Mamma 2pudgy bunns --I know about Adoniram Judson--I was the president of the Ann Judson society in college
I really enjoyed learning about them.
Well, my name is Malissa--very common but not spelled that way.
I have an uncle named Justice--which was his mom's maiden name.
My son is named Philemon--it's pronounce Figh (high)--lee--mon (as in Monday) it is a book of the Bible and Philemon means "a Kiss".
We had neigbors with a little girl named Pachulie Flower.
I have a nephew with a daughter named Triona--Try--oh--na
His name is Troy and hers is Trina so they mixed it--but then they named their other children "normal" names--I don't think that's fair actually--if you're going with uncommon names all the kids should get something uncommon.
For example if we have another child we won't name him John cause that's not fair to give Philemon an uncommon name and then a very common name to the others.
Don't know if I"m making sense here--but all my siblings got a Bible name and I didn't and I always felt left out about that.
Astrid is very pretty--Astrid Lindgren wrote Pippy Longstocking--I'm not sure about the other book