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    Not intentionally but the name we've picked for our 2nd girl has the same number of syllables as our first born in the first, middle and last name

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    My first 3 have middle names that start with A our 4th has dh name as his middle name

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    Yes. All three start with the same letter and all have 7 letters.

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    Both girls have 5-letter Hebrew names ending in a, but it wasn't intentional at all.

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    Default Are your kids names "themed"?

    I'm having a 2nd (DS) and picking a name that sounds nice with my 1st (DD) so that when people ask there names it sounds great.

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    Default Are your kids names "themed"?

    Yeah but don't tell dh that ha ha. Both girls have 4 letter first and 4 letter middle names, middle names are family names. Coincidently, both first names are 2 syllables and both middle one syllable (just realised this lol). However one ends in "a" sound while other doesn't, but both end in vowels. They are both beautiful names and I love them every time I say them. Not sure if I should continue with this when we have more or if people really notice that stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Both my brothers and I have names starting with A- I think the first 2 wasn't deliberate but the third it became a thing. We were known as the A team.
    No real negatives apart from the fact if somebody got a letter/won a comp and it was addressed to A.xxxx....
    That's what I call my kids! The A Team!

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    Both my boys have surnames as first names. If I had a third child, especially a boy, without a doubt he would have a surname as a first name. Not only do I love surnames as first names, I like that they "go" together as sibling names

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    Yes they are sort of themed. Unintentionally as in that's not why we named them, but I was aware har we would get those comments when we named DS.

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    This is a fun thread! The 'theme' for my kids was old, classic names. Boys both have only 1 syllable. Broke that rule for DD. They have either a 'v', 'y' or x' in their name haha. Family names for middle names.


 

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