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Did choose the spelling of your daughter Paislee to go with her sisters name? A lot of articles say it was a Houska tradition and you copied them. Just wondering
I was the one who brought up the double E. I liked the spelling better that way rather than an EY. Honestly we weren't trying to "copy" anyone.