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    I named my twins what I thought were not very popular names... 5 years on they are consistently appearing in the top 100 lists, and you even have one yourself (Beau).

    We chose our daughters name because we thought it was nice and simple, and not too popular.. and then found out it was number 10 for girls names' last year

    My point being, it doesn't matter really if a name is popular, right? It just means more chances of the child having personalised products

    I really like Evie, Emma and Lucy from your list. Maybe head on over to nymblar.com and enter those names and see what it suggests based on that?

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    Lucy and Evie or Lucy and Hannah

    I love Lily and Lucy for twin girls!

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    Lily and Evie. Also love the suggestion of your son picking a name.

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    Lily and Hannah gets my vote, also Lily and Emma.

    Goodluck!

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    Lucy and Evie or Emma and Lucy

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    Oh how exciting having 2 choose two names, congrats on your twins!! I am a bit biased and love Emma as that is my DD's name. I thought it was a really popular name but she is the only girl in the whole of kindy (4 classes) with that name. I also love Sienna and Lucy. Charlotte was also on my list until someone mentioned "Charlotte the Harlot" I am sure whatever you choose you will love. I think it is a good idea if hubby picks one and you pick one if you can't both decide.

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    I named my oldest daughter Jody. She is now 16 and we have never come across another Jody in all those years. She loves her name as she is an original

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    What about Lilah/Lila or Layla instead of Lily.

    I like Evie from your list

    What about
    Harper
    Ruby
    Willow
    Sage
    Ayla
    Amelia
    Millie
    Holly
    Jayde
    Isabel
    Freya


 

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