Thursday, October 9, 2008

Name and Number, Please

So, now that we're having a baby, we're faced with the challenge of naming this little guy. A name is a pretty big deal. While on one of my "mommy-to-be forums" I learned about this Name/Numerology website. All you do is plug in your name and it bases an analysis on your name. Tom and I both tried it with our names and it's pretty cool.

Here's an excerpt of what it had to say about one possible baby name. This name was suggested by my dad. He said he'd be honored with either Larry Gary or Gary Larry (A combo of both Tom and my dad's names.) We put it on our list of possibilities... We'll get back to you on that one, Dad.

Name Meaning for Gary Larry Lewandowski:

Soul Urge: 37 / 10 / 1

(Vowels: AYAYEAOI)

Your Soul Urge - The Song of Your Soul - A Deeper Look Into What Motivates You

You are the essence of individuality and independence. You are intense and convicted when it comes to defending your beliefs, as you never doubt your inner strength and ability to handle any challenge. Many are inspired by your confidence, while others may feel irritated and view it as arrogance. You are likely to attract people and situations that allow you to express this part of yourself or else they will mirror these traits back to you.

Personality: 62 / 8

(Consonants: GRLRRLWNDWSK)

Your Personality - The Impression You Make upon the World
There is an air of affluence about you, no matter your station in life. People assume you are in control. You give the impression that you are the best at what you do, so naturally others look to you for leadership. You have an eye for quality and no matter what it takes you dress for success. Designer clothing of the highest quality is certainly your preference. People cluster around you hoping that some of that luck is contagious.

So now, our big question is do we want to put our child on the path to be a confident, intense, individual in designer duds?????

Check out the website and try your own name. Does it work for you too?

1 comment:

Scotty Mac said...

Check out this site regarding the science and art of baby names. It's interesting to see how the popularity has changed through the years. It looks like Scott peaked in the 60s...