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  • Oreo Oreo's Avatar 03-31-09 | 04:34 PM
  • OK -- If I win the battle with DH, Little Pink will be named Marian Grace and we will call her Molly.

    So, since her formal name is Marian Grace, but we will use Molly for day to day, how do I word a baby announcement?

    Do I do something like, "We welcome Marian Grace "Molly" Q" or try to find an announcement with room for a two lines of name....?

    How would you handle a formal name and a nickname that will be used primarily?

    HELP!
  • 3Princes 03-31-09 | 04:38 PM
  • Marian "Molly" Grace Lastname (this is how I've seen it done most times.

    Or

    Marian (Molly) Grace Lastname

    Or, throw it in with the wording

    at the top in big letters--- Molly is here!
    Then, something about
    We welcome blah blah blah
    Marian Grace Lastname
Thank you 3Princes!
Oreo (04-01-09)
Thank you Keepers!
Oreo (04-01-09)
  • brandimichelle brandimichelle's Avatar 03-31-09 | 05:36 PM
  • I would write Marian "Molly" Grace Q------- (last name there)
Thank you brandimichelle!
Oreo (04-01-09)
  • KJCsabre KJCsabre's Avatar 03-31-09 | 05:37 PM

  •  
    Yup that's what I was going to say..

    Molly is here...

    Marian Grace Lastname
    blah, blah, weight...
    ect.


     

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