Some baby boomers gave their kids hyphenated names, and now those kids are having kids of their own! How are they managing the naming, the New York Times wonders?
Not to worry, because everyone but their self-absorbed/actualized parents has been asking them what they were going to do about kids every time they showed ID or signed a credit card receipt. And so they worked out every possible solution well in advance.
Meanwhile, in the present, some people use both parents' names without hyphens. That's what we do, only we call them middle names, and we just pack'em all in there.