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  1. #16
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    Here's another that makes me ponder: Charlie, Lachie, Thea and.... Jago. Where did that come from??
    Jemima

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  2. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by jem View Post
    One that's always glaringly stood out to me is a very Australian family with two daughters: Courtney and Natasha. Courtney is more of an American (boys'?) name to me, and Natasha is so Russian. It's always struck me as strange!
    Might be a cultural thing because I'm from Australia and Courtney and Natasha don't sound weird to me at all!

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    I don't think sibsets have to match, it's up to the parents I guess. That being said, mine is mismatched. We have Brandi, Sandi, Sarah (me), William, Arthur, Samuel, and Anna. Though only my brother and I are full siblings. You had the at the time trendy Brandi and Sandi. Timeless/Classic Sarah, William, Samuel, and Anna and the quirky hipster (especially in the 90's) Arthur. I also know a family who has 4 daughters named Sia, Blossom, Eve, and Mykkynlii.
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    Huckleberry, Senna, Bramble, Thistle, Aryeh, Wolf, Sol, Guthrie, Thackeray, Atticus, Angus, Cormac, Jules, Bear, Yancey, Itsuki, Larkspur, Blue, Robin, Ewan, Cornelius, Clove, Phelan

  4. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by nymphalis antiopa View Post
    I also know a family who has 4 daughters named Sia, Blossom, Eve, and Mykkynlii.
    Poor Mykkynlii. What an awful butchering of an already trendy, non-name. Eve is absolutely beautiful though; and goes well with Blossom and Sia. Mykkynlii doesn't fit in at all!
    Jemima

    twenty-one | law student

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  5. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by nymphalis antiopa View Post
    I also know a family who has 4 daughters named Sia, Blossom, Eve, and Mykkynlii.

    I almost had to put on glasses to figure out Mykkynlii...ugh!

    I used to babysit a family with girls named: Mariah, Ruth, Corrine and....Jubilee. And along the lines of Mykkynlii I know a Kaylee and KaTeala ( named after Tequila)
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    *Augusten Wolf/ Magnus Jude/August Jasper/Jude/Cyrus Jude/Lev*


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