You're having a baby! Hold on, you're having two. And the parents-to-be just received the following news: "You're having boys." (Time to give Dad his moment to soak in this news.) You're having two adorable, cuddly little boys who will keep you on your toes for the next 15 years. Fifteen years at the minimum, that it. Yes, it's safe to tell Grandpa that the annual fishing fish is officially on for the next 50 years. Mothers-to-be, rest assured knowing that having two sons is a blessing. Raise them right and these boys will be your greatest companions. Mama’s boys? Hey, we don’t judge because we think it’s cute. Imagine the cuteness: two little guys heading to the Church picnic or the family reunion dressed in adorable and matching John Johns. Oh, the John Johns. This is why Southern women dream of having little boys: the cute, handstitched John Johns in bright colors and patterns. They are cute even when covered with mud. Southern women know that we will take advantage of putting our little guys in them until they are old enough to speak, and eventually rebel and where the same shorts and tee-shirt every day. We’ll be okay with that wardrobe change because we had our moment—and all of the photos– to hold onto. One of the most difficult parts about preparing for little boys is what to name them. Why? Because chances are you will always call for them together. Brothers stick together. They’ll walk to school together, head to the ball park together, go fishing together. As you plan to pick their names, imagine what it will sound like when you are calling for them–together–from the front porch. How do they sound? We paired a few of the most popular boy names together to help you in this somewhat challenging process. A few of them are old-fashioned favorites like Charles and Christopher, Edward and Elliot, and Hunter and Henry. Then there are a few on the trendier side like Lucas and Mason and Taylor and Tyler. Take a look, steal some inspiration, and prepare for an exciting adventure ahead.