twin brother for Beverly Maylee....

thought so far
beverly and jody
beverly and jude

need name…

I would think that [name]Jody[/name] was a girl, especially paired with [name]Beverly[/name]. I’m not a fan of [name]Jude[/name] (although I know I’m in the minority on that among nameberrians). Is the J significant or just a coincidence?
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Jonah[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Joshua[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Jeremy[/name] (maybe too rhyme-y)
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Jonathan[/name]

Wow! [name]Beverly[/name] is certainly quite vintage. I applaud you for your bravery in choosing such a name for your daughter, and I like that you are thinking outside of the “21st Century Name Box.” However, I think you should consider [name]Beverly[/name] [name]May[/name] rather than [name]Beverly[/name] Maylee, as Maylee and [name]Beverly[/name] rhyme. To me, [name]Beverly[/name] Maylee is like naming a daughter [name]Sarah[/name] [name]Cara[/name].

For a twin brother, you might choose something like [name]Douglas[/name], [name]James[/name], [name]Donald[/name], [name]Frank[/name] (or [name]Francis[/name]), [name]Brian[/name], [name]Keith[/name], [name]Jeffrey[/name], or [name]Timothy[/name]…

[name]LOVE[/name] [name]Beverly[/name]!!!

[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Jasper[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Arthur[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Frederick[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Philip[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Roger[/name]

I would assume [name]Jude[/name] was a girl with [name]Beverly[/name] not sure why, also another vote for [name]Beverly[/name] [name]May[/name].

[name]Beverly[/name] & [name]Malcolm[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] & [name]Allan[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] & [name]Kevin[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] & [name]John[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] & [name]Neil[/name]

I don’t think that [name]Beverly[/name] is in style. It may come back after a while.

[name]Beverly[/name] and…

I love [name]Beverly[/name]! [name]Bravo[/name].
[name]Jody[/name] is a definite no-no for a boy. Far, far too feminine.
[name]Jude[/name] is great, but I [name]LOVE[/name] [name]Judah[/name]. [name]Jude[/name] could always be a nn.

Other J possibilities that come to mind are


[name]Beverly[/name] is fun. I agree that [name]Beverly[/name] Maylee may be pushing it. They seem a little too close.
[name]Jody[/name] is a girl. [name]Jude[/name] is a cute name, but not my first pick to go with [name]Beverly[/name].
If you are set on a J, I think
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Jame[/name] (Not [name]James[/name], just [name]Jame[/name])
if not:
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Lewis[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Arthur[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Barron[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]William[/name]
[name]Beverly[/name] and [name]Harris[/name]

First of all, I love [name]Beverly[/name]! It was my favorite name until I got married and now I have a last name that rhymes (starts with B ends in i and is 3 syllables). And I know I’m the odd one out here but I think of [name]Jody[/name] as a boy’s name only because my mom collected [name]Jan[/name] Hagara ornaments and one of the boys was [name]Jody[/name]. I didn’t know any real life Jodys. Having said that, I do think it sounds very feminine and I vote for [name]Jude[/name]. Although I also like the suggestions of [name]Judah[/name] and [name]Jonah[/name]. Oh and I also second the suggestion of [name]Beverly[/name] [name]May[/name]. Good luck!

Another vote for [name]Beverly[/name] [name]May[/name]

Some suggestions for the boy:

I do like [name]Beverly[/name] [name]May[/name] (or [name]Mae[/name]), but going against the grain, I love [name]Jody[/name]! [name]Jody[/name] is actually the real name of my favorite uncle, though he goes by [name]Joe[/name], but I think [name]Bev[/name] and [name]Joe[/name] (if you were to go that route with nns) is adorable. Also, I love [name]Jude[/name]/[name]Judah[/name], [name]Jonah[/name], [name]Julian[/name], [name]Jeffrey[/name], [name]Julius[/name], and any other “out there” J name. Congrats!