With the 2012 US Presidential Election fast approaching, it’s down-the-wire who will win.
So far we’ve heard the debates, the policies, the accusations and the catch-phrases.
But what about their childrens’ names? Who’s the winner there?
Firstly, Barack and Michelle Obama two girls’ names are-
Malia Ann (1998)
Sasha (Natasha) (2001).
Mitt and Ann’s Romney’s five boys’ names are-
Taggart Romney (1970)
Matthew Romney (1971)
Joshua Romney (1975)
Benjamin Romney (1978)
Craig Romney (1981)
Our vote? Shading it slightly, the challenger gets it.
Where’s your vote going?
Your chance to win two complimentary places on our next Theory of Names workshop (or if you prefer, two hours one-to-one coaching)!
Using one of the case studies taken from our forthcoming e-book (see below), submit your four best name suggestions for the couple’s forthcoming arrival to-
email@example.com before 12 October.
Case Study 3 – The modern American Family
Marie Bac and James Watterson became a couple 18 months ago and are now expecting their first child.
Marie is a French artist/graphic designer, an only-child, born about 8 miles outside Biarritz. James, who was previously married, was born in Vancouver. His parents are inter-racial – Black and Caucasian, and he has three older brothers. James is a software developer with Opennet and they have just bought an apartment in West-side Manhattan.
James came across the Theory of Names on the net, read the e-book and they both did the half-day workshop during the week. They are really enthusiastic about using the ideas for naming their baby due in 6 weeks time. James has one son from his previous marriage – Tyler Be – so he is not averse to using exotic names although Marie prefers modern popular or classic names. To begin, they think about James’ surname, Watterson – which is a traditional Canadian name, although not very common.
What male and female name suggestions (2 + 2) do you have for Marie and James?