Siblings: Eth.an, Elijah, Eli.ana (Ellie), and Em.erson (boy). Mom says all e's was Dad's idea. She also says for the first 3 she really tried to pick unusual names and then realized later they weren't unusual. So for baby #4 she just picked something she liked.
Seen on Pinterest: an adorable baby girl called Aimee-Louise.
I was also looking at baby name nursery art on etsy to see what kind of names were used in the samples. I saw:
Harper - tons
Lucy - lots
Jack - a few
My parents had clients over, and their daughter was Katlyn. I thought that was less common for a nine year old.
Today at Disneyland there was a girl named Fallon and a boy named Race, both within the 6-8 year old range I'd guess.
I know some interesting sibsets...
Jupiter "Joopy" (girl)
I saw something online with Teegann, which seemed excessive to me.
Met a sib-set of Lucy and Solomon recently. I thought it was weird at first, but it has grown on me.
Also know a one-year-old Katelyn, a three-month old (boy) named Riley, and a six-month old Zara.
My friend just had a baby and named him Eze.kie.l, he joins older brother Elij@h.
My husband's cousin just had a new baby boy, Camden James, he joins siblings Kate and Carter.
I was taking my daughter Persey and my step daughter Rhylee and Emmersyn shopping and we heard a Mae and a Lachlan. Lachlan is very boring here but Mae is very unusual. I talk to the mum and it turned out the girls name was Maeve Giovanna. Of course she asked what Persey was short for and when I said Persephone she got very excited and said that she wanted to name Mae that but her DH said no. I was excited too I have met anyone else who likes Persephone most people seem to have my boyfriends name taste trendy unisex names.
Its amazing the people you meet :)
I have always felt that my name was unusual - Bonnie Lyn - and have only met a handful of Bonnies in my life. Two are about 9 or so years older than me, one is really a nn for Isabelle and the other two are pets ( a cat and a Irish setter.) But today I met a very small Bonnie - an 8 month old named Bonnie June. Her older sibs wanted to call her Bonnie after the little girl in Toy Story and it "kind of stuck" according to her mom.
So, what do you think? Is it the beginning of a new trend or just another little girl growing up with her name on anything?