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Thread: Baby Names / Twin Trouble, One of Each Sex, No Names for Either.
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Wednesday, April 09, 2008

2:14:59 AM

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  Twin Trouble, One of Each Sex, No Names for Either.
  I am Seven months gone with twins, one girl one boy. and still have no name for each. I Have Two boys already Called Justin and Jay, and one girl called Phoenix.

I am Personally liking colors as middle names and so far i have 
Pheobe Pink and Jerome Blue, but every one i speak to hates the idea.Maybe you have guessed that i like the idea of all my boys begining with J and my Girls starting with P. What are your veiws. Do you have anything better ???
All ideas are welcome. I am running out of time as i go in to have my c-section on may 1st. Im running out of time. Help !!!!!

Gina,
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Friday, April 11, 2008

9:51:53 PM

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  Re: Twin Trouble, One of Each Sex, No Names for Either.
  i personally would hate to be named after a colour... i dont think its a good idea.
for a girl though you could use pearl as a name, thats quite pretty.
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Monday, April 28, 2008

8:56:52 PM

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  Re: Twin Trouble, One of Each Sex, No Names for Either.
  Peyton Rose would be somewhat of a compromise with a middle name that is technicallya color but also a name.    However, I like Peyton Elizabeth better.  Phoebe is cute but, to me, pink doesn't really flow very well.  Jackson is a nice contemporary "J" name and I don't know about blue.  I went to school with someone named Bleu.  Still pronounced the same but spelled differently.  Anyways, don't know if these suggestions appeal to you but good luck on your big day in only 3 days.
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