A few days ago we were in the car and the familiar children's tune, "Dare to be a Daniel" came on. I know I've listened to this tune about 4 gazzilion times, but for Emma, the words finally sunk in for the first time. She exclaimed, "Daniel! That's my other name." I pointed out that yes, Danielle is her middle name and she was named for her granddad whose name is Daniel. Since a 3-year-old milestone is for a child to be able to say her WHOLE name, I often quiz her, making her repeat her first, middle, and last name. I asked her to say her whole name for me. She said, with enthusiasm, "My name is Emmawe Danielle Obey." Apparently she hears, "Emmaleigh Danielle obey" more than her last name. I guess it can't hurt to have a commandment in your name.