Myra Sue sounds better just because Myra Alane has an A at the end of the first and beginning of the middle....it may not sound weird to you but just the way it rolled off my tongue when i said it, i felt Myra Sue was better!!!!!!!
I preffer Myra Sue, however here's some unsolicited advise....
I grew up with 4 names First and middle name and then two last names; it gets kinda annoying having to say them all, and then on all of the documents you have to sign all that stuff...it sounds good but it gets old. Plus everyone calls you by two names anyway.
I like Myra Sue Alane because the syllables flow better--2:1:2.
My son also has four names and I had a hard time deciding which middle name to put first, because both are family names from each side. I ended up deciding based on the syllables flowing in a pattern of 2:1:2:2. I just think it flows better that way, because then you don't have a mouthful up front, followed by a short name.
I was actually going to spell her name MyraSue, My grandmother suggested it. :)
We lost my father-in-law in October from a work accident, he was 59....his name was Myron. So I thought this is one way we could honor his name, even though we're having a girl. Sue is my Mother-in-law's middle name and Alane is my Mother's.
I didn't want to leave anyone out :)
Thank you again for your opinions, it just helps alot~
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