Oh, I wasn’t talking about you specifically with that full moon story, just hoping there might be a general increase in the action around Nameberry…
Anyway, your husband is named [name]Patrick[/name]? Not that that has anything to do with anything, though - it just must have slipped my mind.
Okay, I personally think that [name]Sariah[/name] [name]Rochelle[/name] or any other R middle name is a bit much with the R in [name]Sariah[/name], and you sort of lose the “-iah” part of the name when you say them together. I’m also not a fan of [name]Rochelle[/name] and prefer your name, [name]Raquel[/name]. This isn’t a huge deal, though. I know that you used [name]Patrick[/name]'s name for [name]Justin[/name]'s middle name, but, for some reason, using the mother’s first name as a middle name bothers me. [name]Don[/name]'t ask me why!
Since I guess he doesn’t care that much about honoring his brother anymore with [name]Josephine[/name] (which is fine since he already did with [name]Jacob[/name]), I’ll tell you my pick for her name - [name]Sariah[/name] [name]Cait[/name]. It is the same number of syllables as [name]Jacob[/name] [name]Justin[/name] and [name]Alanna[/name] [name]Rose[/name] (so it is equal yet different and likely works with your last name), and it incorporates an Irish name in [name]Cait[/name]. Also, it has a pretty combined meaning, “pure princess.”
Oh, nobody else will think [name]Sariah[/name] looks like [name]Sarah[/name] misspelled. And, if you happen to have any Mormon neighbors, they will recognize the name from The Book of Mormon, in which [name]Sariah[/name] is deemed to be righteous and thus will be saved.
Best of luck, [name]Raquel[/name]! And, your [name]SIL[/name] having her baby on the same day potentially? Wow!