Delilah Rae (Jack)
Emily Louisa (Aleisha, Bella)
Irving Fortescue Violet (Willow, Gabriel, Arden)
Jazara Rose (Tahlia, Vienna)
Maeve Audrey (Amelie, Matilda)
Matisse Olympia (Lennex)
Nakaylee Tanya (Dimitty, Jordan)
Phoebe Jemima (Tabitha, Jasper)
Scarlett Minnie Cora
Tully Jade (Torryn, Kody, Siaan)
Ajay Michael Ross
Arthur Mackey (Mia, Harry, George)
Baxter Otis (Pippa)
Benjamin Walter Murdoch (Harrison)
Buick Ace (Tess, Bonnie)
Declan Cage (Sienna, Brooklyn)
Felix Monte (Oscar, Mietta)
Max Francesco (Savannah, Jack)
Zane William James (Zoe, Zeke)
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(Photo shows a 1956 Buick, somewhere in the Australian countryside)
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Zoe, Zeke, and Zane is quite the set. I wonder what their parents would choose if they have a fourth? Zara, Zale, or Zeal perhaps?
Oscar, Mietta, and Felix make a lovely sibling set, but my favorite is Tabitha, Jasper, and Phoebe, each a subtle nature name. Just perfect!
Oh, and Lucian Rain is a gorgeous appellation.
Zara and Zander were my first thoughts for continuing this sibset … there was also a family of all girls beginning with B that same week, but I thought it might be overkill to have both.
I loved both those sibsets and Lucian Rain!
I also love the sibset Tabitha, Phoebe and Jasper (all on my own list!) but I missed the nature thing and focussed on them all as less common biblical choices. Jemima also fits the bill for both nature meanings and biblical reference…. how I wish we could know the other two middle names! Maybe this is a new set altogether nature names from the bible LOL. Ok probably that is a stretch.
Biblical nature names – now that’s an awesome sibset theme!
Sapphira, Chloe and Jonah would be another one ….
Are you sure that photo was taken in Australia? The car appears to be left-hand-drive (while most cars in Aus are RHD).
Yes – you are allowed to import vintage LHD cars into Australia, and you can register them as long as they are roadworthy. You need to have a special warning sticker on the car to drive it, but I imagine most vintage cars aren’t regularly driven long distances anyway. This one was taken on a nice little road trip around New South Wales and Victoria – I suspect the photo was taken in rural NSW, but I can’t be sure.
Not sure how I feel about car names. There’s a boy in my town (Central Vic, Australia) called Bentley who has a sister named Maserati (another car) which I think is a bit much, plus the family I might have mentioned before (because I can’t help but bring it up on every name site, it’s such a doozy!) who no joke have Chevrolet “Chevy”, Elcamino “Momo” and Rocket 88 (boy, girl, girl). They’re the sweetest most wholesome family though!
They’re not really my thing, but I’m not a “car person”. If cars are really important to you, you can understand how you could name all your children after them. Chevy, Momo and Rocket are a cute car sibset.