I shall call you “Kikay”. Nobody in the family will call you Kikay except your grandpa. Your would-be friend Kristina had been waiting for your coming and quite excited about it and she would call you by your sweetest nickname, “Annie”. Your aunt Kaycee and Loren or even your grandma will probably call you the same or simply Ann.
But you shall remain Kikay to grandpa. The name sounds so exotic and so endearing though had you been a boy, Kikoy could be the name for a clown. But as a girl’s nickname, Kikay evokes some special kind of a bond. A bond that that distinguishes any other bond with others. Your other grandpa would not be able to make any spatial bind with you, but later, you can search for his spiritual presence while I search for yours now.
The family had waited for you for 4 long years now. You seem to appreciate the gravity of those missed years that you came out 3 weeks ahead of your schedule. Everyone else in the clan has an attitude, but yours surpassed that of everyone else. You are a textbook example of a paradox; eager to face the world in an economic crisis while others were running away from it. That’s my Kikay…
I shall be your greatest grandpa because you have no other. I am thrilled by the distinction.
Meanwhile break the stillness of that early dawn with the shrill of your innocence.
Welcome to the World my little sweet angel ! ! !
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