A friend just reminded me of a story. My friend's mentor's wife (Leah) was killed in a tragic accident - it was horrible - she had kids who were in their late teens, early 20's and then a child as young as only a few months old. My friend was pregnant at the time, and the name they'd picked out (before the accident) for a girl was Leah. When their daughter was born, they realized that many people would assume they were naming their daughter after Leah, and they realized it would be very important to her children to be the ones to first name their children after their beloved mother. So, they picked a different name. No one asked them to not name their daughter Leah, no one suggested it would be a bad idea, but they didn't even want to potentially hint at causing Leah's family any pain.