Your biggest challenge will to select a LNAB for her husband. Because the LNAB is part of the WikiTree profile ID, it's important to make a good decision on that.
The Acadian project should be able to advise you on the LNAB. In the New Netherland Settlers project (with which I'm familiar), contributors aim to find early records (such as baptismal records) to establish what last name the person was known by at birth. Even so, spelling of names was not consistent in 1698, so some judgment is needed regarding the "best" spelling. Sometimes the choice is based on consistency with other profiles for other members of the family. Alternate spellings can be included in the "Other last name(s)" box.
For her profile, it looks like "Doiron" has been determined to be the best LNAB. Here's what I would do for the other names on her profile:
Consult the sources you have to see if you can tell which spelling of Boudrot/Boudreau/Boudreaux she used after her marriage (for example, what name was used in her will?), and put that name in the "Current last name" box. If you can't tell what name she used, use her husband's or children's preferred name.
Put all of the other last names that people have for her (i.e., Doison, whichever of the three married names you didn't put in the "Current last name" box, and any other alternative spellings you find out there) in the "Other last name(s)" box.
The Acadian project could be a helpful source of advice on how to choose the best married name. Fortunately, if you change your mind regarding married name, it's easy to make a correction later.