Honouring Parents

Ok, so I have two questions which I’m hoping won’t be too long.
I am contemplating whether or not to honour my parents. My dad’s middle is my grandpa’s first, but I don’t think my mum’s named after anyone. It’s become something that a lot of people seem to be leaning towards as of late, and I was wandering if there was a really deep reason why, other than, oh, it’s my mum, oh, it’s after dad’s mum’s brother’s son’s name.
Second, if I was to use honour names, I’m not sure what names I could use to honour my parents. I’m not overly fond of using the actual name, and so, would like a resemblance of the name. My mum is [name_f]Jaqueline[/name_f] [name_f]Nicole[/name_f], and my dad is [name_u]Garry[/name_u] [name_m]John[/name_m].
Also, I don’t like names like [name_u]Nichola[/name_u] and [name_m]Jonathon[/name_m], because those are too similar. If you have any suggestions, that would be great.

I think it’s sweet when boys can honor the female side and girls the male side, so I included names associated with both sexes. I’m going to be using behindthename’s related names, if you are interested in seeing for yourself.




[name_m]John[/name_m] (this one is really long you might want to see here for more I may have looked over):
Seona (name berry lists the alternate [name_f]Sheona[/name_f] as a form of [name_u]Shawn[/name_u], behindthename says it comes from [name_f]Seonag[/name_f] and is a scottish form of [name_u]Joan[/name_u])