If you are one hundred percent comfortable , confident and secure with the name you have chosen and you have made up your mind already that it is what you will choose , why ask the opinions of others?
Does it mean that some parents have doubts , when they turn to Yahoo Answers for suggestions? Or are they just...
its like a 5 year old called dorothy or something... just sounds weird
There's the name John.
There's the name Jonathan (no H before the first N).
These are not the same name. One is not derived from the other. They are two completely different names. "John" is derived from the Hebrew name "Iohannes," meaning "Jehovah is gracious." ...
My back story is in my early 20's I made an extremely large amount of money. I won't go in to the details but I sold it for a large amount and invested in bitcoin which I sold last year and now I have more money than I ever know what to do with.
The issue I have is that I feel I have lost my way. I'm...
Please say your opinion and a rate on each
I like it. Names like Finley, Finney, Fintan, Finnegan... I like them all.
She named her children, you name yours.
I wouldn't tell them not to in the first place.
Our oldest sometimes comes home from catholic school with stories about religious teachings. We're not religious and simply provide the perspective that while, yes, some people believe that, we don't.
We consider it valuable for our kids to learn about...
It's none of their business, and it's rude of them to ask or make comments. I think that's perfectly understandable given what you went through. Have a standard answer ready for if people make comments about having another child, like "I'm happy with just one child. Thanks for asking."
in my house, there would be a fist fight. No one takes anything of mine