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United - how to link reservations?

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We are considering a two week trip LHR-IAH. If we go, DH will be going LHR-IAH with us, will spend a week in Texas, then fly IAH-RTB for the last week, while the girls and I spend the whole two weeks at Grandma's.
Upon his return to IAH from RTB, the girls and I will meet him in Houston and all return to LHR together.
We chose United solely for the direct flights to both IAH and RTB. I am comfortable booking this online, but I will obviously have to book myself and the girls on one itinerary and book DH separately.
Once I do this, can I just call United and get our reservations linked, so they know we're doing the LHR-IAH-LHR portions together? Thanks!

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