When I was still single, and teaching pre-school in Philippines, I promise my self to name my child only a few letters so it will be easy for them when they'll start writing. As teacher to the beginners, I always find it hard to help my pupils fit thier names in one line on the paper. Why??? coz parents try to gave names that are unique, the reason it will be 2-3names in one. So I said, if I will have my own..its gonna be only 3letters instead of 3names. That was before.
Because...now, hehe, I forgot everything! Then I learned that you dont mind anymore when it comes to your baby:) Now I understand.
My daughters full name is Lara Angelikka Björlin. We call her 'Laikka' obviously from the two names combined. Lara because my husband's name is Lars and Angelikka - its my husbands choice. Its just my idea to make it double 'k' to be unique..the fact that angelica is sooo common.
Well, Lara Angelikka means- Lars little angel;)
The next child should be mine. lol!
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