Good news! We are doing the last round of paperwork for Curlytop's and Snugglebug's adoptions!
Included in this infernal stack of paperwork is the document in which we declare the girls' new legal names. Um, yeah... So now we have to decide how we are going to spell the names we picked out for them two years ago.
Of course I value your input, my dear readers. I am anxiously looking forward to finding out what you think I should name my children... Just know that if I don't like the majority answer, I reserve the right to overrule it.
We are not changing the babies' first names much; just changing the spelling for one and lengthening the other. We are giving them new middle names, though.
Just don't get all, "OMG - You're changing their names?!" on me, because let me tell you... I've had Curlytop since she was seven months old, and Snugglebug since she was five days old. I think I've earned a little creative license, okay?
It's not like I'm Angelina, completely changing a five-year-old's name. OKAY?
Also... in case you were interested (and I know you were), Annmarie (or AnnMarie) is a mashup of Mr. Wright's mama's middle name (Marie) and my mama's (Ann).
AND... Sinclair/Synclair (or Sinclaire/Synclaire) is an extension of my brother's middle name, which is Clair.
Yes, he knows it's a fat girl's name.