Proving it is possible to be tense and lazy at the same time.
I'll take "Fancy Cinderella" over "Poopy Porcupine" which is what my friend's daughter swore, for MONTHS, was the only name her baby sister could have. She would tell me all about it everday during carpool. She NEVER budged. Thankfully, her baby sister's name is now Eliza, and Olivia dropped the "poopy" part and just calls her "Baby Porcupine."Oh, and I did ACTUALLY KNOW a girl named FANCY!
Ha! Cute! I can't wait to hear the names the girls come up with when I get pregnant again. Though, they'll probably be in kindergarten and 2nd grade before we take that leap again and it won't be as much fun by then.
JD wanted to name his little brother Spoon or Fork and then he moved on Spiderman and Batman. He has finally decided, after 7 weeks, that Jason is an ok name. Now he's decided that his own new name is Grinch. It's always something!
Love it!!! Becca and Ryan must be on the same wavelength: he thought we should name the baby Optimus Prime.
Hahaha! It is better than Optimus Prime which is where Ben (a grown man) sits with naming our child. Or, yellow stripe, stop sign, lamp, Whatever comes to mind. It is funny that someone else says the same thing (I am guessing RYan is a child though).
My friend's niece suggested Silverware Chriswhiskers for Wilson. Gotta love it.
Sounds like Claire naming our baby! If it were a boy, it would have been Prince Edward. And the girl name was Gizelle (from Enchanted).Good to hear that you don't need another transfusion. I freak out about having csections. I can't imagine all the stress you have had to go through. But I am glad things are going up now!A
Household Dictator! Ha! I guess that's a good enough name for us eldest children, huh? Fancy Cinderella. Well, if it's a girl, she can be Cindy and if a boy...Indy?
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