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When I look at a large sibset, I often look at it as a whole AND look at it in terms of brother names and sister names.
Two brother's have L names but Emmett doesn't. That would bother me. But, maybe I'm odd like that.
The sister names go well together because they're both two syllables and ending in the -en sound.
And, it bothers me that three have L names but the other children have names starting with different letters. I think it would be okay to have 3 L's and 2 E's OR 3 L's and 2 S's or even 2 L's and 3 children with names starting with 3 different letters.
But, as you know, most people do not sit around and evaluate names and sibsets like many of us in this forum. No one else IRL would probably even notice everything I just said.
When you look at it all written out like that, I notice that there is three L names and two different letter ones, but it's not like I think 'OMG that is retarded!' Most people won't look at it all written out like that. When you just say them aloud, it's not a big deal.