Posts tagged: baby names
Hope all these kids are happy, healthy and enjoying being teenagers.
Every now and then, someone would name a newborn after a character in “The Three Musketeers.”
She seems like a great kid. Practically all grown up though. Has three younger siblings now.
And in case you want to hear the song…
Hey, it's an option.
Here are some of the choices. Which is your favorite?
A) Scott. B) Jess. C) Steve. D) Joe. E) Chad. F) Clint. G) Toby. H) Deke. I) Vince. J) John. K) Pacer. L) Tulsa. M) Rusty. N) Lucky.
Or you could choose an Elvis character-name for yourself at work today and ask that colleagues address you as such.
I dibs “Deke.”
High school teacher Dave Jackson wonders if any babies have been conceived in the GU Kennel Club “Tent City” before a big game. And he further wonders what would be a creative name for such a child.
The grocery cashier was asked if he had any names in mind for the baby he and his wife are expecting.
“I'm thinking 'Megatron',” he deadpanned.
The shopper said the child would probably raise objections in four or five years. “Dad, EVERYONE in my class is named Megatron.”
The cashier chuckled.
Has crashed down on 1st and 2nd grade classrooms.
Please observe a moment of silence as your show of support for the school teachers having to cope with parental insanity of six and seven years ago.
The Creature Whose Name Can Not Be Pronounced/Spelled.
Two preschool boys who live across the street from us have Franklin and Finnegan for first names.
Are you one of those parents who reject real names when it comes to deciding what to call a newborn?
Well, here's a possibility.
I was looking at a grocery store receipt and noticed something up at the top. Right beneath the date and time, it said: “HELLO, MY NAME IS LANE #1.”
Perfect. Then you could call the second kid Lane #2.