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Jonathan has given up blogging.  However, his newborn son, Josh likes telling the world his views.  Josh will be blogging here until he runs out of things to talk about or learns how to crawl.
 

Hi Gang,

JHS here. My dad, Jonathan is still be pretty new at this fatherhood thing.  He hasn't figured out yet that cold hands will make me VERY unhappy when he's wiping my bottom.  However, even though he doesn't really know his way around a onesie, he did do one thing right.  He and mom came up with a good name for me.  Joshua Henry.

This came to my attention when I was surfing the net and discovered what actress Uma Thurman named her newborn daughter.  Have you read about this?!  Here's what People.com reported from Uma:

"I would like to announce Uma and Arki’s daughter’s name for the first time officially: Rosalind Arusha Arkadina Altalune Florence Thurman-Busson, better known to family and friends as Luna."

WTF, Uma?!  I understand your name is a little weird and I've been told David Letterman based all his material around your name when he hosted the Oscars several years ago.  But please give your kid a break. 

This reminds me of champion show dogs names.  If you ever meet someone who has a puppy that comes from a champion winning bitch,  (I know I'm a newborn, but I can use the b word when I'm talking about dogs) the name will be something like Ch. St. Margaret Mignificent of Clairedale.  However, that's a show dog not a child! 

Come on Uma!  Couldn't you just name your kid Sara or if you really wanted to go crazy follow Gwyneth Paltrow's lead.  Her daughter is named Apple.  You could have gone with Kumquat and called it a day.


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