Baby names are a fascinating subject. People love to talk about them and everyone has a suggestion, or two. My stepdaughter Amy is expecting this August, so the entire family on all sides have been making suggestions. This has been going on for a couple months and has finally quieted down for a while. She’s down to four names at this point, and with decisions like this the list can change at any time. We’ve certainly made some suggestions, but in the end it’s the Mom and Dad who make the final decision.
Names have always been intriguing to me, some people go with traditional or biblical names, and some get creative with spellings of traditional names as well as some that are just plain unique.
Which brings me to the subject I write about today. It’s a little off the wall, but still somewhat humorous. I don’t know that anyone would really use a baby name from this list, as it’s unusual. But I’ll let you be the judge. My goal was to find baby names by looking at landmarks around the Lansing area. Here we go:
Lansing Area Landmarks You Could Name Your Baby After
So how did I do? Do you have Lansing Landmark names you would add to the list? Would love your humorous input, if we get enough I can do a follow up on this.
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