This idea just came to me while posting in another thread.
We are constantly looking for sib-set names that flow well together and have something in common well how about a sib-set that has nothing in common and still flows well?
So… name a sib-set of 4 children (2G & 2B) with names that are as different from one another as possible.
Each name MUST have a fn and 1 mn.
The [name]Berry[/name] after you can reply on how successful they think you were.
- [name]Sebastian[/name] [name]Dennis[/name] (Latin/Dutch)
- [name]Aurelie[/name] Whetu (French/Maori)
- [name]Paloma[/name] Batul (Spanish/Arabic)
- [name]Lysander[/name] [name]Knox[/name] (Greek/Scottish)
Each FN and MN starts and ends with a different letter. No two FN are the same length. No two MN are the same length. Each name/spelling is has origins in a different country (not exclusively but still).
Now it’s your turn. (You can do more than 4 but it’s harder than I would have thought). Have fun!!!