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Jenna Bush named her daughter Margaret Laura, but they're calling her Mila. Kind of a stretch, no?
It was definitely a stretch. Mila is so far removed from Margaret, plus there is no ee sound or letter I in either name so it makes even less sense. Sound like she wanted a cute trendy name but felt obligated to honor their mothers.
mermomo5:At least all 3 are good names and if you combine fn and mn I suppose it could work!
ahare2009:I think it's cute. I'm assuming it's originating from Mi (margaret) La (Laura).
Hey, good to see you around Laurasusan!
I agree, it's a bit of a stretch. They should've just named her Mila if that's what they want to call her.
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Blondangel:Hey, good to see you around Laurasusan!I agree, it's a bit of a stretch. They should've just named her Mila
I agree, it's a bit of a stretch. They should've just named her Mila
apc1929:I disagree- I think a nn can be anything that's endearing to you I like that they used