What’s in a Name?

I am now the proud Mama of two little calico kittens. We adopted them on Monday from the Jasper Animal Rescue Mission in Ridgeland. What fun it has been! They are 4 month old sisters and are just the sweetest things!

I haven’t had a cat since we had to give Hobbes back to my parents when Olivia was a baby. He wasn’t very, uh, careful with my baby and had to go!

We have all (well, except Dustin) been wanting a little someone to hold. I told DQ that it was either another baby or kittens – he said to hurry and get that cats!

So now they are here and adjusting well. But we are having a big problem with naming them. There are so many cute ‘pair names’ out there. It’s hard to decide!!!

I would love to get some feed back from ya’ll. Maybe you will pick the winner!

Here are some cute ones that we like:

Peanut and Butter
Cinnamon and Sugar
Ruth and Naomi
Lucy and Ethel
Sissy and Sissa – what my mom and aunt are called
Liza and Lorna – Judy Garland’s daughters names
Molly and Polly
Lily and Rosy
Anne and Diana – is there really an explanation needed?
Mona and Lisa
Laverne and Shirley
Garden and Eden
Mary and Poppins

and since I have been typing the kids have suggested

Christmas and Carol
Christmas and Present
Fly and Ing  … yeah, we are really getting into this name pair thing!

Thanks for the help! Oh! and here are some pics to help you help us!

      

8 thoughts on “What’s in a Name?

  1. Peanut and Butter. We really like Anne and Diana but somehow they don't seem like spunky kitten names. By the way sorry you missed it, Fidget and I had an Anne of Green Gables party last week!

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