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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyBovine View Post
    DS has a friend whose first name is Aragon. He goes by his middle name.
    I'll be sure to pass this info along to dh 😂

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    Not themed...but...

    Both of my children have names that are 'old fashioned' and they will most likely never share their names with another class mate which is what I wanted. No top 10 names here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    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
    Haha same! My DD shared the same name as our cat had. I used it on the cat first not knowing we would fall pregnant less than a year later! I just started calling the cat by its nickname when DD arrived. Unfortunately the pussy cat is no longer with us so it isn't a shared name anymore.

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    Only theme i can think of is both my boys middle names start with J and no top 10 names here either

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    Themed as in they are all short names. Easy to spell. Other than that, no. Just names that suit them actually.

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    Default Are your kids names "themed"?

    They all have the same number of letters in them


 

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