I was looking through an old parish directory recently and enjoyed these sib sets (alt characters used for privacy):
R0salie, T3ssy, Soph!a, and El!za
Br!an, S3an, Cas3y (g),* Col!n, and Mara
M0lly, Grady, and Cla!re
Gr!ffin, T3ss, and N3ll
B3n, Sara, and N0ra
Just!n, Isab3lle, and Al3ssandra
Ke3gan (b),* Qu!nn (b),* and Ol!via (I’m always interested to see how families handle it when they use androgynous-ish names* — generally it seems only one gender gets the unisex names while the other gets an unquestionably masculine or feminine name)
Have you heard of any well named sib sets you’d like to share?
*Just to clarify — I’m not making a judgment about the names Ke3gan, Qu!nn, and Cas3y by calling them “androgynous-ish” — just pointing out that they’re currently used for both boys and girls. I say “ish” because I personally still consider Ke3gan a boy’s name, though I know a girl with it, so I wouldn’t call it androgynous, but others might. The other two names I’ve heard equally for boys and girls, and I might even say they skew feminine in my experience.