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    Default Two flower names??

    Nothing wrong with having names that are of the same theme/genre you could keep using the theme for all your children as a tradition. Who knows your grandchildren could even be themed too lol. I really want my children's middle names to reflect birds lol. robin, wren, birdy, falcon, hawk, talon, henny, etc but my partner does not like the idea at all!!!!!

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    I know of one family with these girls names : Daisy, Pansy, Violet. They are all grown ups now. We never felt it was funny or strange. If I have a daughter, I will call her Saffron. Love it!!!

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    Default Re: Two flower names??

    I find it a bit odd... Although, our kids will probably all have surnames as first names which Im sure people could find odd.

    I saw yesterday from a Facebook friend that her daughter just had her second flower named daughter. I wonder how small the world is lol

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    No, they're lovely names

    I knew a family with 4 girls, all with gem names - Ruby, Crystal, Sapphire and Pearl!

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    Default Two flower names??

    I knew a family with 4 girls, all with gem names - Ruby, Crystal, Sapphire and Pearl

    I have a Ruby and am absolutely in love with Pearl for this one buuuut have a niece just named sapphire lol

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    Default Two flower names??

    I think it's perfectly fine
    All our names are picked out using gemstones

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    Default Two flower names??

    No I have a friend who has 2 daughters called violet & Lilly I think they go nice together

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    DH's gran was Iris Daisy and her sisters were Rose and Violet.
    And I have a friend with 2 girls : Daisy and Poppy.
    Seems to work well- just like Hyacinth Bucket on the telly.

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    I know a Lily and Poppy,both gorgeous names. The parents wondered if many people would comment about the 2 flower names, but apparently not many people do.

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    I think they're pretty together


 

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