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[*] Post 314845 posted on 5-1-2008 at 15:52 Reply With Quote
Child's name story



I just heard a caller on a radio show give her name as "Sweetie." The hosts asked about the name.

"Well, my dad started to call me Sweetie before I was even born. I do have another name, but I don't let anyone know it. The mayor and everybody else calls me Sweetie."

What a wonderful gift that father gave her baby girl! For her whole life, she will think of herself as Dad's Sweetie.:)


Does anyone have a nice name story to share?
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[*] Post 314942 posted on 6-1-2008 at 06:38 Reply With Quote


I've always called my daughter "Pie", at 26, she is still my "little meat pie"

It started out as a joke when she was a baby, and it stuck. It was meant to be a nice sweet "strawberry shortcake" type of name which described her to a tee, but as a baby, like all others, she'd sit there and look cute, but could do nothing for herself, so she sat there like a "lump of meat", which, strictly speaking, is what we all are. I called her "my little meat pie" and still do!
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[*] Post 314948 posted on 6-1-2008 at 07:23 Reply With Quote


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Originally posted by LSemmens
I've always called my daughter "Pie", at 26, she is still my "little meat pie"

It started out as a joke when she was a baby, and it stuck. It was meant to be a nice sweet "strawberry shortcake" type of name which described her to a tee, but as a baby, like all others, she'd sit there and look cute, but could do nothing for herself, so she sat there like a "lump of meat", which, strictly speaking, is what we all are. I called her "my little meat pie" and still do!


Its strange how childhood endearments tend to be forever,

My youngest son, now 36 still gets Muffin from his mum now and again.

when my eldest boy was just starting to talk, he couldnt manage to say Grandad, it ended up being "Bampy" which was shortened to Bamp as he got older. Both boys called my dad Bamp till the day he died ( at 85). infact they still refer to him as Bamp in conversation even now.

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