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Posted yesterday vs. Not a whole lot of help! vs. Gender reveal tomorrow!

Hi! I posted this yesterday, and we didn’t get very much help. We would love a little more opinions if you have them! Thanks. Also, if anyone has gender reveal ideas, that would be great. We are thinking ballons, but would love to here what you all have done. My name is Kate. My hubby and I are expecting our 3 and 4th! We already have two daughters, Lila and Addison, and we cannot wait to find out what these babies are! My friend named her son Evan on here, and we would really love some help. We are having a gender reveal party on Friday. I thought it might be fun to have you pick your favorite names for any twin combination, that you think would be good with our girl’s names. You can only write in once, and we shall see who picks the best names, and guesses the genders right! If you don’t want to play along, that’s totally fine, we would just love name suggestions. We currently are loving Leo, Ryland, Mason, Henry, Caden, Owen, Connor, or Declan for boys, and Hadley, Evelyn, Caitlyn, Nora, Alexa, Mackenzie, Leah or Quinn for girls. But, we are open to suggestions? WDYT? Can you help us pick, or give us a suggestion? And we shall see who can get the genders right? Hope you all have a lovely day! Good luck, god bless. -Kate
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 Posted Yesterday
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Carina in Canada
Dear Genie, I need you to help me find a Greek name for a girl. I've already used Theodore and Sebastian for her siblings. But every other Greek girl's name I see is either too pretentious, hard to pronounce, or just too popular now. The only name I can picture using is Caroline, but it's not Greek!
Baby Name Genie:
The Greeks would name her Charissa Zoe. Then, they would stuff her in a wooden horse and give her to the Trojans. So, my advice would be to borrow the name but not the rest of their tactics.

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