For the 18th year, MillerCoors will pay for free St. Patrick's Day rides on Milwaukee County Transit System buses, to discourage drunken driving. That free service starts at 6 p.m. Saturday.
Routes and schedules are available at www.MillerLiteFreeRides.com, by calling (800) FREE-RIDES (800-373-3743), or by texting "FREERIDE" to 90464.
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3 Reasons to Keep your Baby's Name a Secret
Not only is having a baby stressful but naming your child is stressful too! Who would think that naming your baby would be so challenging? Well it is ladies and gentlemen. You and your partner have to decide what your child will be named for the rest of their lives. C’mon, that is a lot put on your shoulders. You also have the option of keeping your babies name a secret. Some advice on that:
1. All names have baggage: Say you want to name your daughter Jill and tell your mother, your mother than continues to tell you a horrific story of someone she knows named Jill. This continues on and on with all of your friends and family. Everyone you know has an absurd story of the name you wish to name your child. This being said, it is a great idea to keep your babies name a secret. You won’t have to hear all the terrifying stories and have to constantly think of new names. If you and your mate love a name, keep it tucked close.
2. Secrets are exciting: Who doesn’t enjoy a secret every once in a while? Especially a secret so large! This secret will give you and your beau more bonding, you will be the only ones who know your child’s name. It may sound cheesy however, you two will connect more. Also, your family and friends will be more surprised when they eventually find out the name of your baby. A plus for all!
3. Change of mind: Mentioned before, it is hard to decide on a name for your child. With this in mind, you and your partner may change your child’s name. It will be frustrating to you both by telling all your friends and family of the new name for your baby. Typically, you want to avoid this in general. It is human to change your mind, so don’t worry about that. To make things easier, keep your babies name a secret.
And reason number 4, probably the most important...
4. Someone might steal it: When I was born my dad called my mom's sister Louise, (who was pregnant at the time), he did not give her the good news of my arrival, instead he asked what she would name her baby if it was a girl, you guessed it she said Michele. That is how I got my name. Now my Aunt Louise did have a girl and named her Michelle.