Thanks everyone for your input!!! I knew I could count on you :)
Sunny - oy let me tell you. My Grandfather named me but insisted it being the French pronounciation "shjohn-vi-ev". Add that to an extremely odd last name "Tink" and I was the center of a lot of teasing and mispronounciation. When I joined the army, I was constantly given pushups because there was no way I could really have Tink as a last name LOL.
Now I have a French first name, a long Irish last name, and the double joy of having an accent and trying to spell my name to people ends up with a two hour conversation LMAO!
I've dreamed of changing my name to Nancy!! Which is why my kids all have normal names. Douglas, Daniel and Carolyn. Can't get those wrong!