No, this is not my belly, probably could be (image courtesy of google.) So we're having another Hannam, 20 weeks tomorrow, down hill from here. We have chosen to not know the gender of this wee little babe, which makes naming a bit tricky in my opinion. However, if you are friends with Matt on facebook you know by now that he has deemed the gender and also given this child a name, he also refers to him or her as this name often.
For some reason not knowing the gender has my naming skills in a tizzy, I guess I think we'll go into the hospital with a list of both boy and girl names and see what he or she looks like but hey a baby looks like a baby, right? It feels like more pressure this time or perhaps the pressure comes from the fact that it very well could be a girl and whew, girl name are so hard for us. I have a few that I like, and due to the fact that I grew up in Charleston SC most of them are very southern, which could be fun, but this is the name that this child will have forever. I like a few other names that upon further investigation are on the top baby name lists and are very trendy right now. Not sure that's the way we want to go either.
So here's the deal...your chance to help a sister out. Have you ever thought hey if my last name was Hannam and I was having a baby I would name it______. Oh and it probably needs to "go" with Ollie whatever that means. When I was growing up I always dreamed that if I had a little girl I would name her Hannah, but Hannah Hannam...not so much. The bright side is, she'd only really have to know 4 letters to spell her name. So bring it on, I can't wait to hear what you suggest!