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Too similar?

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m0jit0 Mon 09-Sep-19 16:56:41

Quite like the name Rosie for dc2 but our first child is called Maisie- are these names too similar? So hard to agree on a girls name!!

MissHenty Mon 09-Sep-19 17:45:14

I personally don’t think they’re too similar plus if you like the names once they’re a bit older they’ll rarely keep having to say their names one after the other

If you’re still worried about Rosie what about Rose (and just call her Rosie as a nn)

Then when you say them together you can say “Maisie and Rose”

AverageMummy Tue 10-Sep-19 07:29:01

I think they are. What about Rosa? Beautiful name with a very different sound to Maisie

NoSauce Tue 10-Sep-19 12:10:14

Rose would be better than Rosie. Or Rosa.

mumof3andadoggy Tue 10-Sep-19 15:22:29

I know siblings with those names. Not too similar at all

Peanutbuttericecream Tue 10-Sep-19 15:23:32

Rosa is a much better bet.

Nonnymum Tue 10-Sep-19 15:27:57

Why not call her Rosalie, Rosemary or Rosa but call her Rosie.
I don't think they are too similar but you might want to give her options for when she's older. But if you prefer Rosie use it.

Atlasta Tue 10-Sep-19 15:29:17

A bit similar. I like Rosa

KatnissK Tue 10-Sep-19 15:38:41

I know siblings with these names too. I think it's fine.

DramaAlpaca Wed 11-Sep-19 01:30:18

They aren't too similar but they are very different styles of name.

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