Stubborn grandma is slammed shut by refusing to name her granddaughter with her real name, because it is & # 39; too exotic and foreign & # 39; is
- A woman went to MumsNet with a complaint about her own mother
- She said her daughter's grandmother refused to call her by her real name
- Instead of calling her Cassia, she has her & # 39; Candy & # 39; called in protest
- This makes her family furious and causes an immense gap between them
A grandmother has been called on a mother's forum to refuse to call her daughter Cassia by her proper name because it is & # 39; too exotic and foreign & # 39; is.
Cassia's & # 39; s mother rose Mumsnet to take care of her mother's actions and revealed that she & # 39; Candy & # 39; in protest.
& # 39; My youngest is called Cassia. It's not difficult. My four-year-old calls her Cass or Cassie. Good, & the anonymous woman started.
& # 39; My pinballing mother says she doesn't & # 39; exotic foreign names & # 39; can do and calls her Candy that I HATE! & # 39;
A grandmother has been called on a mother's forum to refuse to call her daughter Cassia by her proper name because it is & # 39; too exotic and foreign & # 39; is
Cassia is a rare maiden name of Greek and Latin origin, meaning & # 39; cinnamon & # 39; means and according to nameberry.com can be pronounced as CASS-ee-a, CASH-a or Ca-SIGH-a.
Nevertheless, the woman said she tried to explain to her mother why it is frustrating to change her daughter's name and that she should stop.
& # 39; I have spoken about it a billion times (probably exaggerated but not so much). She laughs at it. I'm afraid it will stick, "she said.
& # 39; My dear husband says he will call her Jelly if she continues and she says he is not so disrespectful. Any advice apart from the very tempting gaffer tape over the mouth solution?
Many of the mothers who responded said they loved the name and accused the grandmother of & # 39; rude & # 39; and & # 39; negligent & # 39; to be.
& # 39; Cassia is not hard to pronounce. Your mother has a bee in her cap for some reason and is deliberately difficult, & a person said.
Many of the mothers who responded said they loved the name and accused the grandmother of & # 39; rude & # 39; and & # 39; negligent & # 39; to be
& # 39; Tell her if she can't take the trouble to name your child by her name, she won't see her in the future and therefore this won't be a problem anymore. & # 39;
Another said: & # 39; If she does it again, tell her that you are very worried about her memory loss and think that this should be reported to her doctor.
& # 39; Mutter something to your husband in an aside about & # 39; senile dementia and care homes & # 39 ;. That should straighten her out. & # 39;
Others suggested to insert & # 39; her four-year-old young & # 39; and tell her mother that if she can say it, she should do it too.
Although the courageous suggestions made the mother laugh & # 39 ;, she said that other problems between the couple meant that they were not talking to each other at this time.
& # 39; I am not currently talking to me about another problem, so it is bliss! Twenty-four years old is an excellent idea … if Atilla's mother ever talks to us again, & she said.
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