10 October 2011

Hipster Child

I feel like there are a lot of kids out there named Tallulah. Also Clementine, Isla, Theo and Finn.



I bet this girl's brother is named Atticus and wears a pair of baby Toms.





17 comments:

Michelle said...

What the child says is true though. If only I spoke Chinese...

kwistin said...

well....duh.

Angie. said...

It just so happens that Calvin's middle name is Tallulah.


Just minus the baby toms.

flannery o'kafka said...

ouch. Sometimes your hipster posts cut like a knife. I've got five of those kids...bilingual and with edgy haircuts. But I started it....just sayin'.

Kar said...

Funny because my cousin has given herself the middle name of Tallulah and is about to have a baby who she will name Atticus.

I'm not joking.

brittna said...

ugggh!!!! i know - this post reminded me of some people who will be naming their kids stupid names very soon

Extraterrestrial-Chickenoid said...

I have a cousin named Isla but her mom's name is Lisa and they chose it because A. they liked it and B. it was an anagram for Lisa.

nicola lynde. said...

My friends colleague is naming her baby Detroit. That's right folks, like the city. I'm pretty sure the child will go through life being called de-trois (insert bad french accent).

Liesl said...

Tallulah always reminds me of that part in Cool Runnings: "Tallulah! Hahaha! Tallulah! Sounds like a 2 dollar hooker! Where you come up with that?"

"That's my mother's name."

Charity said...

I named our Angus cow Clementine. She is hamburger now...A friend named her child Clementine. What will become of her?!

Sam Reed 榮成謙 said...

Wow, Hannah your Chinese is good. But not as good as Tallulah. Haha, this is awesome.

Noelle said...

HA! I know someone who named their baby Atticus. What a joke! Your posts about hipsters are hilarious!!

Hannah Hillam said...

Sam,
I actually had my dad write it out for me...I don't really remember much Chinese besides Ni hao, Wo hen hao....and wo ai ni. Also my name, He(2) En(3) Hui(4).

Susan Borland said...

I only know a Finn. But, per usual hipster, they changed the spelling to "phin"
ha.

Melanie said...

Hehe. Hipster child said, "Wo bi ni geng hao de." That translates to, "I'm better than you" in Chinese. Hipster child speaks the truth :)

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James Morris said...

That sounds like a cultural difference. His name suggestions are decidedly Italian, yours is more traditional American. Maximo (nickname: Max) would be really cute. Maybe a compromise with a middle name? If you have been interested just click essayhogwarts.com.