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#48: 02-09-2013, 01:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Jace2010LGT View Post
Nah, you're good. At my daughters preschool one of her friends is named Piper. At least it's spelled exactly as it sounds.
The sad part is a little boy in my daughters class is named Jase. One day his mom came in at the same time I did and asked the teacher how was Jase today? I promptly replied "do I know you" and got a puzzled look from both of them. Sadly if I have a boy my wife wants to name him after me because she thinks my name is unique and endearing.
So sadly the cycle continues............
I actually know 3 guys named Jace, and I am pretty sure they are all spelt like yours. I have always liked the name, but didn't know it was that unique... I think we have a lot of unique names in utah though.
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