I’m curious to hear everyone’s opinions on whether the comparitive length of sibling names matter, and if so how much. For you, do names have to be the same or similar numbers of syllables, or is it only style that matters?
If one child has a four syllable name but goes almost exclusively by a shorter nickname (e.g. [name]Elizabeth[/name] is always [name]Betsy[/name] or [name]Elle[/name]) could you give a second child a one syllable name? Does it matter less when there are more children in a family (e.g. is [name]Finn[/name] and [name]Sebastian[/name] more noticeable or ‘off’ than [name]Finn[/name], [name]Sebastian[/name], [name]Oliver[/name] and [name]Theodore[/name])? Would wide syllable variation, such as sisters [name]Penelope[/name], [name]Aurora[/name], [name]Martha[/name] and [name]June[/name] be alright, in your opinion?