I mean, Shakespeare himself wrote "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet. JK names are pretty important guys. I mean srsly what else would we call a rose? LOL."
Did I mention he named his son Hamnet? I feel like that's important to mention. This is a list that has been compiled of Sloan's actual recommendations along with my own.
Okay, so some of these are jokes (Edward? Seriously?) but this points to a problem bigger than incompatibility; that problem being Sloan. He actually thinks Condor is a good idea. W? T? F? And apparently Mandar "sounds strong."
Now, for me, Kanye was sort of a wild card suggestion, meaning: I love the name, but it's a risk putting it out there since I don't think some kid from suburban Seattle (like Sloan) could ever appreciate the Yeezy tribute. Maybe I'll just save it for our future dog/cat/daughter.
Some people have had the AUDACITY to "help" by suggesting names to me. Excuse me, elderly woman sitting next to me at the doctor's office, don't act like you know me. You don't know my life. You think Michael is a good name? Well I think You'reSoOldICan'tEvenUghWhatever is a good name. Get on my level.
OH AND ANOTHER THING I've been reading on the internet that I should start getting mad at people who want to touch my stomach. Apparently, it's a reeeeeeal contemptible way for others to behave, "caring about my baby" and being "in awe at the creation of life." Let's not forget, strangers, that this is about me. Not you, not the baby, and not human interaction. So listen up, you teeming hordes: I will hit you with my large purse if you lunge at my incubation area with your diseased hands. And then I will stomp on your foot in just the right place like they showed me in that self-defense class to make you hop around and howl like a cartoon character. Then the police will arrest you and send to you Guantanamo Bay. Touching my creepy, bulbous stomach is a privilege, not a right. I hate you.