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    Default Two flower names??

    Would you think it odd if a family had two girls both with flower names?
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    Default Two flower names??

    No if ds2 was going to be a girl we would of used a flower name. Our dd is a Lilly

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    Default Re: Two flower names??

    Not really, those names are popular now so I think a lot of people wouldn't really blink.

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    Not at all! There are so many beautiful flower names for girls, Calla is another I really adore

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    our neighbours had a Rose and a Lilly. I think it would be werid not too, especially if your first daughter has a flower name.

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    Default Two flower names??

    My dd1 is Lily and I really wanted to call dd2 Poppy but FIL is called Poppy by the grand kids. So I think two flower names is doable

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    Default Two flower names??

    Not one bit!

    I think they are beautiful names.

    My niece is poppy and her twin sisters that passed away are jasmine and iris.

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    I really love the name Lily Rose, but I think its very popular now Jamie oliver named his girls all after flowers im pretty sure lol

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    No, i love flower names though.

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    No, I don't see anything wrong with that. I think they're quite pretty.


 

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