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Nature-themed - Dove & Dune
Unisex - Darcy
Hyper Masculine/Hyper Feminine - Dominic & Diana
Celebrity - Dolly & Dane
Invented - D'Lisa & Dafydd
Old-Fashioned - Dorthea & Douglas
From Another Language - Deirdre & Duncan
Dad likes the letter M and Mom is a botanist. What would they name twin girls, a boy, and another girl?
Twin girls: Willow Miranda & Wisteria Marlow
Boy: Cedar Maxwell
Girl: Dahlia Meredith
Dad is a preacher and likes everything in ABC order, mom likes occupational names. What woudl they name two boys, a girl, and twin boy & girl?
Group 1 - musicians
Group 4 - place names
Group 5 - nature
Nine!? Oh geez...Jane Margaret Lucy GeraldineOlive CarolineAlice KatherineElla JosephineRose ElizabethJohn Abram "Jack"Theodore James "Theo"William Byron "Will"
I prefer Amaya out of the two but with your set I like Alexa more.
For your girls I think that Dorothy, Winifred, and Mabel have the same vibe. Elizabeth has a different feel to me. I personally like Winifred and Dorothy with the nickname options of Winnie and Dottie.
For boys I think that Charles and Arthur are my favorites. I like Benjamin and Matthew too but they would most likely be shortened. Plus Charles and Arthur are my favorites because they're a little obsure but still a common name.
I think Gabrielle Alexis flows a lot better than Gabriella Alexis
My great grandmother was Maimie but it was possibly spelled Mamie; I like it as a nick name to Margaret. But I worry about the rhyming factor between Ann Eliz@beth who sometimes is called Annie. I was looking for the classic, minimalist, elegence with both Olive and Jane. Jane just oozes that Tudor feel though.
Byron and William are both family names, but lack that Tudor feel.
I feel so stuck on what I would pick for a third I like so many things about all of them!
Have you seen this page? http://www.britishbabynames.com/blog/2013/05/terrifically-tudor.htmlThere were some interesting finds on that one too. And that blog has some very interesting lists beyonnd the Tudor list.
I'm glad you caught Jasper as being the Tudor nod! William also comes from the family tree like Martin so I'm ok with it not being wholly Tudor. And while Anne Boleyn had an "e" my middle name and my aunt's name do not so it was a given that I'd drop the e. I'm sure Anne Boleyn didn't mind. I have a little sister named Mary Catherine so that combination was out for me even though I would love having another queen-princess name. And I've read that Kathryn Parr also went by Kate in a lot of instances.
I think Mathilda and Maisie sound like adorable sisters!!!
This was going to be my suggestion. I think it's a fair compromise if you can't get yourself on board with the tradition. But I do think out of all the letters M is going to be the easiest to find names that you love.
Oh that sounds awesome. I'm going to check it out!!
I love her name being Ann so much!!! It was my middle name and I pulled it as a filler mn and forced it into the spot light! I feel like if I have a girl I'd have to use another obscure name as the fn. I do like June, it's on my list as well, but Jane satisfies my Tudor monarch kick.
Before I read your post Clara Noelle came to my mind first!
Valentina is beautiful!!!! Heidi is also very cute. I don't know how to make your hormones not care about what people think. Go with your gut. If you love Valentina then do it!
Switch - Matthew OwenInitials - Christopher LawrenceChange FN - Byron HudsonChange MN - Benjamin AnthonyKeep - Elijah James
For me I'd have to name them names that would coordinate/compliment/follow a theme. The Ben and Brooke and Marissa messes me up because if you did two with the same intital why wouldn't you have just continued that theme??
Weston Fox sounds adorable! I think that Haven is my least fav.