I'm just curious about what people think about families that have a common theme between their children's names. Whether or not it was planned, she won't admit, but my mom named her four kids such that our first initials in order spell MAMA.
I know it doesn't really matter, and I'm probably over-thinking this, but my first two children coincidentally have names that start with the same letter. When people find out I'm pregnant, oddly the first question I frequently get asked is, "This one gonna be an E too?" I can't decide how I feel about this. Our top contenders for girls names didn't start with E, but I found out I was having a boy. We have two top choices for boy's names. One starts with an E and the other one doesn't. (I really like E names for some reason.) So now the question is, do we use the E name or the not-E name. And if we have another kid which turns out to be a boy, and we end up using the E name for our fourth child, will our non-E third child feel left out?
What do you think? Do coordinated names promote a sense of comradery or are they just plain weird?