Let's talk twin baby names!
Finding the perfect name for just one baby can be fun and bewildering at the same time.
the perfect TWIN baby names...Well,
perhaps you'll have more of a struggle! You may even want to find out
what you're having first so you don't have to come up with too many
Although, some parents do enjoy the surprise of not knowing and may have easily settled on the names to begin with. Those parents probably will not be visiting this particular page! But, for the rest of you soon-to-be parents of twins here are some helpful, fun, and interesting ideas to get you started on the quest for your ideal twin baby names.
Choosing baby names for twins that start with the same letter seems to
be the most popular preference. And it's probably the most
straightforward way to keep a bit of similarity between twin names.
Examples: Jacob & Joshua, Madison & Matthew, Hailey & Hannah.
Another common choice, these names will typically sound
very similar or even rhyme. They may or may not start with the same
Examples of names that sound similar: Taylor & Tyler, Jade & Jayden, Christian & Christopher, Megan & Morgan, Ava & Olivia, DeeAnn & AnnDee.
Examples of names that rhyme: Jason & Mason, Zoe & Chloe, Jayden & Hayden, Zane & Cain, Sage & Gage.
You can get truly creative here. By rearranging the letters of one
name, you will essentially have two names with the same letters that
sound totally different. And if you think out of the box a bit you can
produce some really fun, unique twin names.
Examples: Myra & Mary, Alan & Lana, Lacey & Alyce, Evan & Neva.
There are not many names that work easily with this concept. But it is a distinctive way to go about naming twins.
Examples: Heaven & Nevaeh, Aidan & Nadia, Noel & Leon.
This variety of names will have either the same meaning or be different
names for the same type of thing. Sound confusing? Just look at some
of the examples.
Examples of names with the same meaning: Corinne & Corrina (both mean maiden in Greek), Chad & Kellie (both mean warrior in Celtic and Irish), Brian & Carl (both mean strong in Celtic and Old English).
Examples of names for the same type of thing: Rose & Daisy (both types of flowers), Aspen & Laurel (both types of trees), River & Sky (both types of things in nature).
The sky’s the limit when you just want to choose two names for your
twins that you are particularly keen on. Certainly, many parents will
go this route.
Examples: Dion & Sherry, Michael & Lola, Frank & Kevin, Marie & Pheobe.
The Social Security Administration gathers information every year to compile their most popular baby names as well as twin baby names. It's fun to check out. You can even search the top names for each state and by year too! If you want ideas, it's a great way to get started.
Always remember, you will find the perfect names for your children. Sometimes you have to shut out the opinions of everyone else and go with what makes sense for your own family. There will always be people out there who want to have a say or give their two cents. Just take it all with a grain of salt.
Apr 03, 20 01:55 PM
Breastfeeding twins together was an interesting experience for me, to say the least. My milk supply, scheduling, positioning, etc. were all different than nursing my singleton.
Mar 29, 20 02:29 PM
aving trouble telling your infant twins apart? Here's where the beauty of nailpolish comes in.
Mar 29, 20 02:19 PM
There are many baby monitors available these days. It may be an extra handy piece of equipment when you have twins, so you'll want to choose one wisely.