Chloe Marylin and Wesley Reginald
Kade Dean and Rylan Charles
Mali and Sierra-Leone
Ayla Sulana-Jean (Charlotte, Jack)
Belinda Emily (Jessica)
Henley Jane (Isabella)
Elsie Margaret (Hunter, Milla)
Estelle Francesca (Rylan)
Georgina Rose (Matilda Dolly)
Iona Elizabeth (William)
Katerina (Emmanuel, Angela, Vassiliki)
Madison Jude (Kadence)
Molly Amelia Mae
Wilma Grace (Alice)
Boston Jagger Gordon
Chace Less (Abby, Brodie)
Dexter John (Roxanna)
Eddie Ryder (Jamie, Layla)
Fletcher Marcus (Jameson Ronald)
Franklin Haydn (Max, Eleanor)
George Hindley Francis
Jock William (Isobel)
Roman James (Scarlett)
Sidney Desmond (Angus)
Sonny Abel (Noah)
Taidhg Riley (Naisen, Lewis)
Tate Cullen (Bodie)
Zander Zayne (Amaya)
(Picture shows a young player from the Redfern All Blacks, the oldest Aboriginal Rugby League Football Club in the country, believed to date back to the 1930s; photo from the Sydney Morning Herald)
I was pleasantly surprised to see Wilma, I think it’s kind of sweet, though I prefer Velma.
It’s one of those names that definitely seem ready for a come-back.
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Blue Juniper said:
Loving Jameson & Fletcher as a sibset!
I thought that was quite handsome too – two nice surnames that aren’t common or very rare either.
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I really like twins Mali and Sierra-Leone. As place names, I find them to be unexpected and I think they work really well. They are a tad matchy I suppose for twins, but I’m still a fan.
Favorite girl: Luella Joan
Favorite boy: Fidelis
Favorite sibset: Max, Eleanor, & Franklin
I feel sure that there is a story behind the names Mali and Sierra-Leone! Unusual, but both names are still very much on trend.