I am 35 weeks pregnant, which means I have about 5 weeks to go, and we don't have a name for it. His favorite name is Clarissa. I'm not in love with it, but he's come up with worse. My favorite name (he hates it) is Grizelda. That's an awesome name. It sounds strong but still feminine.
I thought I'd done well with Sidney. Everyone, except him, has liked Sidney. I wish I could change his mind on that. I don't know how and I'm not sure I can.
Hopefully, the heavens will part and a name will come to us that we both like.
Reverse the d and the n, and get "Sindey" (Cindy).
This is how I came up with Sidney, except backwards. I thought it'd give my kid the gender neutral name experience. Fun stuff, like getting mail that says "Mr." on it and having a high school teacher patting her on the head on the first day of class and saying "I expected you to be a boy." (You can go ahead and start feeling sorry for this kid). I didn't explain that to my SO, but he probably knows. He sees the mail I get. Thanks for the idea. It would be easier for him to accept Cindy over Sidney.
this is what i immediately think of when i hear griselda tbh. which is pretty badass, but i'm not sure if that's what you're going for.
You understand the spirit in which I've embraced the name. So far, I've heard that Grizelda sounds like a witch, a dragon, a Disney villain, and a Viking warrior princess. "Cocaine Godmother" is another awesome thing.
Want to hear about something awesome? I was outside smoking a cigarette and you know the sparkly things in the concrete of them? One had escaped and was floating a foot above it in the air perfectly still like it was in complete suspension i know it wasn't a trick of the eye cuz i stared at it for a minute or two at least.
I thought it was cool if you don't that's ok
Perfectly robust chickens Run laps a lot Pee on the garden Leap over fences Cock is a word for rooster Hen is a type of chicken? Kit kats are good Nice chickens don't belong in the Zoo