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  1. #11
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    I don't mind the same initial twins, as long as the names don't sound too similar; usually if the vowel sound is a bit different it's okay. From your list I my favourite is Xavier and Xanthe; even though they have the same first two letters, the rest is very different so they really fit together.
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    Caspian Sherlock Walter, Phoenix Arthur Blaise, Ptolemy Alexander Remus, Horatio Albert Louis ✦
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    Pandora, Georgiana, Lyra, Fae, Clara, Hermione, Alexandria, Evanthe, Persephone, Beatrix
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  2. #13
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    Sep 2012
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    Wow, looks like a unanimous no to that idea, thanks for the honest feedback. It's a weird new desire I have as I feel them move together to want to connect them in some way.

    I've become a name geek since using the site to name Quentin so names seem the way to do that! Going to have a rethink

    Many thanks,

    Lara
    Our perfect little family:
    Quentin, Casper and Ramona

  3. #15
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    Nov 2013
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    I think all siblings should have different initials.

  4. #17
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    I would try to avoid giving twins similar sounding names (including matching initials). I think it is something that is over and done with for at least awhile. Why not give them both names that you love?

    Arthur & Ramona

  5. #19
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    I don't mind matching middle initials, but I prefer all siblings to have their own initial.

    From a practical standpoint, admittedly a minor one, it makes labeling belongings and referring to them easier and simpler.

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