They both have names that are from Irish origin. That's about the only way in which they match..
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31-03-2014 10:35 #31
31-03-2014 11:39 #32
I think ours will match.
Our DS is quite a rare name and very modern. Our next babies name isn't as rare but it's also quite modern too.
I do tend to notice siblings without matching names like the George vs. Phoenix scenario - but that's just me
31-03-2014 11:55 #33
They match in that they are both classic, and properly spelt names meant for people.
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31-03-2014 12:23 #34
Hmm, not really. We have
All middle names are family members middle names though.
31-03-2014 16:59 #35
31-03-2014 17:42 #36
My two have old fashioned, biblical, traditional names. My third will also have a traditional biblical name.
So yes, I think they match.
My aunt gave all three of her kids the same initials. Actually, I have two sets of cousins who have names that all have the same initials.
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