We've made our own contribution to the phylogenetic tree!
Lucy.—There are many famous Lucys. Here's one relevant to the blog:
Gwyn.—Gwyn is an old Welsh family name on my side. More recently it was spelled "Guinn", but we decided to use the older spelling.
Havens.—You'll notice her surname is from her mother, not me. We decided early on that boys would be Keeseys and girls would be Havenses. If this becomes a tradition, it would link patrilineal names to the Y chromosome (something the dominant English system already does) and matrilineal names to the mitochondrial chromosome (a feature sorely lacking in the English system).
We love you, li'l Lulu!