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  1. #1

    Caroline and Charlotte

    A good friend of mine is expecting her third little person and has asked me for a list of great great sibling names (she knows I have a sickness really when it come to these things!) She may or may not use a name from the list, but it would give her some food for thought.

    She and her husband are both very intelligent people. They are stylish, but not cutsy, or trendy. They like names that are firmly planted in history. For girls they tend to go for femine names that sound educated and strong.

    Their girls are Caroline Grace(5) and Charlotte Quinn(2 1/2).

    I would love to convince them that Camille is totally the best sister name for these little ladies but mama is terribly afraid people will think another "c" name is too cutsy. They are pretty sure this baby is their last.

    I already have a great girl's list started, but would love to hear what you think and see which ones you agree with. I haven't even started on the boy's list. Would love your input! Thanks!


  2. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2009

    Re: Caroline and Charlotte

    Hi! Caroline and Charlotte are lovely names. :-) If you type in either name using the "Check Out A Name" feature, and you then scroll down the page past the name's definition/description box, you'll see links to related name "hot lists" which are, in essense, sibling name lists.

    Any classic name would go beautifully with Caroline and Charlotte.


    Best wishes to your friend! :-)

  3. #5

    Re: Caroline and Charlotte

    I love Camille! Perhaps they could use Celeste or Celine and have the "C" sound different than that of Caroline or Charlotte. I actually think the third sister may feel left out if she doesn't have a "C" name like her two big sisters. It's not at all too cutesy. Sharing a C name will encourage the unity of the three sisters and I think they will probably grow up loving it! I would encourage her to find another C name that she loves. What about Chloe, Claire, Clara, Christina, Catherine, Carys, or Caitlin?

    By the way, my two sisters have names that start with an S and I have one that starts with an L. I always thought that I should have an S name too. So, I speak from experience. :)

  4. #7
    Join Date
    Apr 2009

    Re: Caroline and Charlotte

    What stands out to me about Caroline and Charlotte is that they're both forms of Charles. In the interest of not leaving out just one sister, I suggest Carlotta. Obviously there are others, but they either sound too similar to the two already in use (Carolina, Charla) or don't "go" with Caroline and Charlotte (Carly, Callie).

    PS Did they choose names with the same roots on purpose? Just curious.

  5. #9

    Re: Caroline and Charlotte

    What lovely classic names! I LOVE them!! I would skip adding another C first name to the group, These all sound very striking and sophisticated to me without being pretentious or trendy.

    Madelyn/Madeline Claire
    Ella Olivia
    Audrey Elizabeth
    Katherine Rose
    Isabel Lauren
    Jacqueline Paige.
    Margaret Elaine

    Owen Samuel
    Andrew Michael
    Jackson (Jack) Alexander
    Cooper- If they do go for another C name. This would flow well

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