When you are pregnant the second  thing will come up into your mind what will be your baby’s gender, of course the first one will be baby’s health 🙂

Like ko talaga baby girl for my first born, iba kasi alaga ng girl, all the while I’m dreaming of a baby girl kasi kahit sa Chinese calendar girl lumabas super excited naman ako. My name na agad. During my 22 weeks, I had my ultra sound,

OB: What do you like a boy or a girl

ME: GIRL as in super excited pa ang tone

HUBBY: BOY

ME: Hmmp, sabi mo like mo girl madaya ka

OB: It’s a BOY, congratz daddy, mommy gawa na lang kayo uli

ME: Oh no!!! wala me maisip na name pag boy 🙁 

Mas malakas mag pray sakin si hubby at parents ko they like kasi boy, okay lang as long healthy si baby.

From the day na nalaman ko boy, I keep on thinking names agad, hays sa dami ng search ko sa internet wala me mapili, wala me feel, that’s my dillema. Feeling kasi agad 

My first choice is “Elijah” hays ang dami kontrabida sa eksena, I’m on my 36 weeks na wala pa din name lagot na ako talaga, naisip ko “Rafael” but like ko may second name so isip na naman, my tita suggest na Iñigo sounds ok. Decided na Rafael Iñigo.

38th weeks when I was admitted sa hospital, lucky I’m so conscious so na check ko lahat spelling ng name everything sa records bago ako ma cs. Wala pa kami nick name sabi ko when I gave birth na lang we can call him baby muna.

Ang ending my sister who gave the nickname “SAM”, why ang layo sa true name niya simple lang I gave birth 10-10-10 so instead of calling him Tenten she thinks mas ok SAM which means SAMPU SAMPU. Hindi pa kami nag agree ni hubby ayun pinagkalat na niya n SAM ang name ng baby namin. Nagagalit siya once na iba tawag. May magagawa pa ba kami so go na. 

 Please meet our  Rafael Iñigo A K A Sam 

 

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