Mommy Moments: Name Game (or the story behind my kids’ name.


Another interesting theme at Mommy Moments this week, every mommies will be sharing the story behind their kids’ name. I’m glad and proud to share mine today.

Our first born is now 12 years old.

In the fifth or sixth month of my pregnancy, we already knew that we are expecting a baby girl. Thanks to the inventor of ultrasound. Then comes the mind-boggling task of thinking a name for the new member of the family. I had this pregnancy booklet given my by OB-Gyne where I refer for baby names.

Abigael, Audrey, Naomi, Madison, Madeline, Mallory, Sophia, Erin Asha and Sue Erin are some of the names that we consider. We both agree in choosing Naomi (pronounced as Nay-oh-mee) over the other names.

Naomi is a Hebrew name for a girl which means pleasant, delightful or beautiful. It is also a character in the Bible. Well, my daughter is growing up to be one. She is not only beautiful but also possesses a pleasant or amiable attitude.

Our second child is 10

For our second child, we consider the names Patrick, Nathan, Nathaniel, Zachary, and Juan Miguel to name a few. There’s not much to share about how we end up with Khalil’s name except that it’s not a common name during those time.

Khalil is an Arabic name which means friend. Khalil is indeed a friendly boy. I remember him to be always smiling as a little boy. He never threw tantrums even when he is sick.

Well, the only memorable anecdote that I can share about my bunso is the moment when I found out that our second child is going to be a boy. I was ecstatic when I stepped out of the hospital (where I had my nth ultrasound) and immediately call up my husband to share the good news.

That’s all I can share with you for now. More stories are found at Mommy Moments.

21 thoughts on “Mommy Moments: Name Game (or the story behind my kids’ name.

  1. pehpot

    yami magkatunog pala name ng boy mo at ng panganay ko.. ang panganay ko ang tawag namin sa kanya Kayil but it’s nit his real name… waity ka jan, my post will be up at aorund 6 or 7 hehe.. mahaba sya sana tyagain mo basahin haha

    Make or Break

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  2. Enchie

    Hi Yami! your daughter looks like you πŸ˜€ they have wonderful names. And it is very healthy to have names that has good meaning. They may live up to it.

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  3. Bambie

    those are beautiful names. I remember I was considering Naomi when I was in highschool, frustrated kasi ako sa name ko kaya highschool pa lang, nagddaydream na ko ng mga names ng future kids ko lol…

    Happy weekends =)

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  4. Seiko

    When I read your daughters name Naomi.I just thought she’s a Japanese.Thanks for sharing this to us Yami,because I learned from here that Naomi isn’t only a Japanese name but an Hebrew name.Here in Japan Naomi means honest,straight & beautiful.And I love your kids names unique.:D
    Thanks for the visit nga pala & dropped me a line that almost made me cried too.Have great weekend to you & your family!

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  5. Beth

    I like Naomi! Parng pang mahinhin and very lady like.

    That name also came to mind when we were thinking of names to give for Sunday. Pero buti na lang, di ko binigay. πŸ™‚ Mukhang di mhinhin daughter ko e, maarte oo! Hahaha! πŸ™‚

    Pero she loves the Lord and she really is a promised gift from God, just as her name implies. πŸ™‚

    Happy wkend! πŸ™‚

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