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#1 Jenna_Lee

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Posted 16 January 2018 - 05:59 PM

The name themes have nothing to do with winter, I just wanted to use the season to having something to differentiate the topic name, haha. Enjoy!

 

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Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.

 

LN: Langley

 

DH: Simon Charles

DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)

 

DS:

 

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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.

 

LN: Edwards
 

DH: Isaac Samuel

DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard) 

 

DD:

 

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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.

 

LN: Morris-Cook

 

DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook

DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook

 

DS or DD:

 

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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).

 

LN: Morgan

 

DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff" 

DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)

 

DS:

 

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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.

 

LN: Montgomery

 

DH: Allen Christopher

DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)

 

DD:



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Posted 16 January 2018 - 07:09 PM

Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.

 

LN: Langley

 

DH: Simon Charles

DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)

 

DS: Kelvin Seth

 

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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.

 

LN: Edwards
 

DH: Isaac Samuel

DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard) 

 

DD: Cecile May

 

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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.

 

LN: Morris-Cook

 

DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook

DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook

 

DS: Jamie Thomas or DD: Parker Evelyn

 

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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).

 

LN: Morgan

 

DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff" 

DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)

 

DS: Elias Everett "Eli"

 

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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.

 

LN: Montgomery

 

DH: Allen Christopher

DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)

 

DD: Bella Clarke



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Posted 16 January 2018 - 08:37 PM

Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.

 

LN: Langley

 

DH: Simon Charles

DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)

 

DS: Isaac Phineas (after Isaac Newton)

 

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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.

 

LN: Edwards
 

DH: Isaac Samuel

DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard) 

 

DD: Elodie Rose

 

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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.

 

LN: Morris-Cook

 

DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook

DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook

 

DS or DD: Spencer Thomas or Charlie Evelyn

 

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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).

 

LN: Morgan

 

DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff" 

DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)

 

DS: Caspian Cormac  "Ian"

 

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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.

 

LN: Montgomery

 

DH: Allen Christopher

DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)

 

DD: Cora Brienne



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Posted 16 January 2018 - 09:18 PM

Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.



LN: Langley



DH: Simon Charles

DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)



DS: Newton Samson



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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.



LN: Edwards


DH: Isaac Samuel

DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard)



DD: Estelle Jade



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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.



LN: Morris-Cook



DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook

DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook



DS or DD: River Thomas or Alexis Marie



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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).



LN: Morgan



DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff"

DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)



DS: Edward (Ward) Easton



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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.



LN: Montgomery



DH: Allen Christopher

DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)



DD: Rosa Neytiri

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Posted 16 January 2018 - 10:37 PM

Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.

 

LN: Langley

 

DH: Simon Charles

DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)

 

DS: Jonas Brian
(after Jonas Salk-polio vaccine)

 

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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.

 

LN: Edwards
 

DH: Isaac Samuel

DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard) 

 

DD: Vivienne Rose

 

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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.

 

LN: Morris-Cook

 

DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook

DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook

 

DS or DD: Cameron Thomas or Shiloh Mary

 

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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).

 

LN: Morgan

 

DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff" 

DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)

 

DS: August 'Gus' Adam

 

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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.

 

LN: Montgomery

 

DH: Allen Christopher

DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)

 

DD: Lola Piper
(Orange is the New Black)

 



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Posted 16 January 2018 - 10:59 PM

Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.

 

LN: Langley

 

DH: Simon Charles

DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)

 

DS: Darwin Albert

 

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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.

 

LN: Edwards
 

DH: Isaac Samuel

DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard) 

 

DD: Axelle Rose

 

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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.

 

LN: Morris-Cook

 

DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook

DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook

 

DS or DD: Taylor Martin or Riley Thomasina

 

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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).

 

LN: Morgan

 

DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff" 

DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)

 

DS: Sebastian "Bash" Samuel

 

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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.

 

LN: Montgomery

 

DH: Allen Christopher

DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)

 

DD: Nora Penelope



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Posted 17 January 2018 - 05:10 AM

Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.

 

LN: Langley

 

DH: Simon Charles

DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)

 

DS: Ernest Norman Langley (Ernest Rutherford)

 

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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.

 

LN: Edwards
 

DH: Isaac Samuel

DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard) 

 

DD: Fabienne Clare Edwards

 

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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.

 

LN: Morris-Cook

 

DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook

DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook

 

DS or DD: Ashley Thomas Morris-Cook or Kennedy Eve Morris-Cook

 

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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).

 

LN: Morgan

 

DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff" 

DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)

 

DS: Gregory 'Rory' George Morgan

 

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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.

 

LN: Montgomery

 

DH: Allen Christopher

DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)

 

DD: Bree Charlotte Montgomery (Lucifer)



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Posted 17 January 2018 - 04:49 PM


Simon and Emma Langley are expecting their first child, a boy. As they are both science nerds, they would like the baby's first name to be after someone known for a major scientific contribution (either their first name or their surname). His middle name should be an uncommon classic name. Both names should avoid the letter L as much as possible, since it causes names to clash with their last name.

LN: Langley

DH: Simon Charles
DW: Emma Rosalind (nee Hall)

DS: Newton Grey Langley

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Isaac and Gabrielle Edwards are expecting their first child, a girl. They want her first name to reflect Gabrielle's French heritage but also be easily pronounceable in English. Her middle name should be either one or three syllables and fairly classic/common.

LN: Edwards

DH: Isaac Samuel
DW: Gabrielle Marie (nee Bernard)

DD: Louise Anne Edwards

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Theresa and Kate Morris-Cook are expecting their first child. They are leaving the gender a surprise until the birth and would like a name option for each gender. They would like a unisex first name (different options for the boy and the girl). Since Kate will be the biological mother of the baby, they have decided they want to honor Theresa's parents to link the baby to her - the baby's middle name should be after her father, Thomas Lionel, or her mother, Mary Evelyn.

LN: Morris-Cook

DW: Theresa Jane Morris-Cook
DW: Katherine Vienna "Kate" Morris-Cook

DS or DD: Quinn Leo Morris-Cook or Avery Maria Morris-Cook

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Jeff and Miranda Morgan are expecting their first child, a boy. They want a first name with a nickname that is not overly common (i.e. more like Cal for Callum instead of Alex for Alexander). His middle name should start with the same letter as his first name, but still flow well - they're fans of alliteration (that letter should not be M).

LN: Morgan

DH: Jeffrey Alexander "Jeff"
DW: Miranda Leslie (nee Blakely)

DS: Sullivan Sage Morgan Sully

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Allen and Leila Montgomery are expecting their first child, a girl. Due to their long last name, they would like their baby's first name to be short and sweet. Her middle name should be from a popular TV show or movie - they just fell in love with the name after seeing the show and decided to use it as a middle.

LN: Montgomery

DH: Allen Christopher
DW: Leila Paloma (nee Romero)

DD: Riley April Montgomery




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