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  1. #36
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    Dec 2011
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    Portland
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    Once school starts back up, you’re struggling. You begin missing classes because you don’t have the money to pay someone to watch your twins. Finally, your mom makes the big move to be closer to your school. Now you and your best friend are living with your mom and your little brothers. You’re somewhat humiliated because you’re 20 years old and living at home, but your circumstance is different than most others. And you need the help. Your brothers are only 14 and 11, so they’re at school during the day. You, your mom, and your friend have worked out your schedules so that between the three of you, someone’s always home to watch the babies. With the amazing help of your mom and your friend, you’re able to graduate college on schedule. And what’s even better, You were able to do it with your best friend at your side. Your dream is to move back to California and begin your career, but how are you to do that with two 3 year olds? Your mom suggests that you try contacting your father & maybe he’ll be able to help you out. So you give him a call and he says he’ll be more than happy to help you out. He’s more than willing to babysit your twins for the day and is ecstatic that you’re willing to let him back into your life and into the life of your children. So at the ripe age of 22, you move to California. You’ve found yourself a decent 2 bedroom apartment that your dad will help you pay for (he’s always been quite well-off). You immediately begin looking for a job. You find one quickly and you love it. You meet a nice male co-worker and realize that the two of you are often found at the same social gatherings. The two of you begin dating and although you like him, it just doesn’t feel right. You want to break it off, but aren’t sure how, you’ve never had to do this before. One night, while at dinner with your boyfriend, a man walks up to your table. You look up and drop your drink. It’s your ex! He says it’s nice to see you and that he just wanted to say hi. You’re speechless, but you manage to introduce him to your boyfriend. Your ex then politely excuses himself and leaves. You excuse yourself, telling your boyfriend you have to use the restroom, but instead you run after your ex. When you catch up with him, he immediately kisses you and tells you he misses you. He wants to start over with you and you quickly agree. The next day, you easily end the relationship with your boyfriend and you’re officially back with your ex. You introduce him to your twins. They fall in love with him, which is easy because he quickly picks up the fatherly role for them. You then introduce him to you father. He starts hanging out with your dad a lot. One day, the four of you are headed to your dad’s house for a small backyard family BBQ. When you get there, you’re shocked to see your sister and your best friend. Before you can wonder why they came, your boyfriend is down on his knee. You quickly accept. Your best friend tells you she always knew this day would come. And 6 months later, the two of you are husband and wife. The two of you buy your first house together in California.

    What does your house look like? (roll)
    1. http://www.architectinterior.net/wp-...lifornia_1.jpg

    What does your engagement ring look like? (roll)
    5. http://dreamengagementrings.com/wp-c...nt-rings-2.jpg

    Where do you get married? (roll)
    2. Traditionally in a church

    What does your wedding dress look like? (roll)
    3. http://image.dhgate.com/upload/20101...4124272564.jpg

    Where does he take you on your honeymoon? Paris

    After your honeymoon, you realize you’re pregnant. Your husband is fervently ecstatic. The two of you begin preparing the twins for the new baby. You have to explain to them that this baby is going to look a little different than them, since your twins are bi-racial. By the time your twins are 5, the baby is born.

    What are your twins mixed with (this is mostly for people who like to add pictures)? (roll)
    3. Caucasian & Hispanic

    Roll the dice:
    Gender, first name, & middle name:
    5. Boy � http://nameberry.com/list/64/Two-Syllable-Baby-Names

    What’s your baby’s full name? Isaac Thomas Marlow
    Boys: William Thomas | James Malcolm | Elias Christian | Vincent Theo | Joshua Benedict
    Girls: Alice Genevieve | Miranda Yvaine | Ivy Arabella | Clara Josephine | Celia Arianwyn
    Guilty Pleasures: Eglantine | Oisín | Zipporah | Étienne | Mitzi | Lidewij

  2. #38
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  3. #40
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    Jul 2012
    Posts
    170
    Storylines 2 & 5
    The four of you have graduated high school. You�re all 18 & have college to look forward to. Except it�s community college for each of you. Your cousin goes for a couple months, but drops out. It�s too hard with a 2 year old and an 8 year old (she got custody of her little brother when she turned 18). You notice that she seems to be getting more and more depressed. You offer to stay home with the kids, so her and her boyfriend can go out for dinner. That same night, you decide to take a pregnancy test because you�ve been feeling queasy. It comes out positive and you�re excited to tell your cousin when she gets home. You put the kids down for sleep and your boyfriend goes to bed. You stay up waiting to tell your cousin the news, but it�s 2am now. It�s not like them to stay out this late. Then you get a call from your mother. Your cousin and her boyfriend where hit by a drunk driver and killed instantly. That means that you are now the legal guardian of your 8 year old cousin, but what about your cousin�s child? Your mom tells you that it�s going to be difficult, but that the toddler will stay in his/her home (meaning with you and your boyfriend) until it�s all sorted out, officially. After months and months of court dates, it�s agreed upon that you will be the guardian of your cousin�s 2 year old. If you are unable to care for the child, he/she would then be placed in the care of your boyfriend�s parents (who are also the toddler�s grandparents). You�re glad that this has all been settled because you�re now 3 months pregnant and ready to relax. You drop out of college and stay home with the kids all day. Your little cousin has school during the day, but as soon as he gets home, you like to help him with his homework and then prepare dinner. At one of your checkups, it�s determined that you�re carrying triplets! What are you and your boyfriend to do? He immediately drops out of school and gets a full time job to start saving up. You turn 19 and give birth to your babies. Your 18 year old sister immediately moves in to help you out with the babies, as well as the other two kids living in your house.


    Genders & first names:
    6. 3 girls - http://nameberry.com/list/240/Ancient-Names-for-Girls


    Middle names:
    Even: http://nameberry.com/list/20/Antique...or-Restoration


    What genders do you have?
    Baby 1: Girl
    Baby 2: Girl
    Baby 3: Girl

    What are their full names (they�ll have your boyfriend�s last name)?
    Baby 1: Hilaria Cora Marinos
    Baby 2: Juno Cecilia Marinos
    Baby 3: Lucilla Cordelia *Lucy*
    Pruod sister to:

    Annika, Europe, Dawn and Blue


    Favourite names:


    Shiloh, Savannah, Summer, Sarah, Juliette, Erin and Tayla

    Wyatt, Noah, Jesse, Tristan, Brody, Nicholas and Carter

  4. #42
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Posts
    318
    Triplets: b/b/g- Vivien Alexa Havel, Tyler Ashton Havel, Wilson Abner Havel
    Name Addict

  5. #44
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    Apr 2009
    Posts
    892
    Storylines 2 & 5
    The four of you have graduated high school. You're all 18 & have college to look forward to. Except it's community college for each of you. Your cousin goes for a couple months, but drops out. It's too hard with a 2 year old and an 8 year old (she got custody of her little brother when she turned 18). You notice that she seems to be getting more and more depressed. You offer to stay home with the kids, so her and her boyfriend can go out for dinner. That same night, you decide to take a pregnancy test because you've been feeling queasy. It comes out positive and you're excited to tell your cousin when she gets home. You put the kids down for sleep and your boyfriend goes to bed. You stay up waiting to tell your cousin the news, but it's 2am now. It's not like them to stay out this late. Then you get a call from your mother. Your cousin and her boyfriend where hit by a drunk driver and killed instantly. That means that you are now the legal guardian of your 8 year old cousin, but what about your cousin's child? Your mom tells you that it's going to be difficult, but that the toddler will stay in her home (meaning with you and your boyfriend) until it's all sorted out, officially. After months and months of court dates, it's agreed upon that you will be the guardian of your cousin's 2 year old. If you are unable to care for the child, she would then be placed in the care of your boyfriend's parents (who are also the toddler's grandparents). You're glad that this has all been settled because you're now 3 months pregnant and ready to relax. You drop out of college and stay home with the kids all day. Your little cousin has school during the day, but as soon as he gets home, you like to help him with his homework and then prepare dinner. At one of your checkups, it's determined that you're carrying triplets! What are you and your boyfriend to do? He immediately drops out of school and gets a full time job to start saving up. You turn 19 and give birth to your babies. Your 18 year old sister immediately moves in to help you out with the babies, as well as the other two kids living in your house.

    Roll the dice:
    Genders & first names:
    2. 2 boys, 1 girl


    Baby 1: Carter Judah Katsaros
    Baby 2: Jackson Atticus Katsaros
    Baby 3: Grace Emmeline Katsaros

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