And, after debating between a few of my favorite boy names--tossing a couple back and forth--I believe I've come to a decision. This is without Mr. Marvelous' opinion, of course, since..well, we're not really having a baby, so I thought I'd be the sole decision maker this time 'round. Woohoo!
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But, surprisingly so, I've had a much harder time deciding on my favorite girl name. I say surprisingly because the girl names came much easier for Mr. Marvelous and I while naming the Real Life characters of this cast. In fact, the reason we decided to find out what our identical twins were--before they were born--is because we were having an extremely hard time deciding and agreeing on 2 boy names. I hoped for Jack and Oli(ver), hubs liked Jack but not Oli. Hmm. Good thing they were girls. And, oh, I'm so glad they were girls! They sure are as sweet as sugar. This 16 month stage is so fun with them.
So, I've decided that instead of rushing the naming of our hypothetical daughter, I'll show you a couple of these:
(popped tire. hole top left)
(dent where the black mark is. it extends across most of the passenger side)
(running board damage)
(culprit. and store investigator)
...then, I'll keep tossing around the 4 favorite girl names in my head, I'll decide on one today, and I'll announce the winnerS tonight!
And, really, thanks for your encouragment and similar reckless car stories. They really did lift my spirits. Being carless this morning wasn't as bad as I imagined. We ended up making crepes, rearranging Luke's room, folding some clothes, and walking down our street to watch the roofing company maneuver their crane.
I'm sure you can guess who couldn't stop saying, "Woooo!" to that.
(And, darn it, if anyone knows WHY I sometimes can post clickable photos, and why sometimes I can't...please do tell. I wish you could "click in" on these photos.)