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After reading many of these threads I realize that many of us are having trouble naming our twins. This is a list of the most popular twin baby names. Mine are #10 on the girl/girl list. I had no clue! lol I hope this helps!
I feel like someone posted this recently. I can't get over London and Paris!
Ava and Olivia are nice, though insanely popular.
GL! and congrats on the twins!
eminbmore:Wow, some of those popular combinations are just awful! Who would name their kids Emily and Emma? Or Taylor and Tyler?
My head exploded at Heaven and Nevaeh.
anotheramy:I feel like someone posted this recently. I can't get over London and Paris! Ava and Olivia are nice, though insanely popular. GL! and congrats on the twins!
I did. It's the same one that's on the SSA website. I posted it because of the Heaven, Nevaeh twinset which made my head hurt. My favorite twinset on here is Abigail and Elizabeth.
The reason these have even made the popularity list is that they have something in common.
If everyone just chose their two favorite names, there wouldn't even be a popularity list, because everyone's two favorite names are different from everyone else's two favorite names.
But even if only a few people want their twins to have a theme, they are going to be the ones that make the list.
So just keep in mind that there are not necessarily more twins with similar names than there are with different names.
PS: I just met a Brooklyn and Londyn set a few weeks ago.
Congrats on the double blessing and I love Ava & Olivia.
As a (fraternal) twin I want to advise mom's of multiples against giving rhyming or cutsie names. There's nothing worse than to be dressed in the same theme throughout their youth. (Thankfully, my mom dressed us differently and always referred to us as individuals and never "the twins".) Please remember that while twins and other multiples are very special, promote their individuality as each child will have their own personality.