My San Antonio project is over. Tomorrow I leave and when I get home on July 6 I can rejoin my Internet cult.
Baby names have long-lasting effects, for better... →
A British study of 3,000 parents released in May suggests one-in-five parents regret the name they chose for a child, many of whom were distressed over the unusual or oddly spelled names they’d chosen. And even those who didn’t explicitly regret the name choice admitted there were names they knew now they wished they’d chosen then[.] Read more at csmonitor.com