Originally Posted by Cantbuymeloveuh
Why are you calling the cindys #4 and 5, is this the seed number you gave them when popping them?
I can't speak for him, but it's common to number the seeds when you pop them. Some people renumber them when they sort the girls.
It can also be used to mark certain phenotypes when the breeder originally popped them. E.g. Yeti #3, Wookie #9
Other strains will name the phenotypes. E.g. Stardawg Corey Cut, Kate Upton cut etc.
He's just differentiating the plants for whatever reason. He might be deciding on which mom to keep, or labeling clones etc.