No. My son's name is not really Wilberfoss. At least that's not the name we gave him at birth.
|Not his Birth Name/ Not his Actual Photo|
Next I knew, he participated then sent me a Facebook message, "Mama! You got an F."
I replied, "Studies show that kids with more common names are better accepted in society."
"Studies show you got an F."
Fine. Daniel wants a creative name, I'd find him one. I searched name sites to see what I could discover. Then I added my own unique twist to the name "Wilbur." Viola, Wilberfoss!
"You want a creative name. Okay, son. From now on your name is Wilberfoss."
Daniel, err Wilberfoss, changed his Facebook name and we received an A+! All would be great except Facebook refused to allow him to change his name back to Daniel. So, almost two years later, my son is still named Wilberfoss. Even some of his friends have started to call him by that A+ name.
That should teach him to complain.
Tune in tomorrow for the letter X. Now what am I supposed to do with the letter X?