Parents·Posted on May 12, 201721 Ridiculously Clever Name Pairings For Your Future TwinsDo right by your duo.by by Morgan ShanahanBuzzFeed Staff, by Asia McLainBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Cheyenne and Dakota Brian Milne / Getty Images Embrace America's earliest history with beautiful names that have deep significance. 2. Nan and Bert Ulkas / Getty Images Pay homage to the mischievous Bobbsey Twins -- the classic novels have two sets of twins, so you could always go with Freddie and Flossie if that's more your speed. 3. Adele and Elton Meaghanbrowning / Getty Images Don't be afraid to look across musical generations (or ponds!) for inspiration. 4. Cleo and Kate Gm Visuals / Getty Images They're both Royal, but with personalities that are worlds apart. 5. Baxter and Finn Eugenio Marongiu / Getty Images Hipsteresque names with just enough originality, so make sure you get those birth certificates notarized before they get too cool. 6. Paris and London Granger Wootz / Getty Images They'll be fashionistas from the start. 7. Sonia and Sandra Alexandra Yates / Via facebook.com Justice will be served. 8. Jenner and Phelps Mrkornflakes / Getty Images Strong, sturdy monikers that are sure to go the distance. 9. Bria and Cailyn Asia McLain Alphabetically adjacent names can give a hint of togetherness while still keeping identities separate. 10. Helena and Hermia Vladimir Serov / Getty Images Though they be but little, they'll be fierce! 11. Scarlett and Ruby Marie Killen / Getty Images All red everything. 12. Shepard and Locke Joan Vicent CantÃÆÃÂ³ Roig / Getty Images They'll never be stranded so long as they have each other. 13. Carys and Calla Lambada / Getty Images Plant your flowers with love and watch them bloom. 14. Drake and Bruno Image Source / Getty Images Taking inspiration from current chart-toppers will give your twins' names 24kt magic. 15. Willow and Ivy Tian Tian / Getty Images They'll be one with nature and each other. 16. Sidney and Charlie Ai / Getty Images Unisex names never go out of style, and giving a nod to some of the greatest performers of all time doesn't either. 17. Roberta and Susan Mara Bermejo / Getty Images With their twin always by their side, they'll never have to desperately seek company. 18. Marina and Brooke _jure / Getty Images Because they just seem to flow. 19. Minnie and Paul R. Nelson / Getty Images Twin cities, twin humans, whatever. 20. Joan and Marie Ryan Mcvay / Getty Images Give them names that convey their tough and independent nature. 21. Charleston and Lindy twinversins / Via instagram.com For the pair with a toe-tappin' sense of enthusiasm and spirit.