My eyes are currently crossed as I go through the baby name book. Once you look at the same letter for thousands of names, the actual letter starts to look funny. So, I’ve changed my approach to naming these children. I have decided to let them name themselves. As I read the names in the baby book, if one of them kicks, I’m writing it down.
So far, I’ve got…
Barend (Junior High Version Bare End)
Einar (Junior High Version Einer Weiner)
Faddis (means deals in beans)
For (Though, For and Five may stand a chance, I doubt anyone would take them serious if their names were For and Five.)
So, maybe I’m not truly using the baby kick method, however, these are all legitimate names I’ve come across in the book I purchased today. It’s most definitely easier to come up with the names which I WON’T be naming my children than with the ones that I WILL. And my apologies to any parents reading this who have named their child(ren) one of these names–to each his own.
I’ll keep you posted what I (or they) actually decide. Now, back to the M’s–until they start to look funny. And, if you’re interested in my naming rules, it’s pretty much the same as before and can be found here.