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Baby Girl to Be Named After Olive Garden

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Jordan and Justin Garton have decided to name their daughter Olivia as a nod to the chain.

Justin and Jordan Garton are planning on naming their daughter after a restaurant that continues to hold a special place in both their hearts. Although the baby girl is not due until December 6, the couple plan on naming their daughter Olivia Garton after Olive Garden, the restaurant where they have shared numerous dates over the course of their relationship and even purchased Pasta Passes when they were in a financial tight spot to dine at their favorite chain restaurant almost every day.

The voice actor announced his decision with his wife via a tweet and included a photo of an incredibly sweet-looking onesie on Twitter.

“We spent the first part of our lives loving @olivegarden, now we get to spend the rest of our lives loving Olivia Garton,” Justin tweeted of the baby name. Although Jordan and Justin briefly considered the name Olive for their daughter, they stuck with the subtler Olivia, as it honors Jordan’s Italian heritage and still provides a heavy wink at the casual Italian chain’s name

Hopefully the parents will take little Olivia to dine at Olive Garden when she is old enough so she can enjoy her parent’s favorite pastas. Jordan reportedly loves the Ravioli di Portobello while Justin always gets the Braised Beef and Tortellini at their daughter’s namesake, which also happens to be one of America’s 14 best Italian restaurant chains.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.


Jordan and Justin grew up eating at the chain Italian restaurant. But it wasn’t until 2015 that their casual love affair got really serious. Shortly after their wedding, the couple purchased a $100 never-ending pasta pass, and filled their hearts with marinara. They ate there everyday FOR WEEKS. Justin told ABC News, “We committed to eating there every day for six or seven weeks to get our money’s worth. It saved us several hundred dollars when we really needed it.”

After they found out they were expecting their first child together earlier this year, they didn’t want to wait to name their daughter. They knew they wanted something that paid homage to her Italian roots, and saw an opportunity to give a shout-out to their favorite restaurant.