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    The tradition in our family dating back four generations is for all boys to have same middle name. So brothers and nephews etc all have the same.

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    I gave my DD the same middle name as my mum and sister's middle name, mainly because it goes well with her first name. I have a different middle name to them. I think it's a nice thing to do.

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    Not me, but my sister has two sons with the same middle names and very similar sounding first names, as apparently it's a family tradition of her husband's family, both he, his dad and brother have the same middle name as well.

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    Nope, my sons both have N middle names so if I had a third son Id feel like I should use an N to lol

    (Nikolas and Nathan, nice normal names lol my theory is their firsts are a bit out there so if they hate them as adults they can go as Nikolas and Nathan)

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    Boys in my Dad's side of the family carry on with the middle name Donald, named after our ancestor who came to Australia 9 generations ago. My Dad is the last of the line, as he had 3 girls.
    I refused to use it. So did my sister.
    But. Ds2's initials are D.O.N Differ if that counts for anything lolm


 

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