I really need 3 beautiful matching girls names! TRIPLETS!

Juliet - posted on 10/25/2011 ( 192 moms have responded )

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I am having triplets and need 3 girls names, i am single and cant decide!

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JuLeah - posted on 10/25/2011

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Single parent of Trips ... and worried about names? I am thinking you have bigger issues :)

I do hope you have support and backup - put that in your life now if you don't yet have it ..... wow -

Okay, names... I am not much for names that rhyme, but themes are fun - Jade, Amber, Jasper, Jewel, Ruby .....

Or, nature themes, or ... whatever

Maybe wait with a pocket full of ideas untill they are born then fit them with a name

Krista - posted on 10/25/2011

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Do they have to match? You'll have a much easier time if you just pick three names you like, instead of trying to make them all matchy-matchy.

Melissa - posted on 11/06/2011

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Talk to the father not a public chat sight. Short of not being amongst the living you are in for a very hard life if you don't find away to be polite and friendly with the father of your children. The village can't do much if they only have half of a hole to work with. If the father has passed, I am sorry for your loss, turn to his family I am sure they would love to be part of their grandchildren’s lives.

Krista - posted on 11/06/2011

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Congratulations on your healthy babies, Juliet. And I think you've picked lovely names.

Thanks everybody, for posting.

Candy - posted on 10/28/2011

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LOL....I am going to say just one thing...DO NOT name your child CANDY!! My parents named me Candy, not Candace...but Candy.

And growing up with that name really BITES!!!! Way too many BAD nicknames!!

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Sherri - posted on 11/06/2011

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Congratulations I love all the names and think Millicent is very pretty.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/06/2011

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Congratulations. But Millicent? No offense

Juliet - posted on 11/06/2011

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Babys have arrived! 20 days early.... not great but very heaalthy anyway.
1st came- Addelaide Mary Rose 7g 6oz
2nd came- Annalise Isabelle Mae 6g 9oz
3rd came- Millicent Cicely Faith 7g 4oz

Thankyou so much for all who have suggested names, every name was thought through thurrully! Thanks again! much appriecated

Juliet

Juliet - posted on 11/06/2011

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Babys have arrived! 20 days early.... not great but very heaalthy anyway.
1st came- Addelaide Mary Rose 7g 6oz
2nd came- Annalise Isabelle Mae 6g 9oz
3rd came- Millicent Cicely Faith 7g 4oz

Thankyou so much for all who have suggested names, every name was thought through thurrully! Thanks again! much appriecated

Juliet

Sharen - posted on 11/05/2011

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wow! Congratulations! As a twin, I can say that names that rhyme are hard. Mine is Sharen and my twin is Karen and all we ever really heard was the "aren" part. Also, my twin nieces are Jolie and Chloe which do not roll off the tongue easily together. That being said, you might want to pick some favorite girl names and just look at the babies after they are born to decide. I did that with one of my sons and just instantly knew which name he fit best. There are a lot of Abbies right now. Old names seem to be back such as Kathy and Susan. As a teacher, I am drawn to names, so choose carefully.

Kyla - posted on 11/04/2011

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I have 3 girls and 1 boy. All the girls have A names. Ashely Catherine, Arielle Faith and Avalyn Mariah. My boy has a B name. Brodie James.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/04/2011

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IMO Matching names are great for dogs, cats and other things that won't ever complain. However they aren't great for kids. My mom and her sisters are Kathleen (older sister) Beverly (my mom) and Marlene (younger sister). My husband has identical twin cousins who are named Crystal and Jennifer. I went to school with Identical twins named Carla and Rachel.

Matching your names might seem cute when your children are babies. But it will really annoy your children later on since they won't have much of an identity. Also instead of asking random strangers I would suggest looking names up yourself. I wouldn't allow just anyone to name my girls. I didn't even let my older daughter's father to use the name he wanted for her.

JC'S - posted on 11/04/2011

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Hi Juliet,



First I want to say Congratulations on your three beautiful blessings :) Do you prefer that the first letter is the same in all three? If no, how about Eileen, Jaileen, Marlene (or Marleen)? I really like Sarah-Anne Vandermeulen-Zils's suggestion: Faith, Hope and/or Joy. Good Luck!!

Morgan - posted on 11/03/2011

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Ella, Bella, Stella :)
Kaylee, Haylee and Baylee
Grace, Hope, Joy
Ella, Emmy, Elise

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/03/2011

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babynames dot com is what I use to name fictional characters. A friend of mine said she wouldn't even ask strangers to help name her pets let alone a baby

Sherri - posted on 11/03/2011

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Although I don't either each to their own. I think they are just looking for some different ideas is all.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/03/2011

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I don't understand the allure of asking total strangers to name your kids. Why not just google and ask relatives instead?

Sherri - posted on 11/03/2011

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@Meggy I can't that is against the rules, I can get booted for doing that. Hence why it was on the thread.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/03/2011

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When I named my girls I went with what the names meant to me. My older daughter has my middle name and my younger daughter is named after a great aunt and my maternal grandma.

~♥Little Miss - posted on 11/03/2011

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I don't remember who suggested it, but I know it was earlier in the thread, but I liked someones suggestion to follow the trend of Shakespeare names. Like Ophelia, LOVE THAT NAME! That was on our list of names.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/03/2011

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Juliet, have you picked something yet? And by the way when are you due?

Irma - posted on 11/03/2011

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And one more: We didn't plan it this way, but it worked out for us - we have 5 people in our family and we have I, J, K, L and M. I sign our letters like that! If we'd had anymore children we would have moved on to an N name, LOL!

Irma - posted on 11/03/2011

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I forgot another idea for moms of multiples: Your babies are refered to as "Baby A, Baby B, and Baby C" on ultrasound and by doctors, so why not name them names that start with their letter? Baby A, could be Abigail (for example), baby B could be Bethany and Baby C could be Catherine. :-)

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/03/2011

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Sherri, I'm a grown woman just like you, I don't need someone to chastize me for being annoyed by people asking complete strangers to name their children. If you have an issue with my posts. PM me next time. Don't bring it into the thread.

Sherri - posted on 11/03/2011

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She may not have known that Meggy, no need to be so rude. She is new I just went and looked at her profile.

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/03/2011

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Go to the opening and start a new thread. It's bad manners to hijack people's threads.

Erin - posted on 11/02/2011

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I am a single mom of twins, and I had the same fun and indecision. I settled on Alexander and Zoey...from A to Z:) And they start with the same sound since I call Alexander, Xander...but on to you...Cassidy, Cally and Caroline "Cara"...have fun playing. Ask for lots of help, accept it when it is offered, rest when they do, and don't be afraid to do your own thing. All articles will tell you to feed them on the same schedule...I almost had a nervous breakdown trying this since both of my babies have reflux...Try pulling the bottle out of one's mouth to burp the other...good things do not happen.:) I finally started staggering feedings and was much happier. I was feeding for more time, but was much less stressed and had some one on one time with each. I didn't have triple

Jenni - posted on 11/02/2011

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How about Mercedes, Meela, and Maraya. Or Asa Starr, Audrina Rose, and Autumn Skye. Another set could be Serenity, Shantae, and Shavonne.

Christi - posted on 11/02/2011

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wow what an amzing blessing I hope you have lots of friends and family for support as a single mom you need it. For girls names it's truly all about what you love, and I love the names Saylah, Sarah, Savanah

♥♪Megan♫♥ - posted on 11/01/2011

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Summer, Autumn and September. Because both seasons are in that month.

Tracy - posted on 11/01/2011

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Ok my children's name are Michael Antony. Monee' Alissia and Myia Anis. Of course everyone gets called the wrong name or I might say you the one I'm looking at. but I like riley or rilee anne, raya or rayah arreail, rayanna just saying

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Arabella, Isabella, Clairibella ...
Elina, Elora, Elany..
McKenna, McKenzie, McKayla
My three girls have totally different names. Good luck!

Pamela - posted on 10/31/2011

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Angel, Alicia, Anita

Bonita, Beverly Beatrice

Candice, Carlita, Carmela

Deidre, Donna, Desiree



Be very careful. I named my 1st and 2nd sons names that started with the letter "M", and I was forever mixing their names up. Still do sometimes and one is now 42 and the other 33. Go figure. Maybe matching names might not be the best idea. Think about it.

Angel - posted on 10/31/2011

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Faith, Hope, Joy and even Charity
I knew a set of three girls whose names were Faith Hope and Charity and I always remembered them and thought their parents must have really loved them to name them with something with such a positive meaning. I bet it gave them a step up emotionally and something to live up to that is encouraging. :) The best to you! Wishing you faith, hope and joy with your new little ones! :)

Krista - posted on 10/31/2011

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LOL @ Irma. I do the EXACT same thing!!! The "Supreme Court Justice" test is one I've recommended to many a friend.

Tara - posted on 10/31/2011

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Mia. Tia. Pia. :)
short, simple, and adorable!!! My babies have simple names (Sam, Anna , Jill) and it's been very nice!!!

Irma - posted on 10/30/2011

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Wow! It would seem you've been over-run with suggestions, but I'll add mine too :-)

Here is how we decided on our daghter's name: It must be beatiful and feminine, but work after "Chief Supreme Court Justice ..."! No joke! Chief Supreme Court Justice Bunny Rae? Chief Supreme Court Justice Candy Ann? See... it works, LOL!

Our daughter ended up being Larissa Elise. Chief Supreme Court Justice Larissa Elise. :-)

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