So many good results, it was hard to narrow down . Thanks to everyone who participated in the first part. Here is the next round, have fun!
Beck Finnegan and Junie Sage welcomed a beautiful little girl named Daisy Ray this past summer. They found out they were expecting their second child, a boy, and became thrilled. Beck and Junie would like his name to start with a D to match Daisy. His middle name should give summery vibes.
DD: Daisy Ray (MadyMae)
Matthew Christopher and Jessica Ashley grew up tired of being one of many in their classes. Their son Celestin has a very unique name, and his middle name is also quite unheard of next to all the James’ many boys have as middles. For their son on the way, they’d like to give him a name that is not common and is not heard very frequently. Jessica also wants to make sure it flows nicely next to Celestin Howl.
DS: Celestin Howl (pisces.rising)
Finley Parker and Elliot Cree were thrilled to welcome little Riley Morgan through adoption. This time, they are adopting internationally from India, but they do not know the sex of the child yet. They’d like to have a unisex first name to flow with Finley, Elliot, and Riley, and they’d like an Indian name to honor the soon-to-be born baby’s heritage.
DS: Riley Morgan (EllArePea)
DD or DS:
Casper Ellis John and Nimue Florence Anne recently welcomed twins Frankie and Bram when they discovered they were pregnant again! This time, they are expecting a daughter, and they’d love for her first name to be vintage, with a nickname possibility. Her first middle name should end in a “s” sound, just like her parents middle names Ellis and Florence. Her second middle name should pay homage to Casper’s sister Leonora Alice Clarimond.
DD/DS: Frances Dorothy Charlotte “Frankie” / Ambrose Henry Robert “Bram” (EagleEyes & VEL)
Huxley Cairo and Valeria Carmen are expecting a son to join their daughter Lola. It took a while, but they finally compromised on Lola due to its Spanish feel and trendy nature. They’d like the same for their son: a name that’s well balanced between Valeria’s Argentinian heritage and Huxley’s preference of trending names. His middle name should start with a C.
DD: Lola Catalina (regionlatbest)