Spanish: Piña... unless you said it in English I didn’t know what you were talking about.
Edit: Apperantly in Spain its Ananas
My dad introduced to me to his dad and then his dad said this is my son. Its been 11 years 😊
I absolutely love my name, I hate how other people pronounce my name, how they barely try and how they catch an attitude whenever I correct them. When at home my name is me and I would love to name one of my kids after me a la Lorelai, but others people butchering of my name and complete disregard of how big a part of my identity my name is its what pissed me off, so now i tell people my name is J like the letter.
Its satisfying if you keep it on mute.
My parents said they gave us names that would look good on degrees. Im not sure if they're kidding.
I second this. If you wouldn’t hire the name your giving them, don’t name the child that.
Depends on what it is, sometimes its easy and I can transition seamlessly other days I forget the english word for chair and spend ten minutes telling my non-hispanic friend to get my purse off of the silla.
All jokes aside it’s sad to think the demons that tormented that woman. It also goes to show what a great man you are that even after years of abuse you show compassion and even want to respect her privacy as to not show her mental state at its full extent. You are a great person mijo, although she didn’t see it that way, and you were the devil incarnate to her or whatever and she was abusive asf, youre move is that of a mature,caring man. I absolutely sympathize with you and your DH, and I am more than happy he has you in these times.
He is 3 and non-verbal but very smart. He “told” me his feet were cold and wanted socks. I got him socks to his great joy but I put them on his feet instead of on his hands which apparently is where you put socks when your feet are cold.
When my sister was 4 she would put socks in the fridge and then request they be put on her feet. I have no idea whats up with kids and socks