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    Funny Sibling Sets

    So, Griffin and Spencer recently started baseball. As I talked to my fellow baseball mommies, I found some very odd sibling names. Some are great, imo, like Henry's parents who also have an older daughter named Sarah and a younger son named James. All three names are classic and seem timeless. Though there were some others that weren't so great. Like the twins on the team named Teagan and Keagan who have a younger sister, Meagan. I'm not sure which bothers me more about these together: the fact that all three of them end in eagan, or that they need a Reagan to complete the group in my mind (if it was me, but I assure you I would never do this, but if I found myself the mother of a Keagan, Teagan, and Meagan, I'd have to have one more and name her Reagan. But with my luck I'd end up with a boy and I'd have to name it something else, hmmmm, yet another reason not to attempt this). Then there are a couple that I thought were cute. Like Cooper and his younger sister, Piper. That was the first Piper I had ever met. She had red has red hair and is as cute as can be, so I think I like that name even more now.

    Here are a couple other families that have wierd sibling names:

    Twin girls named Edith and MacKenzie.

    Dylan and Rylan (both boys)

    Does anybody else know of funny sibling sets?

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    Re: Funny Sibling Sets

    Meagan, Teagan, and Keagan? Are you serious?

    I have a friend who once babysat for siblings named Annie, Danny (boy), and Jordana, and I kept waiting for the mom to tell me it was only a joke. Annie and Danny rhyme, and Jordana contains both Dan and Ann! I was only a teenager when I learned of this family, but I knew it violated all I held sacred in the wondeful world 'o names. :-)

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    Re: Funny Sibling Sets

    I knew a family with six kids who had Br- names (Brady, Brooke, etc.) and named the seventh baby Charles. ???

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    Re: Funny Sibling Sets

    Straight from my testing roster today: twins Martini (b) and Tequilia (g) !

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    Re: Funny Sibling Sets

    Well there is triplet girls in my little girls preschool. Their names are Kush, Kriti, and Kripa. My friends cousin named her kids, Hannabel, Harold, and Henry.

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    Re: Funny Sibling Sets

    I had a friend in college named Connor, the youngest of three boys. His oldest brother's name is Patrick.... so two good strong Irish names. Both Connor and Patrick went to top tier colleges, majored in business and finance, and did well in school. Their middle brother was named Chrispen and he was a college drop out who played the bongos, wore dreadlocks, and smoked pot. I have always been intrigued as to how their names and personalities seemed to be somewhat related.
    Proud mama to Lucia Marie (3) and Halle Regina born July 12th!

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    Re: Funny Sibling Sets

    I know of friends who have a boy, Adam Michael, and a girl, Addison Michelle, nn Addie. I have always been bothered by this. Another friend has a Jessica, and a Jacob, and then named their baby boy Jesse. I don't understand how they could not come up with a different J name.

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    Re: Funny Sibling Sets

    These aren't funny siblings. They are more like ultra good taste siblings. I had this friend in high school named Boo but her real name was Elizabeth. Her parents collected 18th and 19th century American mahogany and cherry furniture, mostly from Virginia although they lived in California. Their house was Cape Cod style and it was painted red with white trim. I think that family really influenced me in a lot of my taste in many things. I loved their old blue onion dishes, for example, and now I have an old set of those dishes that's probably at least as old as the '50's. Well, they were even ultra classic in their selection of names for their children:
    Laura Lee
    Mary Sue
    William Douglas
    Elizabeth Ann
    When my daughter was really little, I saw Boo's mom and her sister Mary at the market. They saw my daughter and asked what her name was (I was no longer in touch with Boo). I told them her name was Laura Elizabeth. Their eyes got so big and their mouths dropped open. They said, "Oh that's like Laura Lee! That's like Boo!" They looked so happy.

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    At the nursery where my daughter goes there's a little boy and a little girl called Jaspen and Neila, pronounced Jay-spen and Nay-la. I also know a family who have 4 children all with unusual names Indie, Luca, Heti and Their new little girl who is about 3 weeks old now called Fable. I think they are quite cute though!

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    Please tell me Teagan and Keagan's sister Meagan is pronounced Mee-gan. I don't love the pronunciation, but if you're going to match spelling, and the boys names are almost identical, you might as well just commit to the theme 100%, right?
    I hope to be a mom one day. For now I enjoy being a name lover.

    My apologies for any typos; i post from my mobile phone.

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