Robinson and Rosalind

My toddler son is named [name_m]Robinson[/name_m]; we call him [name_u]Robin[/name_u].
Older sister [name_f]Genevieve[/name_f], nn [name_f]Evie[/name_f].

I’m pregnant with our third; if it’s a girl, is [name_f]Rosalind[/name_f] (prn Rahz-a-[name_f]Lin[/name_f] with a silent D) too similar?
We would probably call her [name_f]Rosie[/name_f].

We both like the name, and their “everyday names”, [name_u]Robin[/name_u] and [name_f]Rosie[/name_f], wouldn’t be super close. I’m just concerned about their full names being so similar in sound.

Honestly it does seem too close.

I’d go with another long form, like [name_f]Rosalia[/name_f] or maybe just [name_f]Rose[/name_f], and call her [name_f]Rosie[/name_f].

It’s a bit close for me. [name_f]Rosamund[/name_f] or [name_f]Rosalie[/name_f] might be a good alternatives. They’re still close, but you avoid the matching “ah” vowel sound in the beginning and get the long “oh” sound instead.

Like previous posters, I too think it’s a bit close.

I think it’s fine.

When i say them aloud, they dont seem too close at all!

I think [name_f]Rosalind[/name_f] and [name_m]Robinson[/name_m] are too close, especially since you have another child, [name_f]Genevieve[/name_f], with an entirely different sounding name. It is my opinion that it would be better to give each of your children a name with a different beginning initial letter.

Here are some name suggestions:

[name_f]Genevieve[/name_f] and…