: Leander Theo (6)
    Canadian: Tristan Keith (5)
    Irish: Emmeline Keira (4)
    Greek: Amalthea Juliet (1)

  5. #9
    You (Anna Katheryn) and your husband (James Curtis) decide you're going to adopt 12 children. First, you go the normal way. You find an adoption center out in San Francisco, California, and are notified of a 5-month-old baby girl waiting for you, who surprisingly, is yet unnamed. You name her: Auria Belle.

    About a year and a half later, you decide to go with China. There's an adoption center in Bejing that says they have a 2 year old girl, Mei. She doesn't have a middle name. You decide to keep her name, Mei, as a first or middle name. Her full name is Katya Mei.

    Your eccentric uncle has been bugging you for some time about Finland, and to get him off your back, you file with an adoption center in Helsinki. Right away they have a boy on hand, aged 18 months, Petri. Everyone at the center calls him Pete. You figure you should keep Petri or Pete in his name, either as a first or middle. His full name is Rowan Petri.

    Within three years, you find yourself in Australia. This agency gives you a call even before the baby girl is born. You are able to meet with the mother beforehand. You also get to pick the first name, but the mother has insisted on Ruby as a middle name. Her full name ends up being Maylin Ruby.

    A friend recommends to you an adoption agency in St. Petersburg, Russia. Within a few months, there is an 18-month-old boy named Fedya. You feel Fedya is a bit girly for a boy, so you decide to put it as a middle. This boy's full name is Carter Fedya.

    About a year later, you take a vacation with your husband to the Middle East for missionary work. You find a two-year-old orphan there by the name of Sarai. The appropriate paper work is filed, and you get to take her home. Your husband adores the name Sarai, and insists on keeping it as a first name, but giving you power over the middle. Her full name is Sarai Renee.

    While you were in the Middle East, there was a call from a center in northern England. They have an 8-month-old boy, who, lucky for you, is as yet unnamed. His name is Micah Asher.

    About 2 years later, your husband and you can't decide on where to go next: France or Spain. You decide on Andorra, a little country in the Pyrenees. The orphanage begs you to take Lise, an eight year old girl who will probably never get adopted this old. Of course you accept. It would be cruel to change her first name, but she does not have a middle name. You let her choose her middle name, and she chooses something very French. Her full name is Lise Brielle.

    The next place you go is Ireland, and like Australia, you get to know the mother. She says she likes Keira, and since it is going to be a girl, she asks that it be in there somewhere. You end up naming her Kiera Emme.

    You rather liked adopting an older child, so when you file in Romania about 2 years later, you ask for someone above the age of four. Almost immediately, they find you a nine year old girl, Elisabeta. Again, you keep Elisabeta as a first, and let her choose her middle name. She doesn't know what to choose, so you pick something generic. Her full name is Elisabeta Marie.

    When you file in Canada a year later, you also ask for someone above four. You end up with a four year old named Keith. Your husband hates the name Keith, and as Keith is a very go-with-the-flow four year old, you decide to put Keith in the middle. His full name ends up being Tobias Keith.

    Finally, you round off the set three years later with a nine-month-old girl from Greece. Her first name is very Greek, but you rather like the sound of it, so you keep it as a first. Her full name is Calypso Rose.

    Now you are the proud parents of:
    American: Auria Belle (17)
    Chinese: Katya Mei(16)
    Finnish: Rowan Petri (14)
    Andorran: Lise Brielle (12)
    Australian: Maylin Ruby (11)
    Romanian: Elisabeta Marie(11)
    Russian: Carter Fedya (9)
    Middle Eastern: Sarai Renee(8)
    English: Micah Asher(6)
    Canadian: Tobias Keith (5)
    Irish: Kiera Emme(4)
    Greek: Calypso Rose (1)
    Mother of Avalon Jude and Keziah Lin

    Girls: Mila, Poppy, Auria, Mavis, Junia, Allara, Anastasia, and Rhys
    Boys: Asher, Hudson, Carter and Bryce

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •