Picky Parents BNG

To Play:

1-Posts a set of criteria that the [imaginary] parents want for the baby name.
2-Thinks of a name then posts another set of criteria.

eg.

1-The name must have connection to the sea, middle should be vintage but not old ladyish and must go with her sisters name Marina Gwendoline
2-Pearl Morwenna

The name must be less than 8 letters long, the middle should honor the grandparent [Margaret] and must not contain the letter A.

[name]Lilah[/name] [name]Meg[/name]

The name must be 6 letters long, and must start and end with A, and the middle name must start with Z, and be less than 5 letters long.

[name]Austin[/name] [name]Zane[/name]

The name must be meaningful to a family who have battled through a tragic car accident in the pregnancy that left the wife paralysed, first name should be in the top 100 and middle name should be longer than 6 letters.

[name]Hunter[/name] [name]Nicholas[/name] ([name]Nick[/name] was the name of the man who rescued the family from the car on the side of the highway.)

This family is expecting a son. The first name should be longer than 7 letters and contain at least two nicknames. The middle name should start with the same letter it ends with.

[name]Sebastian[/name] [name]Heath[/name] “[name]Seb[/name] or Bass”

The [name]Holden[/name] Family are expecting TWINS!! [name]One[/name] boy and one girl. [name]Emilia[/name] wants their children to have Hebrew first names to honour her family and [name]Maxwell[/name] wants the children to have beautiful vintage middle names.

[name]Uri[/name] [name]Alfred[/name]
[name]Dalia[/name] [name]Beatrice[/name]

[name]Tanya[/name] and [name]Eric[/name] [name]Perkins[/name] are expecting a little baby girl! [name]Eric[/name] wants a 2 syllable feminine middle name for his daughter, but resents all names ending in ‘a’. [name]Tanya[/name] is a little more open, and simply wants a color first name.

[name]Jemima[/name] [name]Clementine[/name] & [name]Isaac[/name] [name]Barnaby[/name]

[name]Claire[/name] McMullins and [name]Jeremy[/name] [name]Carter[/name] when [name]Claire[/name] turned up at his office for a basket weaving class having read the map wrong. They are expecting a baby girl. [name]Claire[/name] would like a name to honor her Irish heritage but [name]Jeremy[/name] would like something a little more off the map. The babies name have two middle names which honor the parents first names. [name]Claire[/name] has synesthesia and dislikes the letter h so this letter must be avoided.

Sorry I took too long this is pinkcandle’s answer. Please use my new desciption on the previous post.

[name]Tanya[/name] and [name]Eric[/name] [name]Perkins[/name] have an [name]Ebony[/name] [name]Charlotte[/name] [name]Perkins[/name].

[name]Abbey[/name] [name]Clarice[/name] [name]Jemma[/name] [I took “off the map” literally, there are several towns in [name]Ireland[/name] called [name]Abbey[/name].]

[name]Lucy[/name] and [name]Floyd[/name] Dargus are expecting twin girls. Their first names must come from mountain ranges. They each have two middle name, the first must have a vintage feel and the second must be quirky and short. They prefer not to use names that start with D, but will tolerate a name beginning with that letter as the first middle name only.

[name]Rocky[/name] [name]Felicia[/name] [name]Nell[/name] (aaah this one was hard) & [name]Atlas[/name] [name]Nora[/name] [name]Finch[/name]

[name]Maxine[/name] and [name]Phillip[/name] run a pizza shop in [name]London[/name]. They do not want a name that has a vintage, dated or a historical feel and would like something modern. They do not want anything outrageous like coffee/curry and nothing very popular. The middle name needs to mean happy/happiness. They do not want a name starting with their initials.

[name]Jaslene[/name] [name]Bliss[/name]

[name]Keira[/name] [name]Turner[/name] is expecting a baby boy with her fiance, [name]Brad[/name] [name]Gallagher[/name], who was recently killed in Afghanistan. [name]Keira[/name] wants to somehow honor her husband’s service to his country with her son’s first name. His middle name should be classic, but uncommon and have at least 7 letters.

[name]Gallagher[/name] [name]Frederick[/name]

[name]Baby[/name] girl with a first name having something to do with nature and a middle name that honors her grandmothers, [name]Johanna[/name] [name]Mae[/name] and [name]Belinda[/name] [name]Rose[/name]

[name]Willow[/name] Annarose

[name]Baby[/name] girl that should have unique flower name (So not [name]Rose[/name]) that is at least three syllables. The middle name should start and begin with the same letter and at least two syllables.

Leilani Aria

First name must be Japanese and be only one syllable. Middle name should be honored after the great grandmother (Diana Katherine) but without an “I”.

[name]Mae[/name] [name]Deanna[/name]

First name must start with A and 7 letters long. Middle name should be simple, and start with a J.

[name]Aurelia[/name] [name]June[/name]

First name must be a flower with 2 or more syllables, middle name must be vintage and start with a C.

[name]Lily[/name] [name]Catarina[/name]

[name]Josephine[/name] and [name]Eric[/name] [name]Douglas[/name] are expecting a daughter on Halloween. They want her first name to be symbolic of her due date. She will have two middle names to honor her grandmothers, [name]Sandra[/name] and [name]Barbara[/name].

[name]Blair[/name] [name]Alessandra[/name] Bairbre

[name]Eleanor[/name] [name]Sage[/name] and [name]Augustus[/name] [name]James[/name] Waters are expecting twins, 1 boy and one girl. They want the first names to reflect their love of literature and their middle names to reflect their shared Irish heritage.

[name]Holden[/name] [name]Blaine[/name] and [name]Briana[/name] [name]Maeve[/name].

[name]Allison[/name] [name]Jane[/name] and [name]Robbie[/name] Andrews are expecting twin girls. They don’t want the names to be too similar (ie. [name]Rosa[/name] and [name]Rosie[/name]), but they do want the names to flow well and sound good together. They like relatively familiar but not popular names. They want the names to feel new and exciting without being tacky and futuristic.

[name]Maxine[/name] [name]Anya[/name] and [name]Melody[/name] [name]Sienna[/name].

[name]Lucy[/name] [name]Matilda[/name] and [name]Matthew[/name] [name]Alexander[/name] are expecting their first daughter. Her first name shouldn’t be in the top 2000 and should have three syllables. For the middle name, it should be something that honors their shared history major.