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"give your children cool initials, like J.D. or, L.E. etc. Let them chose their own names later"!It made me grin, thinking of parents sighing saying "there are THREE A.Z's in my DD's class, it's become so common"
lol at the thought ...Just don't give a boy the initials K.T.
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my SIL's youngest is known as CJ - but his name is Nkosi.DS3 is never known by his full name - everyone knows him as "TK" - and that's what he'll be having on his Christening Cake too
DD is well and truly known by her full name now, it used to be shortened, but everybody has forgotten and call her by her first name, or middle name.She'd be EB though - not sure of the ring.
DS1 is known by his shortened name - at his DEMAND - he's decided that "Taffy" or "Taf" is much cooler than "Tafara" (another 10yrs and he'll probably change his mind again lol)DS2 doesn't get shortened to anything - apart from "Tony" (by fuckwit H) which I hate - so he's just "Tongai"DS3 - should be Takunda - but has been known as TK since he was 2 days old (and he really suits it )
Im Calling My Ds3 Taylor Jay ..Which I Will Be Shortening To Tj [GRIN]
I Ment ds2 As I Only Have 1son Sorry Im New To This
My brother has a friend called TeeJay. That is his name.
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