Am I too critical?

Her first two are named [name]Ashton[/name] and [name]Benjamin[/name], (well done!) now her daughter has arrived and is named [name]MacKenzie[/name] [name]Alicia[/name]! I thought that the [name]MacKenzie[/name] craze was over. If only it had been [name]Alicia[/name] [name]MacKenzie[/name].

Wdyt?

Well, I personally have a strong dislike for [name]Mackenzie[/name], but I don’t happen to like [name]Ashton[/name] very much either. At least she spelled [name]Mackenzie[/name] the authentic way, rather than, say, Makynzee. A tradional Scottish surname that even J.K. Rowling chose for her child - could be much worse in my opinion.

I think, out of the three, that [name]Benjamin[/name] is the most classic and the odd one out in this sibset. To me, [name]Ashton[/name] seems a bit trendy, not as much as [name]MacKenzie[/name], but still…

Not a fan of either, so no, not critical, you just know what you do (and do not) like. But it is done, so acceptance with joy is the best alternative.