This is serious cause for congratulations.
Not that you asked, but you could take a name from your surroundings. Stark has a certain ring to it. Interesting, though, that while Gen. John Stark is remembered as the Hero of Bennington, and has a mtn. and a 'boro named after him, he was always a New Hampshire man.
Among the GMBs, there're lots of good choices, first and last:
Hmm... in the c's, there is one whose first name is apparently unknown--signified by a blank, or dashes. In some circles, dashes and ellipses can be used interchangeably. On, dasher!
Another bit: Thomas Rowley -- militia member and spokesman, known as the “Bard of the Green Mountains” who “Set the Hills on Fire”
So: congratulations, pops.
>From: Sharon Lives [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Monday, January 7, 2008 10:26 AM
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>Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] It's A Boy! Wuz: Re: ellipses
>how exciting, now you have one of each!!!
>Did you finalize a name yet?
>How bout Ullr?
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