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  1. #6
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    My dad works with a guy who has three kids: Victoria (19), Vincent (17) and Violynn (11) (Yes her name is Violin). And I think it's pretty cool. They don't all have the same sounding names, just the V and I, which makes it nice.
    Do you and your sister have different pronunciations? What made your parents to do that?
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  2. #8
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    The duggers manage!! lol

    If i had it would have been Bailey and Bonnie. Both start with B and end in and ee sound.. :/

    And with My daughter it would have been Liberty & Levi or Logan x
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  3. #10
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    In my opinion I wouldn't do it. Your kids want their own identity and since they are twins they will be always compared to one another.

  4. #12
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    I personally would steer clear - my twin sister and I are so thankful that our names aren't 'matchy'. I would find it really confusing to share my initials with everyone in the family. However, if you did want to go this way, I'd go with a letter like C so that they can have their own individual sound, e.g.:
    Charlotte
    Cecelia
    Christian
    Chester
    etc.
    Good luck!
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  5. #14
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    Yikes to Kaytlyn's. I think that sometimes it works e.g Emily and Edward other times it doesn't e.g Emily and Emmett.
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    Future middle names will honour family
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