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July 7th, 2013 06:35 PM #6
My mother did this with my sister, and hated it so much she actually changed her mind and my sister's first name when she was about 2 years old... Her initials were MMM, Madison Merriweather M-(one syllable). I understand why she did it, but I actually like the way it rolls off the tongue. I'm strongly considering Merriweather/Merryweather as either a first or a middle for my future kiddos.
Point is, I think it's all in the name and how similar they sound otherwise. Especially if they're different amounts of syllables, I'm not sure I would even notice it upon being introduced. Like Megan Mullaly, the actress... would never have even registered with me, except jess044's post upthread got me thinking about Megan M's.TTC #1Io BeverlyArthur Merryweather or March DavidOther names I love: Jonquil, Ardal, Linus, Felix, Araminta, Hedda, Wildflower...
July 7th, 2013 06:45 PM #8Senior Member
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July 7th, 2013 11:13 PM #10
It is not something that I will do when naming my children, but it can work in some instances. I think it really depends on the different vowel and consonant sounds in the names and also how many syllables are in each name.♥19 year old name lover♥
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July 7th, 2013 11:29 PM #12
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July 8th, 2013 01:43 AM #14Senior Member
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My son's name's begin with the same letter, with a 2-3 count. Honestly, we get compliments on it all the time, but I don't think it works in all instances, much as pps have said.