1. Pizza Playground is nice if you have a game arcade, otherwise no. There is already a Sharky's Pizza, at least in SoCal.

  2. I love Roland! It's one of my top favorites. Cassidy sounds feminine to me. Maybe Cassian or Cassius? Or Lucas or Marcus with the nickname Cass?

  3. It's in Acts of the Apostles in chapter 10:9-16. Peter is hungry and wants to eat something and then he goes into a trance and gets a vision of a sheet being lowered down from heaven, and in the sheet there are a bunch of quadrupeds and reptiles and birds. He hears a voice saying "Get up, Peter; Kill and eat." And then he says "Surely not, Lord; I have never eaten anything impure or unclean" and the voice replied, "Do not call anything impure that God has made clean." This little argument between Peter and the voice happened three times, and the sheet was then lifted back to heaven.

  4. This is the best answer, but also these dietary laws were only given to Jews in the first place. They never applied to Gentiles.

  5. I see a degree as a plus, especially if it's something like philosophy or theology. What a great asset for teaching children.

  6. And yet...that philosophy or theology degree probably left her with student debt. How will you as a couple handle that?

  7. Sometimes gates change and announcements over the loudspeaker are impossible to hear because of poor quality sound system. If you're not obsessively checking the board you could miss it.

  8. Daisy, Lila, Fern, Elsa, Margot, Tessa.

  9. I wouldn't worry about the baristas; They're under pressure to write something quick in a noisy environment. Plus, I think misspelling names is encouraged because people take a picture of it and post it on social media, resulting in free advertising. As for readers who write in, they should get it right but what can you do? For coworkers and professional contacts, you can point it out to them politely. There's really no excuse for them not to get it right.

  10. Katerina, and it's a very pretty name.

  11. I think it would be fine to use Vivian, but here are some more B names:

  12. I love M names! Here are some:

  13. If you've been dating for 3 months, why not meet his family?

  14. I don't understand what's wrong with Kirby. Until a couple years ago I had a next-door neighbor named Kirby and I didn't see anything wrong with it. But if you have to choose something different, what about Darby?

  15. Why anyone would say Darby is more acceptable than Kirby is beyond me.

  16. Since there's nothing wrong with Kirby, I'd agree.

  17. I like Conrad. Clark is okay. I would advise against Cohen as it has a religious significance in the Jewish community. What about one of these?

  18. I met my husband on Catholic Match. We were both widowed and over 50. Yes, you should pay. They may have discounts coming up in honor of Valentine's Day.

  19. Betty is cute. I don't know if people really get teased for those initials. What about Elizabeth with the nickname Betty? Tabitha might be another name that could give the nickname Betty.

  20. Your daughter will have a whole life outside of family gatherings with her cousins. Most of her classmates, neighborhood friends, and eventual work friends won't know she has a cousin named Oliver. Within the family, it's mildly notable at worst that two cousins have similar names. I vote for staying with your first choice.

  21. A slightly more unusual flower name is Jacinta or Jacinda (meaning: hyacinth).

  22. I love Milo and Felix! What about one of these:

  23. Harry, Colleen, Liam, and...

  24. Not explicitly Catholic, but I thought Don't Look Up had some very Christian themes.

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