(Closed) Any bees with two last names ?

posted 4 years ago in Names
Post # 4
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3343 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island

Mine is a different scenario.  My DH wants me to drop my maiden name and take his last name.  But my identity is my name, so I feel weird about giving up a part of myself.  I’ve compromised by adding his last name onto mine.  So, I will essentially have two middle names.

Christine Middle Maiden DH’sLast

ETA: I don’t think there’re any rules.  You can do whatever you want/feel comfortable with.

Post # 6
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297 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@MrsC2014:  My name currently is First name -Middle Name – Middle Name – Mothers last name – Fathers last name

 

 J M M D V – WHAAAAAAAAAT! And I’m just an irish/italian/canadian girl.

 

Come Oct 12 i’ll just be JMC. Dropping names left and right.

Post # 7
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2481 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I have a ridiculously long name. Before we got married it was Firstname-Middlename(which was my Great-grandfather’s surname) – My Surname.

Now it is Firstname – Middlename – DH’s Surname – My Surname (with a hyphen between the last two names). I kept my maiden surname last so that professionally I still Google up easily. Also because the two surnames combine better than My Surname-His Surname would.

Post # 9
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3672 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@MrsC2014:  My situation was a little different growing up and I had 

MyFristName MiddleName BioFathersLastName StepFathersLastName 

Now I only have my DHs and it makes things sooo much easier! 

the first last name was 9 letters long and the second was 6 and both started with REI 

Post # 10
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7275 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

@MrsC2014:  I’m Hispanic and have both my parents last names but they did it the American way and hyphenated moms-dads. I’m dropping both and just taking FIs cause the whole two names thing has been annoying my whole life. But I think technically it’s supposed to be HusbandsName de DadsName 

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