Wednesday, May 21, 2008

First Day in Court

Tomorrow, we go to court as a family. We will, officially, all have the same last name after the court allows me to take E's name.

I used to think that this was going to be a big deal. Funny how perceptions can change.

Congratulations to us!

18 comments:

Heather said...

congrats congrats!! It is an amazing feeling for everyone to have the same last name I'm sure... Laurie and I made up our own last name..it was a pretty easy process :) Good luck at court tomorrow!

bleu said...

I think it IS a big deal. Congrats!!!!!

Ali said...

Congratulations! We have been thinking about that too.

Poltzie said...

Aww, congrats!
I also think it's a BIG deal! I wish the States (and everywhere) would allow marriages of all kinds, I'm so proud to be a Canadian when it comes to that!

kyky7079 said...

Congratulations! That is a big deal. We will be doing that ourselves in the next couple of months.

Laurie said...

Woohoo! Very exciting! As Heather said, we made a new lsat name by combining our old names. The process itself took a while, but overall it was pretty easy! Good luck!

tbean said...

Wonderful! Congrats!

Mrs. Bluemont said...

Congrats! So happy for you three. You're in my thoughts everyday. xo

keri said...

That is wonderful! Congratulations to all of you!

Dr. Grumbles said...

Yay! You are already a family, but it is nice to have it be official.

MaMaMia said...

We all share the same last name too.
Congrats to your family!!
Keep those pictures coming!!

Holly said...

Congratulations!!!!!!!!!

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tiff said...

Congrats guys!! And look at those cute pictures!!!

ajs4ever said...

Congrats!! I took Jill's last name and I am SO glad I did!! We took care of it before Braden was born though. It was the best thing for us and I hope it is for the three of you too!

calliope said...

congrats!

Lizzie said...

Congrats to you (all three)!

sandra said...

Yay! Such a good family moment, even with the shifted perceptions. And easier to spell too. (E - remember Speak & Spell?!)