that sounds like too much. im sorry, but those names dont really flow together and having three middle names is dramatic. i honestly dont mean to rain on your parade, i would just never consider doing that. my brothers middle name is "mark-anthony" because tradition on my fathers side dictates that a son born takes his fathers name in his middle name. my parents felt like "mark" was too short of a middle name and added the "anthony" on their own will. they sound good together and his whole name flows. but "douglas-victor-steve" [for example, taking my fathers father, step-father, and father-in-laws names] is asking for too much for just the middle name!
in the end, your mother and in-laws will be satisfied fully just by spending time with their granddaughter.
for the record, i gave my daughter my mothers middle name. her other grandmother was not offended that i only picked one. i just liked how it sounded much better.
Shasuth? Risanth? Might be cool if you're an Anne McCaffrey fan :P Or maybe use the 3 first letters somehow? Ryssa? Sarisa? idk... might just be too much for one name.
Short of making some funky combination name I really don't know.
I'm sorry. I have no idea. Maybe see if their middle names are more similar? Or, you could think of a word which describes them all and use that as the middle name.
what are their middle names?
Quoting ATG499:I want to honor both MILs and my mother by incorporating their names into a middle name for my daughter. Short of having three middle names, what can I do? Their names are Shari, Susan, and Ruth.
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