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POLL: what is YOUR middle name?
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curleysue1968 posted:
in light of all the naming games we have here. Share yours!!

Mine is Lyn (with 1 Y)

(oh and so is my sisters, original, huh?)
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proudmom0331 responded:
mine is Ann
 
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SAHM2myGirl responded:
Mine is Lynn (2 n's )
 
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cinnabar66133 responded:
Anne here too, but with an E
 
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Amanda1981 responded:
Mine is Marie. Amanda Marie how very common.
 
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Kimmy1545 responded:
Anne
 
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FarmWife1979 responded:
Ann - so is my Mom and DD
 
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j9ween2 responded:
Leslie
 
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emily8091457 responded:
Mine is Elizabeth... it looks like our generation had some pretty standard middle names. LOL It seems now days people are a little more creative... unless it's a family name or something.
 
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hrmomof1 responded:
My middle name is Kay. It's my mother's middle name as well as my godmother's middle name. If I have a daughter, I would like for her middle name to be Kay (if it fits).
 
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staceyj0709 responded:
Renee.

Gross. And my sister's have Dawn and Marie as middle names. How boring can you get...
 
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mlgbears31 responded:
Mine is Lea - pronounced LEE, not Le-ah. Kayla's is the same.
 
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staceyj0709 responded:
Renee.

Gross. And my sister's have Dawn and Marie as middle names. How boring can you get...
 
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ukbluegirl02 responded:
Lynette!!!

My sis' is Marie!
 
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ShayKTen responded:
Mine is Kay


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