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First names like middle names KyleySays Due June 4 (boy); 2 kids; Japan 269 posts
Jul 7th '13

Is it weird to give a baby a first name that was similar to his/her siblings middle name?



Examples --
DD1: Marianne Lily
DD2: Lillian Renee



DD1: Regina Catherine
DD2: Cate Genevieve

=^•^= NO, OD, France 36461 posts
status Jul 7th '13

No, not at all. My DD has two middle names and I have picked out similar names to them for future daughters.

Cαtwomαn 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Gotham, DC, United States 15131 posts
Jul 7th '13

I don't think it's weird. How often are middle names used anyway? They're mostly just for paper.

kr.r 1 child; Kansas City, MO, United States 8737 posts
Jul 7th '13

I wouldn't, but I also think it takes away from the individuality of the child.

Vicki McDonald Due September 28 (boy); 3 kids; Belleville, Ontario 927 posts
Jul 7th '13

It's totally fine. Just don't name your daughter Cate. it's not a name, it's a nick name. Naming your child a nick name is just mean. ( my name is Vicki, not Victoria, and I explain it endlessly, and hate it. My sister is Janie, not Janet or even Jane. She hates it too. my mom sucks. especially since our other 2 sisters are Tiffany and Stephannie. Yeah, I know it's almost the same, but they don't even live in the same country as eachother anymore, so now that they're grown up they have no more explaining to do)

user banned 2 kids; Moses Lake, Washington 13508 posts
Jul 7th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Vicki McDonald:</b>" It's totally fine. Just don't name your daughter Cate. it's not a name, it's a nick name. Naming your ... [snip!] ... they don't even live in the same country as eachother anymore, so now that they're grown up they have no more explaining to do)"</blockquote>



Sucks you're bitter. :lol:

kr.r 1 child; Kansas City, MO, United States 8737 posts
Jul 7th '13
Quoting Vicki McDonald:" It's totally fine. Just don't name your daughter Cate. it's not a name, it's a nick name. Naming your ... [snip!] ... they don't even live in the same country as eachother anymore, so now that they're grown up they have no more explaining to do)"


Why not change your name to Victoria then?

=^•^= NO, OD, France 36461 posts
status Jul 7th '13
Quoting Jillynne:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Vicki McDonald:</b>" It's totally fine. Just don't name your ... [snip!] ... anymore, so now that they're grown up they have no more explaining to do)"</blockquote> Sucks you're bitter. :lol:"


Right? :lol:



Catie won't age well but Cate is just as formal as Rose.

Vicki McDonald Due September 28 (boy); 3 kids; Belleville, Ontario 927 posts
Jul 8th '13
Quoting kr.r:" Why not change your name to Victoria then?"


ok fine, you got me. I considered it, but it just seems wrong, as if it's disrespectful to my parents or something. I don't really hate it THAT much, but I would definitely have preferred a real name.

kr.r 1 child; Kansas City, MO, United States 8737 posts
Jul 9th '13
Quoting Vicki McDonald:" ok fine, you got me. I considered it, but it just seems wrong, as if it's disrespectful to my parents ... [snip!] ... to my parents or something. I don't really hate it THAT much, but I would definitely have preferred a real name. "


I mean, you're the one that's stuck with the name - signing it, saying it, hearing it, so on and so forth - so it seems only fair that you should like the name. Besides, it's not like changing it to Victoria would be as drastic as if you had picked a completely different name altogether.