Wednesday, March 17, 2010

A Nick A Name A Nickname

For weeks now, I've been trying to give you a nickname. Nothing seems natural yet.
Other people are doing just fine giving you nicknames, but I am having trouble. So far it's Tegs with a long e, but I usually laugh afterwards. Also Tegen. I can easily call you that, but it doesn't seem like a nickname. Hopefully soon you'll tell me your preference. So far others call you Tegen, Little T, or just T. For the most part people say Tegegne, which I spell out phonetically for the church nursery on your sticker ID tag. I love your name, and I love calling you by your name. Just thought I'd have a nickname for you by now. The problem is probably that I'm trying too hard. By the way, it was fun to go back and read THIS post that I wrote before we knew you.

1 comment:

  1. my mom always had nicknames for us that had nothing to do with our real names, like punkin or lou-lou. my sister kayliegh is called "super" and we still call my youngest sister baby even though she's six. nicknames are my favorite.


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