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#1 ashooles

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 12:05 AM

So, I haven't created a game in many, many months and I thought I'd start off with one of my favourites :)

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Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.

DD: Charlotte Isabelle (2)
DS:

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicnames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS:

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD:

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.

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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS:

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 12:17 AM

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Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.

DD: Charlotte Isabelle (2)
DS: James Patrick

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicnames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS: Andrew Forrest

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD: Drake Josiah / Maya Josephine

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

DD: Lucia Isabel

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.

DD: Avery Lemmon-Thompson
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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS: Lennox Corrigan

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 10:10 AM

Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.

DD: Charlotte Isabelle (2)
DS: James Michael

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicnames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS: Charles River

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD: Elizabeth Marie & Adam Matthew

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

DD: Gabriella Kate

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.

DD: Sarah Thompson-Lemmon
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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS: Montgomery Cory

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 11:04 AM

Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.

DD: Charlotte Isabelle Bowles (2)
DS: William Thomas Bowles

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicnames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS: Sebastian River Palmer {Seb, Bastian, Bas, Sebby, Bassy}

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD: Deanna Jensen Huard & Samuel Jared Huard

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

DD: Emiliana Isabel Martinez

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.



DD: Willow Lemmon-Thompson


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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS: Holden Corbin Todd



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Posted 16 February 2013 - 01:35 PM


Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.


DD: Charlotte Isabelle (2)
DS: Nathaniel Cole

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicknames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS: Thom Forrest

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD: Gabriel Jackson/Amelia June

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

DD: Luisa Maria

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.


DD: Ella


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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS: Cory Hugo


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Posted 16 February 2013 - 04:38 PM

Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.

DD: Charlotte Isabelle (2)
DS: Theodore Goeffrey

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicnames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS: Jonathan Forrest

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD: James Leon / Megan Lorena

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

DD: Perla Caitlin

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.

DD: Wendy Lemmon-Thompson

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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS: Corey Spencer

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 09:00 PM

Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.

DD: Charlotte Isabelle (2)
DS: Oliver James

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicnames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS: William Ash

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD: Greyson Matthew & Harper Madeleine

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

DD: Natalia Isabel

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.

DD: Brooke Lemmon-Thompson


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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS: Easton Corey

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 01:03 PM

Charles Edwin Bowles

Nickolas Lake Palmer

Ava Lynn Huard
Bradon Lee Huard

Kaylee Maria Martinez

Caroline Lemmon-Thompson

Benton Cory Todd

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Posted 17 July 2013 - 06:13 PM

Patsy and Simon Bowles are a slightly older couple, welcoming their second child into the world shortly. They are expecting a boy. They like names which don't stand out and are more common than some of the mumbo jumbo that is around today. They'd like a name that matches their 2 year old daughter, Charlotte's.

DD: Charlotte Isabelle (2)
DS: Matthew James

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Alexandra and Jeremy Palmer are proud to announce that they are expecting a baby boy. Alex likes names that can be shortened to nicnames and would love for their son to have one that is their first name. Jeremy's hobby is to hike, meaning he likes the outdoors. He'd love to give his son a middle name which reflects this interest.

DS: Lucas Canyon

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Mary and Damon Huard are expecting twins. This has come as a bit of a shock to them and they are struggling to find the right names for their two children. They are expecting a boy and a a girl and all they know is they'd like their children to have the same middle name initial, but separate first name initials.

DS/DD: Connor Everett & Tessa Everly

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Georgina and Jose Martinez have recently migrated from Spain and they are now expecting a little girl. They'd like to honour their heritage by giving their daughter a Spanish name, but also embrace their new culture that will fit well into their new home in the USA.

DD: Natalia Marisol

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Tess Lemmon and Gregory Thompson are also expecting a daughter. They'd love for their daughter to have a hyphenated surname, but they are unsure of what way they want their two names to be. With a double surname, they don't want to extend their daughter's name too much, so are only wanting to give her a first name.

DD: Callie Lemmon-Thompson


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Danielle and Benjamin Todd are having a boy. They have absolutely no idea what to name their son who is due in a few short months. They like names that are easy to pronounce, but will not be found on every second boy they come across. Ben would love to honour his recently deceased sister, Helen Cora in his son's name somehow.

DS: Grant Cormac







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