I'm excited that Soleil Moon Frye is pregnant again!

Soleil Moon Frye's two daughters are named Poet Sienna Rose Goldberg and Jagger Joseph Blue Goldberg.  I can't wait to hear what she comes up with.   So far, it seems she has an occupation name, a common first name (for either gender!), a color name, then the surname.  She's due mid-February.

Anyone want to take a stab at some suggestions?

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By EVie
October 8, 2013 7:45 PM

No concrete guesses here, but Sienna is also a color. In fact, with the surname included, Poet has three colors in her name—Sienna Rose Gold-. So another color somewhere in there is probably a good bet. Silver? Violet? Indigo? Gray? Peach? Fuchsia?Chartreuse? (I have no idea).

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October 8, 2013 10:21 PM

Aubergine. Definitely Aubergine. (And hey, it bridges the gap between Rose and Blue!)

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October 8, 2013 11:32 PM

Hmmm.... 2 syllable first, 2-3 second, and 1 syllable color.

Well, other one syllable colors are: 

Gray/Grey, Jade, Lime, Pink, Plum, Puce, Roan, Rust, Sand, Sage, Wine

I'm gonna say Jade, Plum, or Sage. :-)

Can't guess on a first name since those are totally not my style. But I went looking (as I had assumed Jagger was a boy!) and oh my goodness. Gorgeous girls! Jagger looks just like her Mommy at that age! (I was a huge Punky Brewster fan)

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October 9, 2013 9:15 AM

Ooh sharalyns, you have some good color options here!

If I remember correctly from when Jagger was born, they were pretty convinced they were having a boy (though I don't think they found out via u/s, I think it was just a feeling), which is how Jagger Joseph Blue was chosen, and when they had a girl they liked the name so much they gave it to her anyway. Which makes it harder I think to guess what they might choose again -- on the one hand, Poet's name is pretty girly (the "Sienna Rose" part), so I'm thinking that, at least to start with, they had an idea of using a name that was more traditional for each gender ... this time then they might be a little more careful about having a boy-specific and girl-specific name picked out this time ... on the other hand, since they already went ahead and used their boy name for a girl, maybe this time they'll just choose one name that could go either way, in order to bridge the gap between Poet and Jagger's names and because they just like using whatever names they like regardless of gender.

If I were to try to pick a name that was neither too traditionally feminine nor too traditionally masculine, I think Grey/Gray, Roan, and Sage are great guesses for the color bit. I think the first name is totally up in the air -- Poet's not gender-specific, and though I would have guessed "boy" for a Jagger every single time, clearly that rule isn't a rule here either ... names that strike me as similar are Pilot, Booker, Story (though these last two too similar to Poet?), Sayer, Maverick, Sparrow. For the first middle, maybe something like Avery, Mason, Jameson -- names that are used for both boys and girls.

So .... Pilot Jameson Gray? I too am excited to see what they come up with!

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October 9, 2013 10:33 AM

I, not so secretly, think that the name Sawyer would be adorable on a little girl, but I THINK it's still mostly boy. I latched onto the notion when my husband and I were deep into our "Lost" obsession (although, admittedly, my obsession was more or less with Josh Holloway), but my husband hated the character Sawyer and is also one of those men who hates "boys names for girls" - he liked Charlotte until I gushed about Charlie for a nickname (insert eye roll here). So it wasn't meant to be for us, but for someone who has used Poet and Jagger for her girls, I think Sawyer would be adorable.

I'm interested to see what they come up with as well. For a celebrity baby name, I actually kind of like Poet's name. Jagger's is just too much boy for me. I could MAYBE get behind the name Jagger for a girl if the middle names were a little more girly.  

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October 9, 2013 9:13 PM

Oh... I was thinking Sawyer too! Although that might be to "matchy" with Jagger. I was also thinking maybe Thatcher, Fletcher, Bishop, or Shepherd.

I must admit I got a giggle thinking maybe Brewster would fit the bill. ;-)

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October 9, 2013 4:06 PM

I'm putting my money ($0.00) on Donor Hunter Carmine Goldberg.  

I love her names.  

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February 12, 2014 4:31 PM

I just read the baby's name: Lyric Sonny Roads Goldberg.

Whoever pointed out the pattern of 2-syllable first name, 2-3-syllable second, and 1-syllable third was right! But no colors included, which surprises me. 

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February 12, 2014 6:22 PM

Woohoo! Nailed the syllables! 

I must admit, that siblings Poet, Jagger, and Lyric make me think G-B-G in that order. :-)