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If it weren't for the fact that <current lastname> is DN's lastname I'd tell you to make T change his name. :D

I think if I had gone back to my maiden name with the divorce, I would not change it now. T doesn't care either way (his last name is the same as his biological father's, not the man who raised him and he calls "Dad", so he has no emotional attachment to his at all).

I just don't want DN's name any more, and I'd rather switch to T's than explain to everyone I ever meet from now on why I have one last name, my husband has another and my children have a third, if I took the opportunity to change it back to my maiden name now.

The New Feminism: convenience. ;)

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