I agree with that (so would never do matchy-matchy names), but I would like to have my kids names all go together, rather than appear to have just been randomly plucked from whatever was around me (eg if I had John, Jayden and Wilbur or something).
I agree that that would be weird, but I also think that an individual’s taste tends to prevent that from happening. The kind of person that names their kid [name]Jayden[/name] is not the same kind of person that names their kid [name]John[/name]. In other words, people tend to like the same kinds of names.
For instance, I like strong, classic or classic-ish names. Some of my faves for girls are [name]Meredith[/name], [name]Genevieve[/name], [name]Sylvia[/name], [name]Camille[/name], [name]Elizabeth[/name], [name]Vivian[/name], [name]Catherine[/name]. Your selections [name]Rosemary[/name] and [name]Hazel[/name] are not my personal cup of tea, but they don’t offend my senses, either. (They are both on the strong side, but not classics. In fact when I look at your list, all your selections are either strong or classics. So I guess that you could make a conscious decision to commit either to “strong” or “classic,” but I think one or the other would end up naturally winning out anyway. For myself, strong is way more important.)
However, I would saw off my own arm before I signed a birth certificate with “[name]Kaylee[/name]” or “[name]Jasmine[/name]” or whatever on it.
Frances- already been vetoed
[name]Do[/name] you like [name]Francesca[/name]? It’s stronger, so it might be acceptable to your spouse.