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September 16th, 2011 10:04 PM #6
I think they sound lovely together. They both start with a "C" but are different enough. Personally, I wouldn't worry about potentially setting yourself up for a "C" theme. I know sisters Elenora and Eva and they have a younger brother named Theodore. You don't have to stick to "C" names if you don't want to!
September 17th, 2011 06:41 AM #8Rosemary Una - Annabel Briar - Tabitha Lettice - Maude Evangeline - Fenella Pearl - Billie Margaret
names for dreamy, sublime little darlings. the smell of springtime air, freckled knees, damp hair. Soft evening light and fiery hearts.
Emmett Jack - Rufus Alec - Cathal Nicholas - Eoghan Wilfred - Caspian Hugh - Harrison Baez
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September 17th, 2011 07:58 AM #10
September 17th, 2011 08:47 AM #12Senior Member
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I know what you mean, but I don't think it's an issue. But, I LOVE kyemsa's suggestions of either Catherine or Charlotte! Regal and GORGEOUS, and less similar to Claire in sound. Charlotte is basically Caroline in disguise and vice versa, so you may like that better than Catherine, but Catherine is also just lovely. Precious daughters!eve, dahlia, miriam, esme, rose
solomon, nathan, ezra, jonah, raphael
September 17th, 2011 02:34 PM #14Junior Member
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Thanks for all of your input. My daughter's full name is Claire Kathryn (so Catherine as a first name is out, but obviously one of our favorites too!)...both of her names are family names, and Caroline is a combo of the 2 grandmothers (Karen and Marilyn, but we prefer CaroLINE (long i) to Carolyn (short i). And our son's name is Evan Grant, so technically a 'C' theme would not be the case except for with the girls! I guess my main concern is the /ar/ (sounds like 'air') commonality in both Claire and Caroline--the rhyming effect, etc, which may make the names confusing when heard aloud!