ANALEIGH & SERENA (Twin girls)

Abby Carsyn & Hannah Cayden

Addison Bree & Brooke Isabella

Amelia Elizabeth & Meredith Andrea

Analeigh Marie & Serena Kay

Bailey Fran & Cloey Ann

Briannah Madison & Cheyenne Elizabeth

Brooke Hayden & Halley Madison

Camille Renee & Natalie Brianne

Elizabeth Ellen & Emily Mae

Emilee Jade & Savannah Brook

Hailey Gail & Shelby Ann

Harper Caroline & Sophia Grace

Jordan Elisabeth & Riley Anne

Kendall Gail & Maren Elizabeth

Natalie Aline & Samantha Adam

Stella Rose & Vada Lou

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14 Responses to ANALEIGH & SERENA (Twin girls)

  1. Altius Directory says:

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  2. Andre says:

    Might as well be called unisex names on twin girls…

    Abby Carsyn & Hannah Cayden
    decent I guess

    Addison Bree & Brooke Isabella
    I hate Addison. Brooke Isabella is pretty good

    Amelia Elizabeth & Meredith Andrea
    The best one here

    Analeigh Marie & Serena Kay
    Analeigh is interesting, although the leigh ending bugs me.

    Bailey Fran & Cloey Ann
    Awful on both counts. Bailey is all boy, and Cloey is hideously mispelled.

    Briannah Madison & Cheyenne Elizabeth
    Another awful set. Cheyenne on a girl is just ridiculous too.

    Brooke Hayden & Halley Madison
    First names are nice, middle names arent.

    Camille Renee & Natalie Brianne
    Definitely one of the few highlights of this list.

    Elizabeth Ellen & Emily Mae
    Another good set.

    Emilee Jade & Savannah Brook
    Mispelled nonsense.

    Hailey Gail & Shelby Ann
    Hailey is far too trendy, and Shelby is another darn boy name on a girl.

    Harper Caroline & Sophia Grace
    More unisex nonsense. Harper doesn’t even sound feminine.

    Jordan Elisabeth & Riley Anne
    Two more unisex names. Pass…

    Kendall Gail & Maren Elizabeth
    And more unisex. Kendall sounds a lot better on a boy, where it should be.

    Natalie Aline & Samantha Adam
    Adam on a girl? I guess we’ll have Eve on a boy next time…

    Stella Rose & Vada Lou
    Stella Rose is fab. Vada Lou is weird.

    • CC says:

      To say you hate a name is a terribly disrespectful thing to do to the PERSON who owns the name…even if that person is a baby. Think about your words before you say them, as they could seriously hurt and destroy the name for the mom or moms who have a precious child with the name. Then that can lead to namers remorse etc, I see alot of namers remorse on the internet and its because of insensitive people who say hurtful nasty comments like this. Instead of hate, try its not my style etc.

      • CC says:

        Actually on second thought, I think all negative, mean, hurtful comments about any name on any name blog or website should be deleted, its not fair to the moms who already have children with these names and they dont need to be made to feel bad about their choices. How would these people behind the computer feel if they knew they contributed to a mom having namers remorse, that a comment they read really made them feel so terrible that they had remorse.

  3. Sophie says:

    Analeigh – I suppose this is supposed to be pronounced Anna Lee, but all I see is a tryndee spelling of Anally 😦 At least her sister wasn’t named Oraleigh!

  4. appellationmountain says:

    While most of these aren’t my style, none of them are terribly mismatched, and none of them match too much – tricky to do when naming multiples, I think.

    And Andre, Harper shows every sign of leaping up the charts for girls. It might not strike you as feminine, but I suspect she’s the next Madison.

    There’s a Target back to school commercial featuring triplets – Emilie, Elisabeth, and Ella. I want to rename Ella – I can’t imagine having an Ella and an Elisabeth!

    • Names4Real says:

      I thought the same thing when I saw that commercial!

    • CC says:

      Why cant you imagine having an Ella and Elisabeth? What am I missing? Please explain further what you mean by that. (I say this respectfully)

      • Names4Real says:

        No problem. I don’t know about Appellation Mountain, but I just think they are too similar. I know a couple of Elizabeth and Ella’s that are called Elle/Ellie, which makes them too close for sisters, at least to me.

  5. Andre says:

    I know Harper is climbing for girls, doesn’t make it right.

    • CC says:

      Who says? R u the say all end all to what is right and wrong to name a baby? What kind of degree do you have in baby naming?

  6. Andre says:

    And I know I may seem a bit agressive on these unisex names, but I actually really like most of them, on boys, where they originated from. Ashley on a boy is charming, on a girl it’s tacky.

  7. Sophia says:

    The best is definitely Harper Caroline and Sophia Grace. I don’t like any of the rest, except maybe Stella Rose (pretty) and Vada Lou (a bit weird, would be much nicer as Vida Lou).

  8. Sebastiane says:

    I do think quite a few of these are mismatched. Examples IMO include:

    Amelia Elizabeth & Meredith Andrea
    Bailey Fran & Cloey Ann-no matter how cutsey looking you make Chloe, it is still a classical Greek name that has been around for thousands of years, while Bailey is not
    Harper Caroline & Sophia Grace-though I like both names, I just cannot see these two in the same sibset. They are completely different in style from eachother

    These on the other hand, went quite well with eachother:

    Abby Carsyn & Hannah Cayden
    Addison Bree & Brooke Isabella
    Analeigh Marie & Serena Kay-it would have fit perfectly spelled Annalie, a legit and fairly common German female name
    Brooke Hayden & Halley Madison
    Camille Renee & Natalie Brianne
    Elizabeth Ellen & Emily Mae
    Hailey Gail & Shelby Ann
    Jordan Elisabeth & Riley Anne
    Kendall Gail & Maren Elizabeth
    Natalie Aline & Samantha Adam
    Stella Rose & Vada Lou

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