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  1. #61
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    Jan 2013
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    Your name is Elizabeth and you are 22 years old, fresh out of college and working as a teacher. You are single and living on your own in Brisbane. That changes when you receive tragic news: a long-time friend of yours, Tabitha, and her husband, Thomas, are killed in a car accident. They leave behind a 5-year-old son and a 4-year-old daughter.

    SON: Elijah Keenan (blond hair and brown eyes)
    DAUGHTER: Willow Delilah (blonde hair and hazel eyes)

    Your friend's will stated she wanted you to have her kids, while her husband's will said that he wanted the kids to go to his best friend, Christian. He's 23 years old, single, working as a chef, and owns a house in the Sunshine Coast. You've known for the past three years as your friend's husband's friend, but you're not about to shrink away from the responsibility. Nor is he apparently, because he says he's more than willing to take full custody the kids. You say the two of you should work out some kind of custody agreement, such as he has the kids during the week and you could take them on weekends. But by sheer dumb luck--or a cruel twist of fate--a fire breaks out in your apartment building, nearly scorching your entire apartment, and you have no choice but to look for a new place to live. Christian asks if you would like to live with him and the kids. You say yes.

    HOUSE: http://image.shutterstock.com/displa...e-42390277.jpg

    You and Christian become friends while living together and looking after the kids. But then your friend's estranged mother, Henrietta, suddenly comes out of the woodwork to get custody of her grandchildren. Your friend grew up in foster homes and you know her mother is a drunk, which is why you and Christian have no intention of letting her have the kids. You hire the best lawyer you can find to help in the custody battle. Six months go by and the grandmother is still unrelenting and the judge for some reason seems to be favoring her. You and Christian feel as though your options are slowly running out until your lawyer offers an outrageous suggestion: the two of you get married!!! She says that the conservative judge would be more willing to hand the children over to a "normal American family" if the guardians were a legally married couple.

    You and Christian look at each other. You both love the kids and don't want to lose them. What choice do you have? You quickly make plans for the most convincing wedding.

    WEDDING: A traditional church wedding in the winter
    DRESS: http://www.bestbridalprices.com/imag...rge/411225.jpg
    RING: http://www.faycullen.com/Antique-Engagement-Rings/9665/
    WILLOW'S DRESS: http://www.houseofbrides.com/dessy-f...-77-52769.aspx

    Once you and Christian are legally married, the judge finally deems you both fit to be the guardians of Elijah and Willow. The kids are thrilled to be living with you without the fear of being sent away to the grandmother they barely know or into foster care. They are also given their own permanent bedrooms, which they design to their liking. Your husband also adds a playroom for them.

    ELIJAH'S BEDROOM: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/rom/romboy/
    WILLOW'S BEDROOM: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/rom/romgir/
    PLAYROOM: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/...romgirnthenv/?

    The kids are happy at home and are due to start school in the fall. You and Christian agree that this is to be a marriage in name only...or is it?

  2. #63
    Your name is Mallory Anna Cohen and you are 22 years old, fresh out of college and working as an aquarium curator. You are single and living on your own in Greeley, Colorado. That changes when you receive tragic news: a long-time friend of yours, Sadie Abigail Grant, and her husband, Ivan Jacob Grant, are killed in a car accident. They leave behind a 5-year-old son, Silas Colin, and a 4-year-old daughter, Eden Helena.

    Your friend's will stated she wanted you to have her kids, while her husband's will said that he wanted the kids to go to his best friend, Charles Edmond Collins, III "Charlie". He's 23 years old, single, working as a lawyer, and owns a house in Breckenridge, CO. You've known for the past three years as your friend's husband's friend, but you're not about to shrink away from the responsibility. Nor is he apparently, because he says he's more than willing to take full custody the kids. You say the two of you should work out some kind of custody agreement, such as he has the kids during the week and you could take them on weekends. But by sheer dumb luck--or a cruel twist of fate--a fire breaks out in your apartment building, nearly scorching your entire apartment, and you have no choice but to look for a new place to live. Charlie asks if you would like to live with him and the kids. You say yes.

    You and Charlie become friends while living together and looking after the kids. But then your Sadie's estranged mother, Linda Marie, suddenly comes out of the woodwork to get custody of her grandchildren. Your friend grew up in foster homes and you know her mother is a drunk, which is why you and Charlie have no intention of letting her have the kids. You hire the best lawyer you can find to help in the custody battle. Six months go by and the grandmother is still unrelenting and the judge for some reason seems to be favoring her. You and Charlie feel as though your options are slowly running out until your lawyer offers an outrageous suggestion: the two of you get married!!! She says that the conservative judge would be more willing to hand the children over to a "normal American family" if the guardians were a legally married couple.

    You and Charlie look at each other. You both love the kids and don't want to lose them. What choice do you have? You quickly make plans for the most convincing wedding.

    Once you and Charlie are legally married, the judge finally deems you both fit to be the guardians of Silas and Eden. The kids are thrilled to be living with you without the fear of being sent away to the grandmother they barely know or into foster care. They are also given their own permanent bedrooms, which they design to their liking. Your husband also adds a playroom for them.

    The kids are happy at home and are due to start school in the fall. You and (HUSBAND'S NAME) agree that this is to be a marriage in name only...or is it?

  3. #65
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    ***Correction- Husbands name is Bryant
    Shealah
    Teenberry, name loving girl.
    xo






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  4. #67
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    Jul 2013
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    Your name is Kasey and you are 22 years old, fresh out of college and working as a journalist. You are single and living on your own in Manhattan. That changes when you receive tragic news: a long-time friend of yours, Anna, and her husband, Leo, are killed in a car accident. They leave behind a 5-year-old son and a 4-year-old daughter.

    Son: Noah William (blond hair and blue eyes)
    Daughter: Charlotte Olivia (blonde hair and hazel eyes)

    Your friend's will stated she wanted you to have her kids, while her husband's will said that he wanted the kids to go to his best friend, Grant. He's 23 years old, single, working as a book store owner, and owns a house in Albany, NY. You've known for the past three years as your friend's husband's friend, but you're not about to shrink away from the responsibility. Nor is he apparently, because he says he's more than willing to take full custody the kids. You say the two of you should work out some kind of custody agreement, such as he has the kids during the week and you could take them on weekends. But by sheer dumb luck--or a cruel twist of fate--a fire breaks out in your apartment building, nearly scorching your entire apartment, and you have no choice but to look for a new place to live. Grant asks if you would like to live with him and the kids. You say yes.

    His home: http://www.visualphotos.com/photo/2x...2-17455041.jpg

    You and Grant become friends while living together and looking after the kids. But then your friend's estranged mother, Flora, suddenly comes out of the woodwork to get custody of her grandchildren. Your friend grew up in foster homes and you know her mother is a drunk, which is why you and Grant have no intention of letting her have the kids. You hire the best lawyer you can find to help in the custody battle. Six months go by and the grandmother is still unrelenting and the judge for some reason seems to be favoring her. You and Grant feel as though your options are slowly running out until your lawyer offers an outrageous suggestion: the two of you get married!!! She says that the conservative judge would be more willing to hand the children over to a "normal American family" if the guardians were a legally married couple.

    You and Grant look at each other. You both love the kids and don't want to lose them. What choice do you have? You quickly make plans for the most convincing wedding.

    A traditional church wedding in the winter, with:
    this dress - http://www.bestbridalprices.com/imag...rge/411110.jpg
    this ring - http://www.faycullen.com/_pics/800/h1025r4d/1.jpg
    this flower girl's dress - http://www.houseofbrides.com/dessy-f...-77-52769.aspx

    Once you and Grant are legally married, the judge finally deems you both fit to be the guardians of Noah and Charlotte. The kids are thrilled to be living with you without the fear of being sent away to the grandmother they barely know or into foster care. They are also given their own permanent bedrooms, which they design to their liking. Your husband also adds a playroom for them.

    Noah's bedroom: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/.../?cm_type=lnav
    Charlotte's bedroom: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/.../?cm_type=lnav
    Kid's playroom: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/...ply/romplyerc/

    The kids are happy at home and are due to start school in the fall. You and Grant agree that this is to be a marriage in name only...or is it?

  5. #69
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    Nov 2012
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    Your name is Daphne Araminta Blackwood and you are 22 years old, fresh out of college and working as a journalist. You are single and living on your own in Manhatan. That changes when you receive tragic news: a long-time friend of yours, Claire Astrid Preston, and her husband, Nathan Otto Preston, are killed in a car accident. They leave behind a 5-year-old son and a 4-year-old daughter.
    What is the boy's name? Roll the dice
    2: First & middle names from http://nameberry.com/list/129/If-You...You-Might-Love
    Boy's name: Ezra Nathan Preston
    Auburn hair, blue eyes.

    What is the girl's name? Roll the dice
    3: First & middle names from http://nameberry.com/list/401/Pretty-Girl-Names
    Girl's name: Lucia Belle Preston
    Blonde hair, hazel eyes.

    Your friend's will stated she wanted you to have her kids, while her husband's will said that he wanted the kids to go to his best friend, August Leonard Dean "Gus". He's 23 years old, single, working as a chef, and owns a house in Syracuse. You've known for the past three years as your friend's husband's friend, but you're not about to shrink away from the responsibility. Nor is he apparently, because he says he's more than willing to take full custody the kids. You say the two of you should work out some kind of custody agreement, such as he has the kids during the week and you could take them on weekends. But by sheer dumb luck--or a cruel twist of fate--a fire breaks out in your apartment building, nearly scorching your entire apartment, and you have no choice but to look for a new place to live. Gus asks if you would like to live with him and the kids. You say yes.

    What does his house look like? Roll the dice
    6: http://image.shutterstock.com/displa...f-39564319.jpg

    You and Gus become friends while living together and looking after the kids. But then your friend's estranged mother, Matilda Liliane Chow, suddenly comes out of the woodwork to get custody of her grandchildren. Your friend grew up in foster homes and you know her mother is a drunk, which is why you and Gus have no intention of letting her have the kids. You hire the best lawyer you can find to help in the custody battle. Six months go by and the grandmother is still unrelenting and the judge for some reason seems to be favoring her. You and Gus feel as though your options are slowly running out until your lawyer offers an outrageous suggestion: the two of you get married!!! She says that the conservative judge would be more willing to hand the children over to a "normal American family" if the guardians were a legally married couple.

    You and Gus look at each other. You both love the kids and don't want to lose them. What choice do you have? You quickly make plans for the most convincing wedding.

    What kind of wedding do you have? Roll the dice
    3 or 4: A rustic style wedding at a barn in the fall

    Daphne's wedding dress: http://www.bestbridalprices.com/imag...rge/411110.jpg

    Gus gives your his grandmother's ring as an engagement ring. What does it look like? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: http://www.faycullen.com/_pics/800/h1025r4d/1.jpg

    Lucia's dress: http://www.houseofbrides.com/dessy-f...-77-52771.aspx

    Once you and Gus are legally married, the judge finally deems you both fit to be the guardians of Ezra and Lucia. The kids are thrilled to be living with you without the fear of being sent away to the grandmother they barely know or into foster care. They are also given their own permanent bedrooms, which they design to their liking. Your husband also adds a playroom for them.

    Ezra's room: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/...boy/romboyblk/
    Lucia's room: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/.../?cm_type=lnav
    Their playroom: http://www.potterybarnkids.com/room/.../?cm_type=lnav

    The kids are happy at home and are due to start school in the fall. You and Gus agree that this is to be a marriage in name only...or is it?
    A 17 year old girl with a penchant for names (◡‿◡✿)
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