Maisie Emerson and Talon Darius
Marco and Anton (Bella, Georgia)
Tevita William Gary and Tevita Leonardo Enzo (Arabella)
Aenid Anne (Felicity, Elise)
Angel Crystal (Summer, Orlando)
Annabelle Grace Elshadai
Arya Matisse (Layne)
Emerald Alea (Amber)
Jocelyn Ann (Jenni, Jayden)
Kahlea Nicole (Kyle)
Pepi Patricia (Maisy, Mac, Louis)
Serendipity Joan (Lorelai)
Sydney Glenys (Ebony)
Valentina Pauline (Rory)
Vaydah Angel (Tajiah, Harlee)
Willow Alice Twiggy (Cosby, Star)
Albert Ronald (Chantilly)
Alfie Olivier (William)
Hector Ross (Cody, Jackson, Oliver)
Jordie Craig (Charlie, Indie)
Kevin Patrick (Deklin, Abby)
Odyn Gregory (Oskar)
Stefan Loui (Alessia)
Tanachok James (Em, Irena)
Tobias Kenneth “Toby”
Tyson Jet (Toby)
Will Stephen Morrell
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Do you know why the twins are both named tevita?
And I love the name Seren, but serendipity seems a little too much.
It didn’t say in the birth notice, but I have noticed that sometimes people will have a traditional Islander name for their first name (Tevita is the Fijian form of David), but be called by their “English” name in the middle.
It never occurred to me that this meant that twins could actually have the same first name, but yeah, I guess they can. Now that’s matchy!
I remember in the interview with Angie from Upswing Baby Names that she had a great admiration for the name Serendipity, but did find it “too much” to use herself. It is a beautiful name, I must say, even if extravagant.
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Awkward Turtle said:
Maisie and Talon? It sounds like they expect their daughter to primly hold tea parties while their son fights wild beasts.
I’m not sure that’s the image that most Australians attach to those names; I think they’re just names …