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Need help vs. With girl names vs. For b/gtwins

I recently posted a poll regarding boy names, but the girl names have been harder for us. We were thinking Emerson / Emery (nn Em, Emmy), Gracyn / Grayson (nn Gray) or Seren / Maren / Wrenna (nn Wren / Ren). Sorry for the rambling post......this is how it feels in my brain! Any help would be greatly appreciated!

The Top Baby Name is...

Need Help

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With Girl Names

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For B/gtwins

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Poll created: Jul 08, 2013
Total Votes: 0

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what is the boy’s name?
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
It is likely to be Rhys, but Hudson and Everett are still in the running. Our older two boys are named Chase and Colton.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I like Seren or Maren
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Rhys & Seren would be great together
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Definitely no to Gracyn spelled any way. I know Seren is a common girls name in the UK but it looks imcomplete to me, I’d like Serena much better.

My favorites are Maren and Wrenna. I absolutely love Wrenna! That is beautiful and feminine.

Rhys and Wrenna flows absolutely perfectly.... Both have the R- sound, but they don’t both start with R. You have to use this it’s gorgeous!
posted by Sara :: 4 years ago | report
Rhys & Serene would be lovely. I really don’t care for Gracyn...it feels made up x& I don’t think it will age well.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Rhys and Maren
Rhys and Maris
Rhys and Marlena
Rhys and Willow
Rhys and River
Rhys and Olivia
Rhys and Kai
Rhys and Lilly
Rhys and Annie
Rhys and Anna
Rhys and Betty
Rhys and Phoenix
Rhys and Ellis
Rhys and Lucy
Rhys and Leslie
Rhys and Ruby
Rhys and Elena
Rhys and Arlia
Rhys and Aulina
Rhys and Alina
Rhys and Sabrina
Rhys and Katherine
Rhys and Audrey
Rhys and Louisa
Rhys and Zoe
Rhys and Aurora
Rhys and Eloise

Like any?
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I prefer Emery to Emerson(sounds like a boys name). I don’t care for Gracyn, and I prefer Maren or Wrenna to Seren.

Seren looks and sounds like too many other words.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I really like Maren!
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I love Maren and Seren! If you want the nn Wren, I know someone named Florence who goes by Wren.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report

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