||Being "fair" in honouring
||kudriashkajo (Authenticated as jodirae)
||June 7, 2012 at 11:52:06 AM
For any of you who have named a child in honour of a parent/grandparent, have their been any raminfications for choosing one grandparent over the other?
Obviously if I were to have a daughter and wanted to name her after my deceased grandmother, that wouldn't really be an issue. But what it, say I wanted to name her after my living mother-in-law. Wouldn't my also living mother have every right to be offended? Or do I just forget them and do what I want?
For those that have done it, how did you go about it and how was it received?
is the name I'm thinking of. Ruth
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Wife to Bernard Benjamin
Mom to Niko Benjamin
and Emerson Kai
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- Being "fair" in honouring - kudriashkajo Jun 7 2012, 11:52:06 AM