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March 8th, 2014 06:00 PM #36
Don't like :
Nicholas & Chrisoula ( Poor Chrisoula. Their mother is expected her third, a little girl who are going to name Stavroula. Way to matching with Chrisoula but all honors grandparents) .
Elizabeth & Emilia (Elizabeth feels classy & Emilia trendy. )
Somes I like :
Mariana & Eirini nn Rena.
Vasilis & Tatiana
Aggelos, Vasilis & Eugenia nn Jenny.Vasiliki, univercity student/coffee, kittens & art ♥
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March 8th, 2014 07:14 PM #38Senior Member
- Join Date
- Jul 2013
I recently interviewed for a nanny position with three boys...
Carson, Carter, and Cardon. This is by far the worst sibset I have heard. (While I do like the names Carter and Carson, all of them together is much to similar...)
Another one, I find mismatched is Austin, Kyle, Eliana, and Joaquin. The last child's name doesn't fit at all...in my opinion.
March 9th, 2014 09:22 AM #40Member
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- Dec 2013
My grandma and her sisters are Immacolata, Maria, Gemma, Caterina and Stella. I think it is a nice sibling set, although I think they are all named for family members. Also have a set of first cousins (sisters) called Maja and Elli (Swedish names), and a set of second cousins (sisters) called Olivia and Louise, I think both of those work well as pairs. A friend babysat a trio of siblings named Isl@, Frey@ and Lars, I thought that was gorgeous.
I have second cousins (brother and sister) called J@nelle and J@yden, I have always thought that was really bad. Fortunately they are lovely.
Other sets I have come across that aren't really to my tastes-
Valentina & Jacquelina
Lanetta & Jeanetta
Christian & SebastianBoys: Arthur, Ira, Rune, Sid
Girls: Caspian, Sable, Selah, Taliesin