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Thread: Is Beatrice Ramona too much?
April 25th, 2013 03:26 PM #1
Is Beatrice Ramona too much?
I'm really loving Beatrice nicknamed Betty. Betty is the husband's grandmother, and Ramona is my late grandmother. Does putting Beatrice and Ramona together make too strong of a Ramona Quimby vibe? My second option would be Beatrice Violet/Viola for my great-grandmother (Ramona's mother.) Our last name is two syllables and begins with F. So, what do you think? Beatrice Ramona F., Beatrice Violet F., or Beatrice Viola F.?Mama to Caleb Nicholas, Annabel Hope, and Grace Ramona
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