Great names! ;) girls Aurelia Quinn Grant (uh-re-lee-ah) * Gorgeous! I'm a big fan of Aurelia, and it totally balances short, simple Grant. ;) I prefer Aurelia Jane, but this is fine if you love it. Giovanna Elyse Grant "GiGi for short" * Only if you're VERY Italian (Grant doesn't really give any indication of that LOL). And while GiGi might be a "cute" nickname, EVERY Giovanna I've ever heard of has used this as a nickname, so it's a bit cliched in my mind. Anna-Alesia Jane Grant * I'm not particularly fond of Anna-Alesia (especially with the unnecessary hyphenation), but I do like the obviously similar Annelise/Anneliese or Annalisa. Lorelei Araceli Grant (air-uh-se-lee) * Lorelei Grant is beautiful, though both Lorelei and Araceli have quite opposite feels/origins. I love BOTH, to be clear. Just seems an odd combo if you AREN'T trying to honor both German and Spanish heritage or something. If you do keep Araceli, however, I'd stick with the traditional "ah" rather than "air" beginning sound. I've honestly never heard it said this way. boys Collin Henry Grant * I find Henry a bit more intriguing than Collin, so I'd personally love Henry Collin Grant, but this is good too. Miles James Grant * Great names, all, but I wouldn't pair two single-syllable names with a last name that's also one syllable. Just sounds very halting and abrupt. What about Milo James Grant or Miller James Grant?