Would like opinions and baby names if possible please
Posted 15 June 2013 - 05:26 PM
I'm writing a story featuring triplets and was wondering what people thought of these names?
Sarah Jane Smith - partially a pun on the doctor who characters name as their father is a journalist but he claims is named after his own grandmother and his wifes rag doll.
Glyndwr David Smith - named after the grandfather and uncle of the triplets mother - these are named after my own relations. Throughout the story his name is shortened to Glyn?
Elsie Eilonwy Smith - Named after her great-grandmother, mothers side, and the character from "The black cauldron" - princess and strong female lead in it. (Pronouned Eye-la
The name I'd like suggestions for is their new brother. Firstly I thought to name him Alex - as the main characters (their mother and her best friend) had written a book together where their own main characters have sons the same day - one named Liam (which is the other characters sons name) and other Alex - but now thinking the difficulty with this and differentiating - so Alex is downgraded to middle name but any suggestions would be much appreciated.
Posted 15 June 2013 - 06:50 PM
I've never seen the name Glyndwr before, it seems very feminine to me. David is really nice, though. David fits well with Sarah Jane. Some ideas:
Glendon David "Glen" / David Glendon
I think the original variant of Glendwyr, Glendower, is best, it seems more masculine and easier to pronounce.
I think Elsie is an adorable name! I think the middle name is nice, but doesn't match Sarah Jane at all. It goes well with Glyndwr, though.
To better match Sarah Jane, consider:
I'm a little confused by what you're wanting for the last brother, but I'll suggest stuff anyway:
Micah Samuel / Micah Alexander
Jameson Isaac / Jameson Alexander
Ashton Thomas / Ashton Alexander
Benton Lucas "Ben" / Benton Alexander "Ben"
Jackson Azariah / Jackson Alexander
Chandler Jude / Chandler Alexander
Tolliver Jude / Tolliver Alexander
Jacob Alexander (could be "Jake")
Posted 15 June 2013 - 07:12 PM
Glyndwr is a bit weird, but with the nickname Glyn it'll be okay.
I also love Elsie.
William Alexander? That's the first thing that came to my head. Also:
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