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ladette · 23/02/2008 22:00
Pronounced like "Zara" but with an "S"? I love it. Can't believe, even if people don't like your DD's name, that they would tell you, so rude and insensitive. They obviously don't have very good taste anyway, Sara is both pretty and strong. Perfect. Allows your DD to be whatever she wants to be. Ignore them. Listen to MN. We're the wise ones.
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Charlene1 · 23/02/2008 22:06
I think it's lovely!! Very "classy" sounding!
Tell your family it's nothing to do with them - my mother sneered at dd's middle name (Taylor) but I told her "that's what we've chosen, and we like it, so shut up".
I wanted Sarah or Sahara for dd - dp said no, but that's because he knew someone called Sarah once who he didn't like, so it would remind him of her if we picked it! And he thought she'd be called "Sandy" (as in desert!) by bullies if we called her Sahara...
BINAH · 23/02/2008 22:26
yes..all my family saw my marriage like a nightmare because my dh is brazilian and mixed race wich is completly stupid....so he decided that i should follow my sister's name because she is a model for him...it is a long story but, laugh if you want, they payed my first fiancee, brazillian again, to leave me, wich he did but could not make the same with my husband so...he decided to oppose to everything we did....
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