April

June 8, 2010

Remember how I told you my new nieces name was Paisley?

In Denmark Paisley is considered a last name -therefore it wasn’t possible to name Paisley, Paisley!

Her name is now April.  Isn’t she a beauty?

Oh and thanks for bike advice -I can’t wait to get one!

16 Responses to “April”

  1. irene Says:

    she had to get “renamed”?! that’s sad but i think it doesn’t really matter: i love the name april! and she’s a very cute girl :)

  2. lins Says:

    a rose by any other name would smell as sweet…

    but um wow…didn’t know denmark had those name laws!

  3. Sarah Says:

    She is so cute! And April is a wonderful name for her!

  4. Nadine Says:

    So sad. I loved Paisley. But April is cute too.

  5. Hildur Says:

    Hvor latterligt at man ikke kan navngive sit barn, som man vil, men April er også bare vildt sødt! Hun er stadig en af mine yndlingskusiner :)

  6. lins Says:

    i agree with hildur !!!

  7. Lisa P. Says:

    Wow, that would be so crazy to have to change names after a few months! I’m glad you got it worked out, though.

  8. april Says:

    i like the new name ;-) happy week*

  9. Brit Says:

    April, very cute name. It suits her. :)

  10. Camilla Says:

    Jättefint! – Hon ser ut som en April

  11. brinja Says:

    April: :) I thought you might!

  12. brinja Says:

    Lisa P. : Yeah it’s not easy, I keep saying; Pay… ups April :) takes some getting used to.

  13. brinja Says:

    Irene: We just called her Paisley and assumed it was okay. It was when she needed a passport and therefore a name certificate we found out. -And I think you are right; it’s not important -she’s lovely whatever name she has.

  14. Allison Says:

    What an interesting law! I can’t imagine if the U.S. had laws like that… people would be furious!

    April is just as cute as Paisley though anyway : )

  15. maria Ana Says:

    Totally cute:) And I adore the name April :)


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