Names For Multiples
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Naming one baby can take hours of thoughtful consideration, but naming multiples can be extremely difficult. In addition to all of the normal considerations, parents of multiples have extra concerns about which names to choose.
 Individual Identities
A name identifies a person for life, and it is very important for a person to be comfortable with their own name. Many parents of multiples believe that their children’s names need to have a common theme (Jewel & Ruby), or sound the same (Kayla & Kylie). This is not the case; in fact, it is important for your children to have a sense of individuality – something that separates them as a person from their siblings.
 Family Pressures
When you are expecting twins or multiples, it is not uncommon for relatives to become a bit pushy about what names you use. In most cases, the logic behind this is that if you are having more than one, you get to choose more names, so of course there should be some room for old Auntie Ethel’s name in there somewhere, right? It is important to stand your ground on this issue. Choose a name that you like, so that you don’t regret it later on.
 Other Considerations
There are many other things to consider when you are expecting multiples, such as:
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