You name it.
Ashton - Cooper - Hudson - Henry - Holden - Lincoln - Martin - Bentley - Morris
Porche - Mercedes - Piper - Sky
I actually think that kids grow into their names. Surely naming a child Lucas doesn't turn him into a Lucas, more that their personality changes our perception of that name. Of course, in Australia, it doesn't matter what name our parents give us anyway, you will usually have a nickname - Dazza, Macca.
Before the nickname , a child's name is usually the first word that kids can recognise by sight and also the first one that they can write. It's one of the things that makes a personalised gift so special.
We decorate rooms with their name so they feel special, so they know they have a place of their own.
Gorgeous Happy Ella After Name it prints.
By personalising a gift it also makes it unique and something to treasure. I remember around the age of 6, my sister and I loved hearing the stories of how we had our favourite toy since we were babies.
How about a name and a birthdate on a hand made wooden plane?
or a gorgeous hand made rattle?
With my belief that the name does not maketh the man (or boy in this case), I find it quite fun that we have numerous mums contact us and say that they have a Lucas who loves cars! Of course if I did call the website Conner loves cars I would probably get these messages from Mums telling me that they have a Conner who loves cars. It's because there are so many boys out there who love cars, and it doesn't matter what they are called. It's a boy thing. And yes, we have girls who love cars too.
I love hearing about a Lucas who loves cars, or a Fred or a Hudson or a Judy. Feel free to share with us the name of your little car lover in the comments.
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