baby baby names



I NEED your help! We NEVER name our babies ahead of time, but I do normally look through names and have a list. Even though we have never named any of the boys off of THE list. Twins seem so much harder to name and I'm really drawing a blank this time around. I'd like to have some names on the list... even if we don't use them. Ha!

This is where YOU come in... gimmie some name ideas PLEASE!!

We like names that are different, not common BUT not weird.
I want it to be something that is easy to spell, read & say. I don't want my child to always have to correct the spelling or saying of their name.
I am really drawn towards N, L & E names. But we're open to ANY letter.
We have a lot more boy names that we like over girl names... but would love to hear ideas for both.

okay.... LET'S HEAR SOME BABY NAMES!!

163 comments:

  1. all the boys in my house have the N, L & E, so here are my ideas: Noel (pronounced knoll), Lennon, and Elliott (the dad of the group).

    Girls are definitely harder. I like Ella/Ellie. I don't have a good N name...and for the L, of course, Laura. :)

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  2. On the road home from a trip I saw a sign for "Skyland" and thought...that could be a pretty name. Or "Skylor".

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  3. My daughter is Noel (not like Knoll from the comment above)Noel like Christmas...and we love it, we always get people saying how pretty it is..my sons name is Luke I got it from the bible and its just a bold great name. It is getting more popular now then when I named him.

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  4. Personally I love Jamison for a girl. Of course the fact that MY daughter's name is Jamison helps that thought a little. I just loved that it was unique.

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  5. I love E names. Girls- Elise, Eden, Elsa

    Boys- Eli, Evan

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  6. Oh, and I forgot the name Electra for a girl, it's weird I know, but I just love it.

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  7. Before we decided on Gauge for our little boy, I loved the name Ezra!
    ~ Lacie

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  8. I agree... Elliot is a great boys name.

    For girls: Leah, Lucy, Norah, Claire...

    that's all I can think of!

    amanda

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  9. Oh! I love baby names...here were ours...

    BOYS: Canyon, Oakley, Carter, Levi, Jackson, Owen

    GIRLS: Grace, Amelia, Lilly, Emery, Adley, and Avery and Olivia (!)

    Hope that helps...a little! :)

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  10. Well my names aren't all N L or E names, but here they are :)
    BOYS:
    Bryce
    Sawyer
    Nolan
    Lane
    Tanner
    Brylee
    GIRLS:
    Catrina
    Kadence
    Lael
    Bronwyn
    Annika ~had to add that, it's my name & not very common :) prounced onika with a short i

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  11. What about Chase? Logan? Hunter? The latter two could be girl OR boy names.

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  12. How about Gabrielle and Grace, Mallory and Mackenzie, Lucy and Ella, Ashlyn and Addison, Maya and Leah, Willow and Eleanor, Sofie/Sadie and Scarlett. Or Finn and Wyatt, Gabriel and Ethan.

    Obviously I'm leaning towards girls. :) Hope your bedrest continues to go smoothly, and those babies hang on a little longer.

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  13. Girls Names:
    L: Alexa (to be called Lexi)
    E: Emmaline (could be shortened to Emmy)

    Boys Names:
    I know it's not and N,L or E but how about Holden

    Good luck, picking names is so hard :)

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  14. I feel the same way about names.....different, but not to weird, a little trendy, but not too common.

    My kids names just happen to start with E & N : )

    My son's name is Elliott & my daughter's name is Norah.

    Glad to see some other people like those names too : )

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  15. My sister's middle name (as well as my pomeranian's) is Ellis and I have always adored it. It was my great grandmother's maiden name. For a boy, I like Ethan or Elliot... or even Ellis.

    For a 'l' boy... I like Layne. And for a girl, I like Luka.

    And, I am stuck on the 'n' names.

    I am a big on names... my three puppies are named Elijah Banx, Gabriella Bay, and Paisley Ellis...

    Good luck picking your list!

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  16. N, E, and L names?
    Boys:
    Landon
    Lex
    Lucas

    Girls:
    Eva
    Emma
    Naomi
    Eden

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  17. Hey there, I love baby names and I think your kids have great names! Here's a few suggestions:

    BOYS: Hugh, Ezra, Oliver, Alastair, Elliott, Emmett, Milo, Asher(this one goes nice with your other guys IMO), Preston, Myles, Rogan, Terrell, Sterling, Weston, Ellis

    GIRLS: Lila, Claudia, Athena, Fiona, Aurora, Etta, Nina, Mae, Eloise, Gretta, Isis, Lark, Eden, Cordelia, Genevieve, Eliza, Della

    BTW, I love the name Ozzie, is that his full name?

    Sarah

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  18. Girl:
    Haven
    Halle
    Leia (pronounced Lay Ah)
    Nevaeh (heaven backwards)

    Boys:
    Briggs
    Aston

    Good luck!

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  19. I really like Eliza, Lilly and Lucy, boys; Cade, Evan, Henry (I have cousins named Asher and Josiah- kind of cool...)

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  20. Heres mine thoughts.

    Boy & girl twins

    - Natalie
    - Nathan

    - Ashby (for boy)
    - Ashley (for girl)

    -Lex (boy)
    -Lexi (girl)

    -Emma
    -Elliot? cant think of a boy one
    haha

    Boy and Boy

    - Asher
    - Ashby

    - Lincoln (I LOVE this name)
    - Lance

    other random names...
    Girls...
    Lyla (I love this name but its a form from the name Delilah.. so that turns a lot of people off)

    Ira (eye-rah)

    Ian (boy name)
    Josiah

    Hope that helps, look up the meanings 2!

    Oh and another one we liked was Ehren (sounds like aaron)

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  21. List for the desired letters.
    L's for girls
    Lola, Lucy, Lane(Laney),Logan

    L's for boys
    Landon, Lanson (my husband's name), Logan

    E's for girls
    Emerson, Eloise,Emelia

    E's for boys
    Evan, Elliott, Ethan

    N's for girls
    Nadia, Natasha, and Natalia

    N's for boy's
    Nate,Nicholas

    Not asked for letters (names) but thought I would through them in.

    Girls
    Presley, Bryn, Camryn,Whitney

    Boys
    Reagan, Harrison, Bowey, Anderson

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  22. oh and I liked Ezra (listed above) As well and Orion (after the star consolation) for a boy or girl actually.

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  23. Baby names are so much fun!

    Girls:
    Norah
    Elise
    Elle/Ella
    Lily
    Lila


    Boys:
    Elijah
    Elliot
    Evan
    Lucas

    Other names not fitting into your letters, but I still like:
    Kaden
    Callie :)
    Alora
    Isabelle

    Good luck!

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  24. Boys: Preston, Rylan, Oakley, Ethan,

    Girls: Addyson, Hudsyn, Liliana, Emersyn, Teya, Cahlyn, Skye,

    I do like Ezra.
    Just some ideas....

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  25. For boys I like: Lee or Carter
    Girls: Elizabeth or Addison

    Good luck picking a name out:)

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  26. Boy: Brice, Eli, Joel, McCord

    Girl: Lily, Nora, Leigh

    Either: Hunter, Carter, Lee

    That's all I got....for now... :)

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  27. I really like Sage for a boy or a girl.

    Oh and Harper for either a boy or a girl too. Those are my favorite two names right now, sorry they aren't from the letters you mentioned though. Have fun!

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  28. I've got a little boy called Logan!
    My twins were delivered by c-section because they were both breech. Ben was 6lbs 13oz and Logan was 6lbs 9oz. They were 3 weeks early. Godd luck with your twins when they arrive.
    Love,
    Amanda xx

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  29. How about Eva and Noah for girls?

    Or Ezra and Enoch for boys?

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  30. My little boy's name is Dade. I know it's not N, L, or E, but it is different.

    Last week we found out we are having girl/girl twins. My husband and I are struggling for a second name, mostly becasue I had convinced both of us they were boy/girl. We had chosen the name Eli and Brennan. Brennan is normally a boy's name, but I LOVE it for a little girl. Best of luck with the name game. I will be checking back on the suggestions to see if I find something that will work for us.
    Best of luck on the bedrest.

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  31. I loved trying to pick out names while I was pregnant. We always have the baby named before hand, but I totally understand you wanting to see the baby first. Here's my 2 cents...

    Boys: Levi, Luke, Miles, Carter and Liam.

    Girls: Norah, Eliza, Kaylee, Lyla and Olivia.

    Are you going to try to name the twin very different names for each other or are you going to have them share a bong like both start with 'L' or both names will be 4 letters long???

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  32. Oh my goodness my typing stinks! I meant to type are the twins going to share BOND with their names not BONG!!! Sheesh sorry about that!! :)

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  33. My personal fave is Naomi...that was my great Grandmothers name and I have always loved the sound of it!
    Girls...Naomi,Norah, and Ellis
    Boys... Monte and Gentry

    Only recently found your blog and I have enjoyed it sooo much!
    You have such a lovely family!

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  34. One additional name...How could I forget?!
    My gorgeous daughters' name is Chesney and she has always loved be the only one in school with that name!!

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  35. Boston Reader7/15/08, 3:19 PM

    I think Larken, Nigel and Emmett are all lovely!

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  36. A friend named her boy Luxon which I just love.

    Gd luck on bed rest... I am as well with two girls. 6 wks down 6 to go.

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  37. I have always been drawn to L and N names as well. My daughters name is Luci Kathleen and my son's name is Nelson Archer Edward. We were also considering Lilli and Noel (like Joel only with an N)I also really like the name Nathan and Elliot.

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  38. Wow... look at all these. You guys are awesome! Keep them coming... and they don't have to be N, L or E names. :)

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  39. I know twin girls named "Melody and Harmony". :)

    Girls:
    Evangeline
    Vangeline
    Veda
    Liberty
    Lilly
    Lila
    Ila
    Hosanna
    Jubilee
    Evelyn (my daughter's name)
    Celina (my other daughter)
    Naomi
    Denali
    Aspen
    Willow

    Boys:
    Elliot
    Everett
    North
    Oliver (my son)
    Sullivan (my other son)
    Garyn
    Abraham
    Charlie
    Christian
    Israel
    Kenton
    Maverick
    Quinn
    Xavier
    Tavius
    Xander


    We're in the process of choosing names, too. I think I have it narrowed down to a boy's name and a girl's name... But I'm not telling THOSE two. :)

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  40. Oooh... baby names. Drooool. It's been a long-running hobby. Oceana's been on the list for 10+ years. ;)

    In keeping with the style...
    George
    Callum
    Liam
    Hayden
    James
    Kessler
    Cameron
    Christian
    Quade
    Maddox
    Tayden
    William
    Wade
    Zane

    Eliana
    Aviana
    Brielle(love love love Farmfresiowa's baby names!)
    Cameron
    Charlotte
    Felicity
    Imogen
    Leina
    Leila
    Marina
    Norelle
    Quinlyn

    PS.Never mind me... I'm getting my baby cooties out....

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  41. I like uncommon names too as I was the only Tonya growing up and loved it!
    Girls:
    Brae
    Ivory
    Marin or Marni
    Eden call her Eddie
    Elena
    Linnea
    Boys:
    Saxton
    Tanner
    Breckin
    Landon
    Hudson

    I don't know if you are like me but if I know someone with the name I can't name my kid it. Middle names I can pass down but for some reason not first. Hope you are able to come up with a list. Please let us know!!!

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  42. Girls:
    Elaine
    Eleanor
    Esme
    Corinne
    Camille
    Nessa (her miracle -Hebrew)
    Nesya (G-d's miracle- Hebrew)
    Noreen
    Tessa
    Beatrix (one of my favorite girl's names)
    Eloise (I love this together with Beatrix)
    Naomi
    Estelle
    Lara

    Boys:
    Emmett
    Clayton
    Nadiv (nah-deev, means "generous" in Hebrew)
    Evan
    Desmond
    Weston
    Alden
    Adlai
    Clancy
    Corwin
    Leith

    ~Mom of 4 boys and twin girls

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  43. My Daughter's name is Brenna (grandmother's maiden name) and we're leaning towards Ethan for the one I'm pregnant with now.

    other names
    Girls - Norah, Aleena, Ali, Tera, Cydney, Kayla, Afton, Maci
    Boys - Nicholi, Keagan, Ashton, Blake, Caleb

    Good luck!!

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  44. girls...
    Ellery
    Eden
    Nellie
    Nevaeh
    Livie
    Emerson
    Josie

    boys....
    Oliver
    Elmer
    Emmett
    Easton
    Acher
    Mason
    August

    GOOD LUCK :)

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  45. girls...
    Ellery
    Eden
    Nellie
    Nevaeh
    Livie
    Emerson
    Josie

    boys....
    Oliver
    Elmer
    Emmett
    Easton
    Acher
    Mason
    August

    GOOD LUCK :)

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  46. girls...
    Ellery
    Eden
    Nellie
    Nevaeh
    Livie
    Emerson
    Josie

    boys....
    Oliver
    Elmer
    Emmett
    Easton
    Acher
    Mason
    August

    GOOD LUCK :)

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  47. So I am thinking you should add a name list to your side bar and you can delete as you get closer to narrowing down the list of names. It will be fun to see what you liked from all the names submitted and then if you ended up with any of them too for your precious (girls...just know it) babies.
    ML

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  48. Our twins are
    Hope Noelle &
    Halle Faith.

    I named one and my husband named one (I couldn't pull the "I went through labor and delivery so I get to name them" card because we adopted them). I wanted Hope and Noel.

    Other options were:

    Meadow & Brooke
    Joslin and Brooklin

    Not as unique as they were when we chose them, my boys are named...
    Aidan Jacob
    Ethan Caleb
    Ryland Christian

    I like Skyland btw!

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  49. Brittany, I'm curious as to what some of your favorite names are! I need name ideas too, lol! :)

    Okay here are some N, L & E names... (I'm drawn to A, J and M names myself...)

    For boys: Nolan, Luca, Ethan, Evan, Levi, Eli, Leo.

    For girls: Natalia, Natalie, Emelia, Lane/Lanie, Lily, Ella, Emerson (Emmie for short), Nadia, Nora, Lola, Eden, Lucia/Lucy, Livia, Lia.

    I have the book "Cool Names for Babies" by Satran and Rosenkrantz and it has some cool ideas for names. Here are some other fun ones:

    For boys: Mattias/Matteo, Wyatt, Marcus, Oliver, Miles, Drew, Zane, Jude, Finn, Milo, Emmet, Canyon, Felix, Callum, Rhys, Niko, Nikolai, Ace, Jameson, Liam, Simon, Cole, Cyrus, Silas, Tate.

    For girls: Ruby, Piper, Ivy, Cheyenne, Annika, Mercedes, Tavia, Siena, Valencia, Felicity, Acacia, Tessa, Stella, Sasha, Wren, Pippa, Paisley, Portia, Bianca, Toria, Calia, Aria, Scarlett, Drea.

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  50. Girls: Eden, Ember, Elsi, Maddi

    Boys: Asher, Axel, Landon, Preston, Elden

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  51. And here are some twin combo's too:

    for girls:
    Felicity & Finley (or Phynley)
    Alexa & Acacia
    Piper & Paisley
    Toria & Tavia (Tori & Tavi)
    Jewel & Janae
    Cecily & Felicity
    Belle & Bianca
    Amelia & Annika
    Willow & Wren

    for boys:
    Marcus & Mattias
    James & Jude
    Felix & Quinn
    Cade & Callum
    Drew & Miles
    Finn & Tate

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  52. Wow. I'm due in December and I may have to pull from some of the names suggested here! You have awesome readers!

    Girls:
    Charlotte
    Evangeline
    Natalie

    Boys:
    Ezekiel
    Asher
    Gideon

    Grayson
    Gavin
    Vance
    Ozzie....oh wait, I think those are taken. :)

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  53. alright my mom named by brother ferris yes as in ferris bullar's day off. everyone who knows him has never forgot him and there were no problems with him spelling it. my cousins name is liam which is also different. growing up a close ffamily friend named their second daughter tatum and everyone thought that it was such a cute name and we all went around calling her tots or taterbug. another girl name i think is different is shea i think it is sooo cute though. hope you like them

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  54. Here are a few:
    Boys: (N)? ; (L) Landon;(E) Evan
    Girls: (N) Noel; (L) Laura:), Lucy; (E) Evangeline/Evie

    There are so many cute names...this is hard! Good luck :)

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  55. Here are a few:
    Boys: (N)? ; (L) Landon;(E) Evan
    Girls: (N) Noel; (L) Laura:), Lucy; (E) Evangeline/Evie

    There are so many cute names...this is hard! Good luck :)

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  56. for girls
    zoe
    claire
    fiona
    megan
    grace
    faye
    tess
    esme
    i also think shea is a pretty name
    ginny
    cassie
    liz
    erica
    em
    hillary
    kylie
    payton
    corrigan
    tatum
    for boys
    feris is such a cool name
    ryan
    camedon
    caden
    tristin
    warren
    luke
    jack
    jake
    patrick
    daniel
    tim


    hope that helps i am also leaning towards little girls

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  57. Ooooh, names! I love to talk names. :o)

    Do you want "twin-y" names?

    Girls:
    Nadia :o), Rebekah, Jasmine, Bridget, Kaitlyn, Mikayla, Abigail

    Boys:
    Nathan, Elijah, Ethan, James, Phillip, Patrick

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  58. My friend has two sets of twins, and has boy/boy twins named Nevin and Nolan. Definitely unique!

    My name is usually used for a boy's name too....that is why I have always loved it for ME. There we never any other girls named Devin....

    My friend named her son Elias. He goes by Eli.

    I love Colin and Cameron (obvious reasons) and I personally think those would go really great with the names you already have in your family! (If you like them too, of course!) Grayson, Vance, Gavin, Ozzie, Colin, and Cameron. Cute! *grin*

    Side note: I LOVE your boys' names. They are all great, and I think you will continue to do a fabulous naming job with these 2 as well. You definitely have gotten LOTS of help with the name game! Good luck on the decision...only a few more weeks 'till you meet these sweet little ones!

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  59. Ok, so everyone has pretty much said all the names I love except for one girl name, with an "L" that I love.....Lena. Good luck!

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  60. Cool idea. Wish I had thought of it. You can always start making names of like some people:) Course then you have the spelling issue:) I found my list from when I was pregnant with Brilyn since I am pretty sure I am done with baby making you can have my favs. Everyone seems to be putting ASHER down and I really like that too! I had Ashlyn on my list for girls and almost used that for a middle name. I think it would be cool if you have girls to name one of them Clair like your middle name. I had that on my list too btw. Someone had Eden and I had that on my list it means "paradise" I also like Liv for a girl. I love Bailey for a boy but Aaron would never go for it and plus with our last name it sucks, but it sounds good with yours:) I had Haven on my list also it means "place of safety" I like Trevor for a boy. I also had Landon on the list that's an L for ya. We both really liked Blake for a boy too. And we were going to do Jake if we had another boy. Also like Tate it means "to be cheerful" which is cool. I also had Eve on my list which means "lifegiver" and that's an E. Would be super cool if I picked one of their names. I would be so proud.

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  61. These comments were soooo much fun to read. I'm extremely impressed with so many of those names. More, more, more babies. I need them. There are just too many good names to pass up.

    Okay, so for girls, I love Evan, Ellery, and Eden. Also Lilah, Abigail, Teagan, and Holland.

    Boys are harder. Tobyn, Cairo, and Allistair. Oh, and I love Seamus (but it's hard to spell, pronounced Shay-mus).

    I CAN NOT wait to find out what little miracles come out. :)

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  62. Oh, I forgot. We almost named Chase, Beck or Colby.

    And Tatum was almost a Reilly.

    I've always LOVED your boys names. My friend's daughter is Grayson (Graysie). It was on my list for Chase, too. I wanted ... okay wait, before I tell you, you can't laugh. I am NOT into sing songy-rhyming names, but I thought this was cool:

    Grayson Ryan (boy)
    Ryanne Grace (girl)

    It's okay, laugh now.

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  63. I've always like Nehemiah for a boy. And Josiah.

    For a girl I always wanted to name her Caz (or Cazzie) Elisabeth. Of course Caz can go for boy OR girl.

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  64. I am having trouble thinking of names for my upcoming twins too. Right now I am leaning towards:

    Owen and Samuel if 2 boys

    Charlotte and Alissa if 2 girls

    Owen and Charlotte if 1 of each

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  65. Hmmm you definately do have a tough job a head of you.

    Boys:
    Evan
    Tyler
    Conor
    Jai

    Girls:
    Mia
    Alyce (pronunced)
    Lily
    Grace

    There was more.. but mental blank hahaha

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  66. Ooooo! This is fun!

    Girls:
    Lily
    Lauryn
    Neela
    Etta
    Lucy
    Addison
    Anna
    Lorilie (pronounced: Laura-lie)
    Emma

    Boys:
    Nolen
    Liam
    Elliot
    Evan
    Landon

    I tried to keep the names along the same lines as your boys' names.
    :)

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  67. Wow, so many names!
    I’ve been reading your blog for a few weeks now; came over from Drea’s blog and had to keep reading :) We’re expecting our fourth (that will give us two girls and two boys :)and our kid’s names are…
    Emma Rian (pronounced Ryan)
    Kylie Hope
    Duncan Micheal (Irish spelling)
    Kellan Daniel

    I’m out of ideas for any N or L names that are unique :)
    Have fun!

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  68. I love the names you already have, and I have two great boys who are Soren and Avery. So I think I only have the touch with boys...
    I like Ellis
    I like Larkin
    I like Neil
    Thinking about you are you hit the home stretch...
    Georgia
    stillchasncars@gmail.com

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  69. Oh this is so much fun! Here's some off the top of my head...

    L's - Landon, Larson, Logan

    Lily, Layla, Lila, Lacey

    N's - Noel, Noah, Nate

    E's - (got nothin' for boys)

    Ella, Emerson (could be boy too, I guess)

    Have fun choosing! Are you gonna pick all 4 (2 girls & 2 boys) before-hand?

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  70. I work in a newborn nursery, so many names are so overused. Make it unique, not trendy.
    Lots of Aidans,Addisons,Isabellas, Liams, Kailys, Emmas, Olivias. All good names, but you dont want 3 other kids in their class someday with that name. It makes it confusing for them and they become ie."Aidan B." The last initial becomes part of their name.
    We had a girl last month with the name "June" -she was so cute. It suited her. We also had a boy named Mick. I like that

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  71. Although usually considered boys names I like Tanner and Tatum for little girls.
    I also like Logan and Graham-although very common lately!
    Best of luck!

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  72. also, you can look at your local hospitals newborn nursery website where newborn pictures are posted and get ideas what you like or what may be used a lot right now. They have their first names, last initial posted with pics

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  73. Because, obviously, you don't need any more help with names..being that I'm the 70-something commenter and I'm sure every possible name has been mentioned...I'll just tell you what our favorites are.

    If our id twins were to be boys we were going with--Jack and Oliver. I loved the nickname Oli. Kinda like Ozzie. ;)

    But since they were girls we loved--Norah Kae and Hazel Renae. Obviously.

    Oh, I could squeal, I'm so excited for you!!!!

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  74. I have a friend whose girl/boy twins names are Raven & Blaze. Kinda cool, though I know you're having identicals, right?

    I go for pretty plain-jane names: Sarah & Michael are my own kids.

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  75. I used to be a kindergarten teacher and one of my favorite boy names was Jack Owen (called both names all the time) and my favorite girls name was Emma. I also like the name Navi (like Navy) for a girl. I also had a student who's name was Jade and her two younger sisters names were Hunter and Kelly (all green!)

    Happy Picking

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  76. Some girl names I like:

    Ava, Adelaid, Noelle, Natalie, Meredith, Maggie, Beatrice, Lydia, Lilly, Elizabeth (hehehe), Esther, Emma, Ella...hope that helps.

    Some boy names I like:

    ...well, my top choice when we were pregnant and before we knew it was a girl was GRAYSON! :-)

    Jackson, Jax, Rex, Max, Henry, Matthias, Roman, Kahl, Logan, Liam, Ian, Oliver, Hayden, Clay, Colton, Julian (ian for short also)...

    SO MUCH FUN...thinking about baby names. Can't wait to hear what you choose!

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  77. my son is "Miller"
    grandpa's name too

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  78. I know you dont know me, but I noticed your page title "4 Men and Twins on the way" and I tell you i was intrigued. I wanted to offer some names for you as well. Our friends just had twins and they named them Elijah and Elisha, from the Bible. And my son's middle name is Eoin. We liked a name beginning with E also, and I am of Irish heritage so it fit well. Many blessings!

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  79. Helen
    Ruth
    Frances (mine)
    Margaret (my next one...eventually)
    Didn't pick boy names, you won't need them. :)

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  80. Hi, I got your link off of Shelley's site! I love the name game so I thought i would jump in!
    Girls:
    Kennedie and Kadence or Kassidy(1st 2 are my girls' names)
    Lynlee and Laken
    Brooklynn and Bryleigh
    Keely and Kinleigh

    boys:
    Brayden and Boston
    Stratton and Spencer
    Jagger and Jett

    boy girl:
    Brayden and Brylee or Bryleigh
    Stratton and Sadie

    As you can tell I like using the same first initial! Good Luck! Looks like you have a lot to chose from!

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  81. Boys...Cade, Cohen, Elliot


    Girls...Sophia, Elise, Pearl, Josephine

    Love your blog, btw! :)

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  82. Goodness you have a list going now. There was a beautiful little girl at our pool today named Nora. I like Cora as well. I have an Ayla, spelled Ailah. Friends of ours have a Noelle and she is an amazing young girl. I have always liked Georgia too. Boy names were hardest for us. Especially after you've used your favs. We have an Oliver-Ollie and Noah. I asked our youth group to name one of ours, their response was LaFauda Svetslanda and Jubaliee Jackson. So don't go that route...

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  83. I had fun with www.nymbler.com when I was preggo. You can put in the names you already have in your family and get suggestions that 'fit'. It was soo addictive. It will help pass some of the couch-hours.

    I love the name Salvador for a boy.

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  84. I like Ruthie, Cora and Kylah for girls.

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  85. hello. hope all is well with the twins and the rest of the family. My children are Adriauna, Easton and Loagin, but some of my favs are Kloey, Lexi, Luke.

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  86. Wow! You have a HUGE list to choose from Brittany! How fun!! Would love to hear some of your favorites.
    I met a little girl named Lilia at a playdate at Mck Mama's house one day and the name has stuck with me ever since. It's different but not hard to spell (I'm with you on that being important) and I think it's beautiful. I have no doubt you'll do a great job picking the perfect names for your sweet peas. You mentioned waiting until you saw each of your boys before deciding. Was it rather quickly then that the names came to you or were you like me and took a day or two to decide?
    Our last name ending in an "e" sound put the kibosh on many many names. You not only have to take your last name into consideration but the cadence you want when you say their names. What are your thoughts on rhyming names or names that start with the same letter?
    Like Tiffany, I could squeal too. :)

    CUTE dress btw in your previous post.

    All that commenting and I only coughed up one name. What a great friend I am. :)

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  87. Hi ran across your page & I must say it's really AWESOME!! Here's a few names you can choose from. A lot of them are not what you were looking for with the N, L & E in them but they are beautiful names just the same. Hope you like them.

    Boy's: Evan, Avery, Joaquin, William, Jansen, Dirk, Patrick. Kort, Garritt, Ari , Eric, Dane

    Girls : Chelsea, Lori, Nicole, Paige, Leona, Allegra, Holly , Fiona, Miya, Sofie, Alina.

    Good Luck :) !!!

    Shelley

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  88. LOVE picking names!! I pick them before I get pregnant! : )

    Girls
    Neeley
    Cadence
    Penina - means pearl
    Rhianne
    Anika


    Boys
    Oliver
    Keegan
    Miles
    Reed

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  89. A couple names I didn't see:
    Titus
    Tucker
    Amos
    Keenan
    Kyler
    Malachi
    Micah
    Addelaide

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  90. Boys name
    Ryder
    Edward
    Cory
    Conrad
    Sebastian

    Girls name
    Chloe
    Zoe
    Ophelia
    Alyssa
    Athena
    Kara

    Have Fun & Good Luck dear.

    Grace

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  91. For a girl
    Selah
    For a boy
    Silas

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  92. I've seen lot's of kids names (I'm a teacher/have worked in child care for the past 8 years)

    ~Boys~

    Camden
    Carson
    Liam
    Dawson
    Ryson
    Gunnar
    Josiah
    Ashton

    ~Girls~

    Ellie
    Genavieve
    Claire
    Molly
    Charitie
    Chloe
    Alaina

    Good Luck!

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  93. Just thougth I'd send my fav's too..

    Girl: Brielle
    Violette


    Boy: Phineas
    Deacon

    Good luck & Godbless!

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  94. Wow lots of names

    Boys
    Gabe
    Thad
    Cale

    Girls
    Kira
    Maya
    Mira
    Maura
    Ansley
    Aubrey
    Lila
    Eleanor
    Lena
    Aurora (Rory)

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  95. How about these combos:

    Girls
    Brenna & Brielle

    Boys
    Tayden and Toran
    Zane and Zion

    I've always liked Larkin for a girl. Call her Lark for short.

    I once knew a little boy named River. Maybe River and Reed?

    Have fun!

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  96. Girl names:
    Taeya
    Maliyah
    Maya
    Hannah
    kyndall
    kaiya

    Boy names:
    Carter
    Liam
    Riley
    Trenton
    Kai

    Good luck with naming these little ones
    Heather

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  97. girl; nina,,nancey,nora(madeline,Miriam,Wanda,Maisie,Jacqueline,Jocelin,Imogine,priscilla,Zora Zoe=)
    boy;nevil,nathaniel,nathan,nigel(gregory,moses,miles,hubert,maximillian,Myron=)

    My favorite name is PERCİVAL
    elif/turkey

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  98. Lucy, Lilly, Luke
    Emma, Ellie, Evan
    Nadia,

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  99. Well, these happen to fit you liking N and L: Nora and Lilian. (We call her Lily) They fit two really nice girls I know - mine :) I give up on boy ones - you seem to have mastered that!

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  100. hello
    my boy name is '' ADA ''this mean in your dictionary ''island ''.In Türkiye we use thıs name boys and gırls.ıf I have gırl use ''MİNA'' thıs mean , our heavenly book included heavenly mountain.I hope tell my opinion clearly.

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  101. C. S. Lewis' Narnia books. I did some research on it since I'd never heard it before and it doesn't show up in name books and discovered that it is actually the Hebrew word for Truth. We planned to use this name for a boy (although I think it could be used interchangeably) but when we got a girl instead we chose the Greek word for Truth, Aletheia (Theia for short).

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  102. I posted above and then realized that half my comment was deleted! So here's what I really meant: I love the name Emeth (pronounced EH-meth). It is the name of a character in The Last Battle, from C. S. Lewis' Narnia books. I did some research on it since I'd never heard it before and it doesn't show up in name books and discovered that it is actually the Hebrew word for Truth. Makes sense because Emeth in the book is a man who was brought up in a pagan religion but he always loved what was right and was a truth seeker. We planned to use this name for a boy (although I think it could be used interchangeably) but when we got a girl instead we chose the Greek word for Truth, Aletheia (Theia for short).

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  103. First of all, that is an awesome baby picture! wow.

    I really like E names, too, but our last name starts with an E and I just couldn't find anything that worked. I like: Ellis, Ellie, Emily, Emma, Ella, Eli.

    For N: Nicole is common, but pretty to me. Nadine

    L: Landen, Luke, Lynn, Lacey

    We used my mother's maiden name with a different spelling for one of my boys. For another, we started with my FIL's name "Chester" and converted it to "Chase" for a middle name. We liked using family names and are generally more traditional.

    Best of luck in picking two names! One each time was hard enough for us! :)

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  104. Our daughter's name is Aydia (A-dee-uh).
    As far as other names, Liam for a boy, Emerson for either, and Evan for a girl.
    Good luck!

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  105. Eli, Ethan, Nathan
    Kellen, Quinton, Owen, Corbin

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  106. OOOHHH!!! I love baby names!!!

    GIRLS:
    Annie
    Karlie
    Grace
    Paige
    Evelyn
    Reese
    Tess
    Lilah
    Bailey
    Miranda
    Isabella (Oh! You could have an Ozzie and an Izzy! Cute huh?)
    Or you could just have Bella
    Ruby

    BOYS:
    Wyatt
    Eli
    Spencer
    Dean
    Henry
    Noah
    Gabriel
    Oliver
    Baylor
    Elijah
    Lucah
    Micah

    This was fun! Thanks!

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  107. My children's names are not common but not weird either. They don't fit the letters that you like but I thought I would throw them out there.
    Autumn, Mara (the ma is like mama), and Ian.
    I also had names picked out that we didn't use: Abigail, Alexander, Catelyn (I wanted a Cate), Colin, and I like Millie (Mildred) and Gertie (Gertrude like Drew Barrymore from E.T.) but hubby wouldn't do it. I love old names but since I worked with the elderly my husband couldn't name his baby after one of my residents. I loved the idea of it though.
    Can't wait to hear what you like. :)

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  108. hi
    if i have children (someday) i call them neva (girl) and nova (boy)

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  109. Logan - Lauren

    Tate - Tania

    Mason - Morgan

    Preston - Peyton

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  110. Here are the names that popped into my head

    L
    Girls - Lanie, Lorelei
    Boys - Landry, Leighton

    N
    Girls - Natalia, Neve
    Boys - Nelson, Nolan

    E
    Girls - Elle, Ellery, Eden
    Boys - Emery, Errol

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  111. Well my kids names are Riley(girl), Ryder, Lily and Layla and I love those names!

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  112. I like Ashlyn(girl) and Asher(boy)
    I love Landon and Mason for boys names.

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  113. Girls names I like: Nina and Maggie
    Boys names: Lincoln and Ethan

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  114. Ok, since I voted for you having girls...I wanted to to throw out my two girls names: Madison & Mallorie.

    I have two boys as well and can't leave them out: Sam & Grissom

    I know they are not the letters you wanted...*sniff*

    Take care.

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  115. hi! i just popped in here for the first time from 4 giggling monkeys..wow, twins on the way? I guess everyone loves the baby name game so I'll join right in. We're expecting in Dec. with our first (a single, I think) and are finding out the sex next week! Here are the names we're thinking of and I can share it since we don't know each other ;)

    Girls:
    Elliot Ann (can call her Elle or Ellie)
    Chloe Jane
    Avery Jo (can call her Ava)

    Boys:
    Wesley James (can call him Wes)
    Oliver
    Hugh

    good luck keeping those babies in a bit longer!

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  116. Boys:

    Lyndon
    Everett
    Elliott

    Girls:

    Evelynn

    Good luck!

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  117. i like HANNAH AND HADESSA FOR GIRL TWINS.

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  118. These are real people I know with unique names

    Vilas (boy)
    Kasia (girl pronounce Kasha)
    Landon (boy)
    Taylen (boy) but could be girl
    Ridge (boy)
    Asher (boy)
    Maleena (girl)

    have fun!

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  119. Here you go...My sister has triplets (2 g 1 b)Claire, Emma, and Jack. A friend of ours has triplets (2 g 1 b) Anniston, Bailey, and Colllin. As for my own personal preferences (I have 6 Old Testament boys - Daniel, Joshua, Aaron, Jonah, Adam, and Noah) - I like Colton, Caden, Camden, Noah fits your guidlines:)

    Girl names are a bit more tricky for me for obvious reasons but, I like Kylie, Jaden, Genesis, Shiloh.

    Hope the comments make your bedrest go faster:)
    Rachel

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  120. Hi! I found your blog though My Charming Kids, and I couldn't resist putting in my suggestions. I just had my first baby, Charlotte, in February and didn't know her sex beforehand. My husband and I were considering

    Natasha
    Elliot

    So there's an N and an E for you. Good luck!

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  121. Luka and Maya

    Here is the Social Security Admin's baby name site with real statistics about what is popular and what is not. You can go to 2007, choose top 1000 names, and spin through the ones lower on the list for ones that are used but not common.

    http://www.socialsecurity.gov/OACT/babynames/

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  122. "Reeves" is a family name that I love. It is gender neutral too...Just a thought. Will continue to pray for everyone to remain healthy.

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  123. It's so funny we did a baby name post on the same day :)

    I will have to read through yours when I get a chance, you definatly got a lot of help :)

    I am very very excited for you too. I can't wait to know what your having. What do you feel like they are? How are you feeling these day?

    And no, we don't want to go with another A name, I can't keep my kids names strait as it is :)

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  124. Hi Brittany - Great blog! My favorites are:

    Girl - Jane, Johanna, Avy, Natalyn, Nora, Annika, Scotta

    Boy - Graham, Eli, Ollie

    I too have two-year old id. twin boys (Joe and Jack). They were born at 27.5 weeks and doing excellent. Keep up the great work! I think anything over 28 weeks should be hugely celebrated:)

    Sarah

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  125. Hi Brittany - Great blog! My favorites are:

    Girl - Jane, Johanna, Avy, Natalyn, Nora, Annika, Scotta

    Boy - Graham, Eli, Ollie

    I too have two-year old id. twin boys (Joe and Jack). They were born at 27.5 weeks and doing excellent. Keep up the great work! I think anything over 28 weeks should be hugely celebrated:)

    Sarah

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  126. Hi Brittany - Great blog! My favorites are:

    Girl - Jane, Johanna, Avy, Natalyn, Nora, Annika, Scotta

    Boy - Graham, Eli, Ollie

    I too have two-year old id. twin boys (Joe and Jack). They were born at 27.5 weeks and doing excellent. Keep up the great work! I think anything over 28 weeks should be hugely celebrated:)

    Sarah

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  127. I just found this blog if you're interested. http://swistlebabynames.blogspot.com/

    Also, she looks at Baby Name Wizard, a book. Sorry no suggestions, we are making our own list but for one, not two, i wish I was picking two names, maybe next time!

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  128. I know a set of twins that are named - Jack and Carly, which is pretty cute, and also the names Jack and Janie.

    ~Jean
    (FL)

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  129. Hi Brittany!

    I am a mother of an 11 year old girl: Mia and 7 year old triplets: Anya, Sophia and Ian. I love the names we picked.

    I also love the names Holly Christine and Ivy Noel for little girls (maybe I should have had Christmas twin girls!) I like Greta and India also.

    For boys I like Matthew, Samuel and Joel.

    Have fun naming your sweet babies - i am sure they will be just darling and perfectly named!

    -Juliana
    Ohio

    P.S. I had 17 weeks bedrest - so I know your "pain".
    It was so worth it! I got to 37 weeks and brought home 3 healthy babies! Take Care!

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  130. I heard a little boy name that I really like last week. Kamebridge...I would spell it Cambridge like the city...I love that. Also I love...Ella or Emma for a girl, and Ezra or Elijah (Eli) for a boy. Also my sons name Peyton (lol of course)
    others:
    Aiden
    Olivia
    Kai
    Ian
    Aubry
    Zoe
    Madi

    Good luck..I know its hard, I can't imagine naming twins!

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  131. Ok here's my list of favs (Other than the ones I have already used!!)

    Boys:
    Jude
    Kelvin
    Carson
    Spencer
    Simon

    Girls:
    Molly
    Ella
    Rose (Rosie)
    Lily
    Maya
    Sinclair

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  132. I think that hearing of other children's names *who have children who share your boys' names* may be names you'd like... One girlfriend has Greta and Gavin, her little boy is named Gabriel (Gabe) and if she was a girl she would've been named Gentry. I think Gentry and Genevieve would be classy, yet cute, unique yet not wierd. :o) ~Becca

    When are you going to get on here and give your opinions/answer questions??? lol

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  133. wow that's a lot of comments

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  134. So I see that you have gotten a few names, but i thought I would lend my list over.

    Ellie, Ella, Leigh, Lee, Nadia, Noel, and Nate.

    ~Elyse~

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  135. Holy Shmoly! Your comment audience have really upped their ante. Maybe I should try for a 5th, just to get the baby naming crowd over to my place. ;)

    I'm still stickin' with:

    Jack/Oliver
    or
    Norah/Hazel

    ...say it with me now...Jack/Oliver...(there you go)...

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  136. You have so many great ideas. Here are a few more:

    Girls: Adeline, Amelia, Annabelle, Ainsley, Aria, Brynn. Brinley, Aubrey, Bridget, Camille, Chantelle, Delaney, Dominique, Hadley, Ireland, Isla, Ivy, Linley, Landry, Laken, Maren, Neve, Raina, Ruby, Scarlett, Simone, Stella, Tessa

    Boys: Beckett, Bennett, Brecken, Bryce, Callum, Declan, Easton, Finn, Finley, Hudson, Jace, Jett, Julian, Kai, Keegan,Levi,Maddox, Quincy, Quinlan, Roman, Tanner, Tate, Weston, Xavier

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  137. i just stopped by and thought i'd leave a name or 2. my little' guy's name is christian, but his middle name is Phoenix which I love. I also have a Dakota Skye and a Sierra Brooke. The little girl we are adopting is named Nevaeh Grace (Nevaeh is Heaven spelled backwards)

    I've always loved Kai for a boy, but our last name majorally clashes.

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  138. I thought of you tonight when I saw a book at the bookstore with the name Haven on the front cover. It would go with your other 'v' names, but might be too close to Gavin...
    I think I heard on the radio that a celebrity had a baby girl recently that she named Honor. Interesting - especially if you paired it with Haven and could start both names with the same letter, but not have the matchiness of the same sound. I can't decide if I care for that or not....

    What names are your boys pulling for?

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  139. Okay, I'm going to deviate from the N, L, and E names. Jeneva. It's my daughters name, so I'm kind of partial to it. It's not pronounced like Geneva, Switzerland. It's Jen-u-vuh. Does that make sense? It means "purity." Anyway, other girl names: Elle, Ava, Cora, Paige
    Boy names. Hmmm. We always have a hard time with boys names. Our son is Jude. It means "Praise and Thanks." Love. It. Fits him. Also, Levi is a good one, but maybe too common now days. Isaiah if you like another good Biblical name.
    Best wishes to you! Can't wait to hear what the perfect names are!

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  140. Oh yeah, I was going to say, I have aunts who are twins and their names are Laverna and Laverta. Now there are some options for you! Ha!!

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  141. Our little girl's name is Moriah, and we call her Miah as a cute nickname, pronounced with a long "i". Just thought I'd throw that out there for you because you only *wink* got 140 other posts!!! Your baby baby belly is very popular! I enjoy your blog!

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  142. Had such a good time reading through all the suggestions, I had to add a few. There are names that I like, and that come from my family.

    girls:
    Eiler (eye-ler) -- it's a last name, but used as a middle name for a girl in my family; i think it would make a great first name
    Linnea
    Evelyn
    Edith
    Cherith (this one's Biblical - http://www.preaching.com/resources/sermons/11565765/)
    Allison
    Melinda or Mindy
    Valerie
    Katherine (Kate/Katie)
    Rachel
    Rosemary
    Micah (used for a girl in my fam)
    Gabrielle
    Larue
    Ahna
    Sehri
    Molly

    boys:
    Daniel
    Blake
    Joel
    Jackson
    Preston
    Sloan
    Vincent / Vince
    Deacon

    Congrats on your twins, and take care. :)

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  143. I'd love to read all of the comments...but I must get to bed...so I don't know if these have been mentioned or not. My second son's name is Easton and our second daughters name is Gracyn. Not common names here in South Dakota. Our first son's name is Isaac and our second daughter is Madisen.

    Best wishes to you and your family.
    Tracy in South Dakota

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  144. Girls:

    Leilani
    Payton
    Lorelle ( pronounced like the makeup company )
    __________________________________

    Boys:

    Nigel
    Kincade
    Larson

    Good Luck :)

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  145. I'm not going to be sticking to the NLE thing but here are some names.

    Andy
    Tate (boy or girl name)
    Emily
    Sarah
    Maddison (shorten to Maddy)
    Isabelle (Shorten to Izzie)


    Matt
    Jeff
    Tom
    Noah

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  146. i like boy names for girls
    Billy,Samie,Ryan,Tyler
    My daughter is Frankie
    I like Luca for a boy
    My son is Matteo and I love that name

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  147. Hi, I'm such a fan of your page. I have to say, I'm so amazed at all the names your readers have shared with you. All the names I can think of were already taken. So I'll comment with a question LOL!! After some point in time, will you post all the names that you are willing to choose from, from the list of names given above or will you just eventually post the names that you have chosen for your babies? Best of Luck!!

    Thanks & Congrats!!

    Sheila

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  148. If they are girls:
    Gertrude and Bertha...bringing the oldies back!

    Boys:
    Thing 5 and Thing 6...kind of a Dr. Suess deal

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  149. My picks...

    Londyn - girl
    London - boy
    Nate
    Nicola

    Oooohhh...I love picking baby names!

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  150. Girl names - Annabella, Bella, Mila, Gabriella, Sophia, Riley, Cecilia (my absolute favorite), Victoria, Veronica, Elena, Ella, Diana, Samantha, Cynthia, Julia

    (can you tell I like girl names that end in A?)

    Boy names - Gabriel, Christian, Nathanial, Stanley

    Good luck picking!

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  151. Long time reader far away from Italy *shy*

    I love E,L and N names too.
    Here are my suggestions:

    Girl- Elise,Eleanor,Lauren,Sophia,Nadia (that's my name and I love it)

    Boy- Noah,Elliot,Ethan,Lucas,Isaac.

    Praying for your little ones,
    'N.

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  152. Hi, Brittany -- I found your blog this week and I love it! I have three little men of my own. ;)

    I love names too... here are some I like:

    Boys:
    Rory (has that California/surfer/skater/lacrosse boy feel to it)
    Jasper
    Calvin (Cal)
    Peter (Pete)

    Girls:
    I could kind of go on for days, since I have a stack of them I never needed!
    Eleanor (Ellie)
    Anne (I just love Annie)
    Gemma
    Piper
    Sabine (Sabina)
    Sabrina
    Audrey

    I love the Crash Test Dummies soundtrack on your blog... I hadn't listened to them in forever, and they remind me so much of college (I am a little bit older than you)!

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  153. I've only got more boy names:
    Crew
    Fischer
    Tate
    Ford
    Truman
    Knox
    My twin boys are Luke and Sam and for the life of me we can't pick for boy #3. I don't want something so plain but husband wants something solid. We are thinking of one of the above. Husband likes Truman and Oliver. I like Tate and Knox.
    Sorry no help if they are girls. Hang in there with the bedrest. I was on hospital bedrest for 6 weeks and boys were born at 34. Best of luck!!

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  154. My girls are Elise, Nina, and Addison, so there's an E and an N for you!! :)

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  156. Hi, I'm such a fan of your page. I have to say, I'm so amazed at all the names your readers have shared with you. All the names I can think of were already taken. So I'll comment with a question LOL!! After some point in time, will you post all the names that you are willing to choose from, from the list of names given above or will you just eventually post the names that you have chosen for your babies? Best of Luck!!

    Thanks & Congrats!!

    Sheila

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  157. I'm not sticking with your letters, but what about:

    For girls: Blair, Brynn, Bronwyn or Bronte

    For boys: Harrison, Daniel, Walton, or Shane

    Best of luck to you!

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  158. I like the names :
    Girls:
    Isabella(Bella for short)&Hannah

    Boys:
    Oliver(Ollie for short& Edward.... I would never shorten the name Edward.....I don't really like the sound of Ed...or Eddie....but I like the name Edward.

    hope this helps!!
    :]

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  159. Truly this comment is because I wanted to be #170 - ha!

    I love, love, love picking out baby names. It's one of the best things of a pregnancy besides the amazing little one(s) growing inside you of course.

    It's cool that you and your hubby wait to see the babies before you name them. It think I've told you this before but me & my hubby are totally opposite of you. We want to have a name before we go to the hospital. We were sweating it w/Jericho b/c I only had 4 weeks left and we still didn't have a name picked out! Too funny! Oh and we don't tell anyone till the baby is here. That is the best part!

    Can't wait to hear the names.

    Will you let your boys have a say in the babies names?

    Tarah

    I'm going to have to star this post so I can come get name ideas next time we are expecting.

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  160. I pop in occasionally and never comment but I had to get in on the baby name action....

    boy...
    Nolan,Nicholas
    Liam , Lennon
    Ewan

    girl...
    Nadia , N
    Larissa , Lila
    Eleana , Elisha ( I REALLY LIKE THIS ONE!)

    and unrealated to the NLE...

    Addison... that is my girl name that I have yet to be able to use : )

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  161. Hi Brittany,
    Your "4 little Men" are just beautiful! And BTW you look AMAZING!

    My daughters name is Madelyn Grace and my sons name is Kellen Jeffrey.

    Kellen means "mighty Warrior" in Irish...I just love that is different but not weird. I get a lot of compliments on his name.

    Here are some more names I really like that I am considering for the twins I am expecting... (I just found out today)! :)

    Hadley-girl
    Kennedy- girl
    Delaney-girl
    Cole- boy
    Colton- boy.

    Good luck!

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  162. for a boy I like:

    stratton
    weston
    maddox
    &
    aiden

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Thank you for blessing me with your words!

Brittany