domingo, 5 de outubro de 2014

ALL AROUND THE GLOBE GIVEAWAY


We will have a little girl next December, she will be half japanese + portuguese. We have some ideas for a name for her but we want to let you participate on it thru this giveaway. We would like to raise our daughter with an international mindset so the name must match with it! I´m giving away this ORIGAMI SET (5 packs) in exchange of your best advice for a name! 

RULES
1. ALL NATIONALITIES ARE WELCOMED TO JOIN; 
2. YOU CAN PARTICIPATE WITH ANY TYPE OF NAME, FROM France, Brasil, Portugal, USA, Mexico, Korea, China, India etc, etc. IF THE NAME HAS MEANING PLEASE WRITE IT ALSO.
3. YOU JUST HAVE TO WRITE YOUR FAVORITE GIRL NAME IN THIS BLOGPOST;
4. BY FRIDAY NIGHT ( 10th October) ) WE WILL CHOOSE A WINNER NAME AND WILL TELL IT HERE;
5. WE WILL SEND THE ORIGAMI SET TO THE WINNER ADDRESS.



今年12月に生まれてくるわたしたちの娘のための名前を募集します。彼女は日本人とポルトガル人のハーフです。いくつか考えている名前もありますが、できれば皆さまにも一緒に考えてもらえたらと思います。娘は国際人としての感覚を持った人間として育てたいので、それにあった名前がいいのですが。よいアイデアをくれたひとには、綺麗な折り紙のセットを差し上げます。

ルールは、国籍は問わないのでどなたでもお願いします。その名前の意味も書いてくれるとうれしいです。応募はこちらのブログポストに。金曜の夜が締め切りで、わたしたちが当選者を選んでこちらに発表します。そのあと景品を送らせていただきますね。



Vamos ter uma menina em Dezembro próximo, ela será metade japonesa + portuguesa. Temos algumas ideias para um nome para ela, mas nós gostaríamos de convidar os leitores/as a participar na nossa escolha através deste sorteio. Gostaríamos que a nossa filha cresça com uma mentalidade internacional, assim o seu nome deve corresponder a esta ideia! Estou a oferecer este conjunto de  origami (5 pacotes) em troca de seu melhor conselho para um nome para a nossa filha! 

REGRAS 
1. TODAS AS NACIONALIDADES SÃO BEM VINDAS.
2. Você pode participar com qualquer tipo de NOME, original de França, Brasil, Portugal, EUA, México, Coreia, China, Índia, etc, etc, Se o nome tem um significado ESCREVA TAMBÉM. 
3. Você deve escrever o nome neste post, respostas no Facebook ou outros websites não são validos.
4. Na próxima 6ª Feira iremos vamos escolher um nome vencedor e iremos anunciar aqui.
5. Vamos enviar o conjunto de origami para a morada do vencedor / a.

the diydreamer

***Have a nice MONDAY ***




18 comentários:

valchoa disse...

Isobel sounds like a nice name

Carla Valverde disse...

Thank you!! Its a beautiful name ideed!

Beatriz Fujita disse...

I would choose a name that sounds good and easy to pronounce in both countries. I like Anna. I also like Yuna( which in some parts of Spain means moon).

Author disse...

How about Luna Sakura? Sakura means cherry blossom in Japanese, Luna means moon... you could even reverse it as Sakura Luna

nina disse...

Here again :)
Aya

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Maya

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Tea

nina disse...

Here again:)

Aya

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Mina

nina disse...

Tea or Dea (and apologies for the many comments, just love baby names ;))

nina disse...

Sorry another suggestion: Rica/Rika or Erika

Suzuki Mom disse...

Our daughter is Ayana, for "how beautifully designed" or "what an intricate pattern". Interestingly, Aya is a name shared by various cultures, including those of India and Africa, and perhaps the Middle east. I think it means "little flower" in Kenya and in Hindi. In Arabic I believe it means "a verse". This also gives it an advantage of being pronounceable in many parts of the world. :-) Kanji makes naming fun!

catnews disse...

Mariza : 真李座

Carla Valverde disse...

I´m surprised with the comments! We must think, December will arrive quickly!

TokyoSilk disse...

Lily or Liliana... Rika is nice but there are a lot of boys named Riku out there right now.

Suzuki Mom disse...

Rosa is beautiful too - with many nicknames (Rosalie, Rosita, etc)

janelle j disse...

I love the idea of CITY names for your little girl. Give her a sense of what awaits in the exciting world beyond, and choose a name that works equally well in Japanese too. RIO, SYDNEY, Adelaide, Alice (Springs), Dakota, India, Sahara, Verona, Sierra, Havana. SO many choices. HAVE fun!

okasanbear disse...

We have a daughter named Sayuri which means little Lilly in Japanese