My first grandchild, a boy, is due in six weeks!
I’m dying to know his name. We’ve only been told that it’s non-traditional.
I love it that Kath and Matt want to wait until their son is born to announce his name, but I sure would like to know.
Since they own and run the Great Harvest Bread Company in Charlottesville, Virginia, the family has nicknamed the baby “”Baker.”‘
Actually I like Baker for his real name, too.
Kath says that’s not going to be it.
Daughter Laura has told me to shush up about the subject, but with only six weeks left, it just kind of popped out of me the other day.
“Will I like the name?” I asked Kath.
(Honest, Laura, I haven’t asked in like four plus weeks.)
“Yes,” Kath said,”but it might take you a day.”
A day? What’s a day? Sounds good!
“Will your sister like it?”
“Yes,”Kath said. “Right away.”
Fair enough. Sisters often think alike.
“What about your dad?”
“It’s going to take him longer. He’s more traditional when it comes to names.”
I bet it only takes Cliff two days.
After all, a grandson, by any name, will be oh so sweet.
What about you grandmas (or grandpas) out there? Any fun name stories? Do share AND send any advice. Thanks!
Bingo Card: I found the boys’ names on a site that generates Bingo cards. Seems like a good way to pick a name when you’re stuck. Toss a bootie and see where it lands.
Here’s the delicious bread that inspired the baby’s first nickname. Photo courtesy Katherine Younger.
Contest Winner: Congrats to Cheryl, who won the Dry Babe Nightgown. Thanks to Wendy for the guest post and for sponsoring the contest. Wendy has graciously offered to do another giveaway near the winter holidays. Thanks, Wendy!