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Thread: Unfair Sibsets

  1. #51
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    I know someone who named their kids Winston, Emma, Alexandra, and Annalee. Very mismatched. I would much rather be an Annalee than an Emma. Winston sounds like an old man name, imo.

    P.S. Okay, I kinda regret saying that about naming your kids with the same first initial. Not always tacky.
    Last edited by genevieve!; July 7th, 2012 at 12:24 PM.
    eva catherine ♡ sixteen

    genevieve lea juliette opal margaux amelie
    jack percy william ezra theodore louis

  2. #53
    I don't like matchy matchy names in sibsets but agree there has to be some sort of cohesion/equality in there... I like keeping with same origins or similar meanings...i hate it when theres a weird theme going that leaves one or 2 kids with odd ball names or spellings because the "theme" overtook everything...
    Last edited by knikkicharles; June 5th, 2013 at 12:40 AM.
    ~Kristy Nicole
    Mama to Declan Thomas~06/10

    Currently suffering from a Baby Fever of about 102°
    Addicted to all names Irish, "K" and obscurely Biblical...
    Happy Slave to Family Naming Traditions

    (Unintentional D/K sibsets & Girls with male famliy MN's)

    Baby#2 Possibilities
    Baby#3 Possibilities

  3. #55
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    May 2012
    Speaking of matchy matchy - I know sisters, only a year or two apart, called Charmaine and Charlene.

    Hello, parents - it's practically the same name!!

  4. #57
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    Feb 2012
    Researching my family tree I came across a set of sisters: Mary, Rachel, Juanita, and Hannah

    Sibsets that make you go "hmmm" haha

  5. #59
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    May 2012
    Eep, just remembered - I also know a sibset of Kaia, McKenzie, Skyla and June.

    Yes, June.


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