Tuesday, November 25, 2008

dis·agree (dis′ə grē′)

intransitive verb disagreed -·greed′, disagreeing -·gree′·ing
- to fail to agree; be different; differ
- to differ in opinion; often, specif., to quarrel or dispute
- to be harmful or give distress or discomfort
- to want to name your daughter a beautiful name and be told that it is to masculine.

5 comments:

Cindy said...

Thorina is not a "beautiful" name.

Chris said...

Ironically, my original post was deleted. Here is a new one...

Main Entry: stub·born
Pronunciation: \ˈstə-bərn\
Function: adjective
Etymology: Middle English stibourne, stuborn
Date: 14th century
1: unreasonably or perversely unyielding : mulish
2: justifiably unyielding: performed or carried on in an unyielding, obstinate, or persistent manner, stubborn effort
3: difficult to handle, manage, or treat

GDad said...

Daddies,

Green Dads sent me over here. I'm very happy for you both.

Preston said...

I found you through Green Dads. I don't know what names you picked but your gay, for crying out loud. You should be able to pick a beautiful name. Now in defense of my daughter being named Heather, it was the 80's. My ex wife insisted she be Heather. I knew one Heather my whole life. Who knew everyone else wanted to use the same name? Don't fight over the little stuff. Pick your battles. (Trust me you'll appreciate this advice as your daughter grows)

Preston said...

OMG I wrote "gay" and I meant "baby". Yikes that isn't even close.