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    Kind of, but unintentionally. Our 3 sons all have Hebrew names, our DD broke the mould and has a Greek name. and three of them begin with E. All of their middle names are ancestral names.

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    Mine both have the sane amount of letters, which we didnt do on purpose

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    All my girls have a double letter in their first name. Was planned for the first 2 and didn't realise we would continue having girls so kind of felt like we needed to keep the plan going.

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    Default Are your kids names "themed"?

    Yes my kids both have Irish themed first names, following my hubby's side who are Irish, his brother also named his kids Irish names. Out of pure coincidence the first names are both two syllable and second names are one syllable. We have chosen the same for our baby due in a few weeks. It's nice 😊
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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    Not true. Google my kids names together and you will see their photos (thanks to a relative who posted their wedding pics online with names of everyone in the photos)
    fair point. not that I'd really bother googling anyone's kids names but i guess it's out there if someone was to put their mind to it

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    I must confess our first dd was named the same as a dog DH owned as a child, and now there's a strong possibility dd2 will share a name with a dog I owned too lol

    We both just really like those names and that's why they got used first on dogs haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    I kind of wish people would say the names they used rather than hinting at it. I understand privacy is paramount but nobody can figure out who you are and where you live based on a name or two.
    Yes they can. I've id'd at least one hubber in real life based on that type of info

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Yes they can. I've id'd at least one hubber in real life based on that type of info
    Me too!

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    My boys both have Celtic names. Not an intentional theme- I just like Celtic names!

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