Wow twins?!? Lucky you! What an amazing journey you’re getting ready to embark on! Hopefully, by now the jitters and nausea have subsided and the excitement is all settling in! So now it’s time to come with the beautiful names for your sweet twin baby girls!
Coming up with names for your babies can get tricky. After all, it will be attached to them for the rest of their life! So you want to make sure you take time to let you and your spouse discuss the many names out there before making your final decisions.
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TIPS FOR CHOOSING A NAME
There are so many things to consider when choosing feminine first or middle names for twin girls. Depending on what is most important to you, there can be a lot of variables.
You may not be so fond of a name at first, but once you start associating it with your baby, you will fall in love with it.
Here are some questions I asked myself when picking baby girl first and middle names. You can rank them in order of priority for your family because not all of them will be as important as others.
- Do you want to use a family name or initial?
- Do you want both names to start with the same letter or sound alike?
- Do the names have nice meanings to them?
- Do they have meaning to us or our family?
- Are there nicknames for these names that we want to use or avoid?
- Are they too popular?
- Are they too unique?
- Do the names sound well with your last name?
- Are there any negative associations you have with them?
- What will the initials be?
- What will that name sound like when they’re an adult or professional?
The biggest advice is to ignore what others think or have to say about names you are considering or choose. It’s such a personal decision for you and your family so don’t let any other outside influencers change your mind.
Once you have it narrowed down to 2-4 names, I suggest picking one name per week during your pregnancy, and referring to your babies as that name. Every time you talk about “the babies,” call them by that name.
At the end of that week, change it to another name. Do this for several weeks with your top choices to see which names stick and feel the most genuine to you. Once you start actually referring to your babies with these names, you will feel even more of a connection to them.
P.S. Start Your Registry Now!
Now before you start picking names and designing the nursery, don’t forget to set up a baby registry! Get started early because you may hear about a lot of essential baby items sooner than you think. At least then you’ll have a place to save them on a list so you can remember what you need later.
Sign up with the tried and true Buy Buy Baby for your baby registry to get all the must-have items for your little one! They give you freebies and a 15% off registry completion discount as a bonus!
BEAUTIFUL AND FEMININE NAMES FOR TWIN GIRLS
Below is a list of beautiful and feminine first names for your twin girls. All of these names begin with the same letter because I love that trend for twin names!
Abigail and Addison
Alessia and Adriana
Alexis and Alanna
Arianna and Angelina
Amelia and Aria
Aubrey and Ashley
Avery and Audrey
Blakely and Brynlee
Bella and Brynn
Brooke and Brianna
Brooklyn and Berkely
Caitlyn and Charlotte
Chloe and Claire
Daisy and Delilah
Emilia and Emma
Everly and Emily
Evelyn and Eliza
Emma and Elizabeth
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Gabriella and Gianna
Hannah and Harper
Hayden and Harmony
Isabella and Iris
Josephine and Julia
Juliana and Joelle
Kaitlyn and Kelsey
Kaylee and Kensley
Lia and Londyn
Layla and Liliana
Madelyn and Mackenzie
Mariah and Maribel
Madison and Melody
Mia and Michelle
Norah and Natalie
Paige and Parker
Peyton and Penelope
Rachel and Riley
Summer and Savannah
Samantha and Sophia
Stella and Scarlett
Valerie and Victoria
I hope these twin girl names gave you some inspiration to start with. Good luck naming your beautiful baby girls!
PS. START YOUR REGISTRY!
Before you even get started with names, make sure you start a baby registry. You’ll find and hear about many newborn essentials while you’re pregnant and you want to be able to quickly add or save them to your wish list/registry so you don’t forget!
The Amazon Baby Registry is clearly the best option. You get some free items in a welcome box, free shipping, 10-15% off all the remaining items in your registry, and it’s Amazon- so you’re literally going to buy everything from there anyway!
Plus, it’s free, so there’s really no point NOT to do it. Start it up here now!