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    OJandMe is offline I am the strength my children will have.
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    for sure I took his name. I hated my maiden name and couldn't wait to get it changed.

    Lucky DH has a nice name.

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    Yes, I dis, because that's just what I assumed was the norm and his surname is easier to spell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by missie_mack View Post
    I married for love, not a name.
    This will be me too

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    My mother is a feminist - so my maiden name is her maiden name anyway, we have a tradition going on I guess at the end of the day it made me realise early on that a name is a name is a name. It means nothing in terms of family, or the bond that your family has etc.

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    I use his name for financial things and now for school things, but the rest of the time I use my maiden name.

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    Yep I took hubby's last name I love him to bits and although i don't like the family that I married into I took his surname not their's. It is very important to me to have the same last name as my children. I love my maiden name and if we ever have a boy it will be his middle name but i don't regret taking his name

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    sure did

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles10 View Post
    what does that even mean?
    That the personal beliefs and values I hold, that I will be taking my husbands surname when we wed. Simple.

    I really don't want to go into detail because it will start ****.

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    I always planned on taking my husband's name when I married. To me, that is part of the whole idea of marriage.

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    No I didnt and I will never take his last name. We are from different culture and where I am from we dont usually take the husband's last name.

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