How did you decide what to name your son and what would have been his name if he were a girl?
This is actually a pretty decent story! Okay, if Nicky had been a girl, I loved the name Kiera Rose. But, as it was, I found out I was having a boy, so...His dad wanted to name him after himself, which I quickly shot down because A.) He has a stupid name, B.) I didn't want to name him after him just in case we broke up, and C.) I was right about both down the road, so D.) I win.
This is roughly the conversation:
Douchebag McGee: I want to name him Teddie Jr.
DBMG: Why not?
Me: No offense, but you have a pretty stupid name. Just Teddie, not Theodore or whatever. Just Teddie. Not even a middle name--
DBMG: We could call him Junie--
Me: No way, dude. I want my son to have a name that sounds good no matter what he grows up to be. Your name is really all a person has.
Me: So...What do you think of Alexander?
DBMG: No. I don't like it.
Me: Why not?
DBMG: I just don't.
Me: Seriously? Jesus...Christopher.
DBMG: I like Christopher.
Me: Good. Hmm...Okay. Brian?
DBMG: I like that.
So, he had no idea that I named his son after Nick Carter (from the Backstreet Boys) and Chris Kirkpatrick (of 'Nsync). I just ran through all the boy bands until he agreed on something.
What would your dream job be?
I have always wanted to be a singer. Ever since I was a little girl!
What is your favorite memory?
I have so many! I have Disney World with my four besties my junior year at St. Joe's...Having Nicky...just random little memories that add up to awesome experiences I'll always remember.
I'm gonna have to think about that one and get back to you later.
If you were a candy bar, which one would you be?
I would be a Reese's cup. I'm a mix of so many things (Cherokee, African-American, German, Irish, Italian) that I'm like the best of both worlds, just like a Reese's cup. Chocolate and peanut butter. And, it tastes soooo good.
Or I'd be a Milky Way. I looove caramel.
If you got run over by two asians on a tandum, what would your reaction be?
I would be stunned, then angered, and then I'd laugh because, shit, it's two Asians on a tandum bike. Just something about that idea is funny.
I'd also probably yell at the Asians, and then dust myself off and amble away in bewilderment.
One could only be bewildered after an experience like that.
Thanks to everyone who gave me questions, and I'd also like a lot more questions for next week's installment!