Some parents find out that they are having triplets, and immediately know they want to give them all names that start with the same letter. Other shun this practice and prefer unique sounding names for all of their babies. If you are in the pro-single-letter group, then you may be looking for ideas that are unique, fresh, and fun. So before you decide that single letter naming isn’t for you, check out some of these modern naming ideas.
If you like nature based names-
Consider Autumn, Ash, and Aspen. These three beautiful names work well together and all give a nod to the natural world around us. Having three boys? Clay, Cove, and Cedar might be a good choice for you!
If you like classic names-
For three girls, Alice, Anne, and Abigail all have a lovely ring to them, and flow well when you say them together. A masculine set of triplets might enjoy Alexander, Anthony, and Arthur, all strong names that will never go out of style.
Having two boys and a girl? You might want to consider Scott, Steven, and Samantha. All of these names have been used for centuries, so you know they aren’t just trendy right now.
If you like unique names-
Ramsey, Remi, and Rowen would be a fun choice for modern triplet girls or boys. This set of names can cover either gender. They are unique, but not so wild that they will be completely unheard of.
“B” names are popular for boys, and this noteworthy set might suit your fancy: Bodhi, Brecken, and Brett. Bonus points for being easy to pronounce and fun to say out loud!
If you like top 100 popular names-
Emily, Evelyn, and Elizabeth might just be right for you. These girls names all made the top 20 of 2017, yet they are all older names that will never truly go out of style. By picking popular, yet classic names, you are sure to have no regrets.
A trio of handsome boys would be well suited with Elijah, Ethan, and Ezra. All three made the top 100 of 2017, and would be perfect for boy/boy/boy triplets!
If you like colorful names-
Slate, Sterling, and Sable are all colorful names that could work well for a set of triplets. Some people might not even realize they are all color names, and simply think you have great taste!
If you are having three girls, Raven, Rose and Ruby also represent different colors, yet still sounds like modern and exciting names.
If you like hipster names-
Consider Delilah, Dixie, and Dexter for your little ones! These hipster names would suit any cool set of triplets, which yours are sure to be.
Love “F” names? Frankie, Fenton, and Flora are all hipster names that are popular enough to be well known, but not used all the time. Your triplets will certainly be the coolest kids on the playground.
There is no doubt that giving your triplets three names that start with the same letter just isn’t everyone’s style. However, if you love the idea, own it! Pick three names that you love, say them out loud together to make sure it doesn’t become a tongue twister, and go with it. Single letter names are just as cute, and certainly just as catchy, as any other trio of options!