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Our little girl has a name as of yesterday.

Elizabeth Jane

We will call her “Libbie.”

She is named after my paternal grandmother, whom I adore and who is a saint for living with my grandfather for 50+ years. She has been very sick in the last two years and I had honestly hoped this baby would be a girl so Grandma could meet her first great-grandchild and namesake.

My other grandmother’s name is Janice and my mom’s middle name is Jean, so I think Jane is a good mix of those and we just like the name.

No, I don’t care if you like it or not. But someone asked what the name was when I announced she was a girl, so there you go! I don’t want any responses on whether she will be made fun of, etc, etc. Thanks!

7 thoughts on “

  1. Well, I sure hope no one will tell you that they don’t like the name because, frankly, it isn’t their business. 🙂

    With that said, I love the name. 🙂

  2. I love it! Our daughter was also named after her great-grandmother, and the 3 sweet visits we had with her before she died were so touching.

    Even if we had had to name her Agatha Gertrude, it would have been worth it–to see the happiness on that woman’s face.

  3. If anyone makes fun of my Libbie, they will die a slow painful death. That is all.

    “Auntie Roo”

  4. How could you make fun of Libbie? I love it!

    And how did you decide so quickly. Even when I decide, I know I’ll be wondering if I really decided. *sigh*

    (I’ll be calling her Libbie Lou…that’s what we call Lydia; Lyddie Lou!)

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