Bear Grylls Gives New Son Wacky Name
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Huck joins two brothers, Jesse and Marmaduke. Yes, Marmaduke! Kind of makes you feel a little differently about Huckleberry, now, doesn't it? Actually, Bear's real name is Edward Michael Bear Grylls, so Huck is in a way named after his proud papa.
My husband and I actually considered the named "Bear" (spelled differently) for a little while when we were expecting our second child. There's something really cute about that name, but seeing as how we're not celebrities, we opted out. Well, I will say this: Huckleberry Finn was an adventurer, and perhaps this little Huck will be one as well, just like his daddy, who, by the way, has a black belt and climbed Mount Everest.
Congrats to Bear and Shara on their beautiful new little adventurer!
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