Tuesday, October 14, 2008

D@mn Lisa Marie Presley

Feeling Quiet
Hearing Nada

Lisa Marie Presley announced the names of her twin girls today (Harper & Finley). How in the world did she pick both of MY girl names? I know it is crazy how possessive I feel about these names but I can't help it!

4 comments:

  1. I understand...I feel the same way about the names I have picked for this little one. A couple in our church had a little girl and gave her the middle name Grace and it was a bit of a disappointment to me cause I don't want them to think I was copying them when I have had this name picked out since before Rebekah's! :)

    Hope you are doing well! God Bless
    Janis

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  2. (((Erin))) those are neat names; I hadn't heard of them before; I remember when all my friends were having babies, we would talk about names; I would say what my favorites were and they would end up using them. when I finally found one that I liked, I didn't share it with anyone, but its weird that Lisa Marie picked both of your favorite names

    (((Erin)))

    betty

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  3. I like put names under lock and key. We made the mistake of telling this girl that Kaitlin knows Kyan's name and I'll be darned if she went and told her friend his name and she had a boy like a week before Kyan came and used the name. We live in a small town and everyone already knew Kaitlin had that name picked out since she was 5 months. That girl had Michael picked out. So they knew she stole the name. Kait wanted to change it and i said no because to me he was already Kyan and it fits him perfect. Those are cute names. I knew only once person in my lifetime named Harper and she is in her 60s. This was a surname in her family. Her name was Harper Belle. Don't know anybody named Finley.
    Take care, Chrissie

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  4. Isn't it the pits when someone takes your name!! I am soo glad that it is not just me and my sisters who are crazy about names. We only share our faves with each other, knowing they are sacred!!

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