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I called all 3 of my children by the same name

While pregnant, Donna-Marie Parry and husband Mitchell both decided she would choose a name if their newborn baby was a girl and he would choose if it was a boy.

But that’s where a dilemma arises. “I love the name Avery and really want it,” says specialist tutor Donna-Marie, 35, from Cwmbran, south Wales.

Donna-Marie loved the name she gave her first daughter so much that she gave it to her next two children as well.

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Donna-Marie loved the name she gave her first daughter so much that she gave it to her next two children as well.Credit: Provided
Donna Marie, pictured here with her three daughters; Ava-Marie, Isla-Marie and Florence-Marie

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Donna Marie, pictured here with her three daughters; Ava-Marie, Isla-Marie and Florence-MarieCredit: Provided

“But Mitchell doesn’t like that – he thinks it’s like the Aviary and associates it with birds.”

So she chose Ava-Marie – because it sounds like and also includes her name.

“He liked it and decided, if we had a baby boy, he would be called Carter John because his middle name is John.

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“I like that Marie is my middle name.

“It feels like if we had a girl, she would have a special connection with me even as she grows up.”

And when the couple’s baby girl arrived at Princess of Wales Hospital, Cardiff, south Wales, on December 27, 2015, weighing 7lb 4oz, they were delighted with their choice of name.

“Some people have asked why she has the same name as me but I don’t care,” her mother said.

Then, three years later, she became pregnant with twins – and also gave them the hyphenated name Marie.

This time, each couple chose a first name, knowing it would be their last pregnancy.

“I chose Isla and Mitchell chose Florence – we wanted to give them the same hyphenated name as their older sister Marie, just like me,” she said.

Isla-Marie and Florence-Marie arrived 6lb 10oz and 6lb 8oz at Gwent Hospital in Cwmbran.

“I’m really pleased to have given them the same name as all of us,” she said. “I don’t want them to grow up thinking that I care more about their big sister than they do when I love them all equally.

“Having the same name connects us all.”

But she said that some people were a bit confused because all three of them had the same hyphen name (and it was similar to hers).

“The playgroup didn’t realize it was their name at first and was hyphenated,” she said. “And the doctors ‘joke’ you out of ideas.

“But I heard in Latin America it’s very common to do this.

“I am really proud and delighted that we started this tradition in the family.”

No delivery driver Mitchell, 31.

will have its own name now. Donna-Marie said.

“But we have a dog – and his name is John.

“So at least Mitchell has something named after him.”

In other news, a mother reveals that she regrets her child’s name and wants to change it, but says that no one else agrees with her.

And, my boyfriend watched football when I was in labor, now he says that I was the one who told his mother.

While, The most popular baby names of the past 20 years has been revealed, and it looks like the parents are HUGE Royal fans.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17744908/called-kids-same-first-name/ I called all 3 of my children by the same name

Dais Johnston

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