Not so that I can have a baby, but so that I can ask you what I should name it.
One of my favourite bloggers in having a little girl in a few weeks. She asked what she should name her little girl, and the comments that came in were so so screamingly, and unintentionally, funny, that I desperately want to come up with my own list of requirements for a baby name
My bloggy friend wanted 1) a classic name 2) no made up or hard spellings 3) not in the top 100 list 4) a girls name (eg. gender specific) 5) not tease inducing.
This is why her readers suggested Marigold, Saimi, Aoife, Eden, Malia (cause that totally isn’t in the top 100 thanks to Obama’s daughter), Marley, and finally, Pollyanna.
Anyway, if Mr Dreamy and I ever decide we want a little beauty of our own, I will ask you. And I’ll even try not to laugh to much. And I won’t mind if you laugh and/or roll your eyes at what I pick. Cause if Mr D didn’t try to stop me I’ll probably try to name a baby boy Lancelot Rafael Mashíyyat insert-three-sentence-long-Hawaiian-name here Oakes, which does make me deserving of all the laughter and censure you can heap on me.
Heck, you can even tell me the name I pick sucks to my face/and or comment screen!