The romantic phrase "you're my home," I was wondering how you would translate that into Japanese using someone's name? More specifically, how to say "Mya's home" & "Nathan's home" in Japanese, but less like a literal house and more like what is meant when people say they are "home," whether or not it is a country, state, or even with a person. Note: I mean Mya's and Nathan's possessively, not Mya is/Nathan is. We were going with ネイサンズホーム and ミャスホーム but I was told that the word for home/house needed to be in hiragana not katagana and the syntax is wrong. However, I was never told the correct way to say it, so I am looking for extra guidance, thanks!