the names im considering

first and middle
for girls: sydney elizebeth, hawthorn(need middle name)
for boys:cullen liam , edward jacob
please give feedback what do you guys think!!!

I think you’re a Twilight fan :slight_smile:

[name]Sydney[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name] - [name]Sydney[/name] feels dated to me, I’m afraid, but [name]Elizabeth[/name] is gorgeous (although popular) in the middle.

[name]Hawthorn[/name] - I quite like this, simply because it is so unusual, but I think the thorny feeling makes it too prickly for a real child.

[name]Cullen[/name] [name]Liam[/name] - the two-syllable repetition doesn’t do wonders for the flow, and while [name]Cullen[/name] sounds nice, in my opinion it has been made too trendy by the Twilight books.

[name]Edward[/name] [name]Jacob[/name] - two-syllable repetion, and while both are great names, together they scream Twilight.

Have you considered using some of the girls’ names from the books? [name]Alice[/name] and [name]Esme[/name] are both lovely classics.

Other nature names (like [name]Hawthorn[/name]) :
[name]Rose[/name] (and variations - you may like [name]Rosalie[/name]!)


Good luck!

I like [name]Edward[/name] [name]Jacob[/name]. I also like [name]Elizabeth[/name] and [name]Cullen[/name].

I like them all, though they are all very twilight-esque

[name]Just[/name] a reminder, [name]Bella[/name] was going to name her baby [name]Edward[/name] [name]Jacob[/name]-- “E.J.”-- if it was a boy! I love [name]Edward[/name] on its own, but [name]Jacob[/name] is too popular! [name]Love[/name] [name]Elizabeth[/name], too, and there are so many nn possibilities that she can make it her own!

Well the boy’s names you’ve picked are clearly from Twilight!

As long as you know that the main names from the book are bound to get pretty popular, and you are okay with the fact that most people’s reactions will be “Oh, like from Twilight?”, then go ahead and use them. They are beautiful names in and of themselves.

(Although after reading the other poster’s comment that [name]Edward[/name] [name]Jacob[/name] is directly from the books, I think you might want to try a different combo. A literary reference is always great but direct copying is a little bit much. [name]Do[/name] you like the mns switched?: [name]Edward[/name] [name]Liam[/name] and [name]Cullen[/name] [name]Jacob[/name]?)

The girls names feel like they clash with your boys names (boys= masculine, classic and austere, girls= unisex, unique and trendy).

[name]Sydney[/name] only ever makes me think of Australia, and it has never seemed feminine to me. That is just my opinion though!

[name]Hawthorn[/name] is just too harsh for a girl, [name]IMO[/name]. For a boy I actually think it’s a very cool name.
Would you consider using [name]Hawthorn[/name] with one of your boy’s names? Or for a mn?
[name]Edward[/name] [name]Hawthorn[/name] sounds rather distinguished.

I suppose if you are really stuck on it for a girl, it may possibly work as in the mn spot. [name]Elizabeth[/name] [name]Hawthorn[/name] perhaps?

Here are some other ideas for girl’s names that might hit your style:


Girl’s names that I think go with your boy’s names:

Good luck to you!