When your #parents found out that they are expecting a #babygirl, I was given the honour of naming you. My brother, your #father, said he wants your #name to start with the letter Z, in honour of your #mother.
I came up with names, but one really stood out, it is simple, but it is definitely my #favourite. I chose ZIA, which means LIGHT.
And my heart leaped when your father said, they love the name ZIA. And I hope you'll like it too. (I apologize in advance if you ended up not liking it, haha, blame me, your #Uncle).
What a beautiful coincidence that you were born on the same month (February) as your great grandmother’s and you have the same date as your grandmother’s birth date (the 15th).
One can only hope that this is an indication of #great things. May you #inherit the wonderful traits of these amazing women who raised us.
Like your great grandmother, I hope you always fight for your right and uphold your #selfworth.
May you inherit your grandmother’s #strength.
May you inherit your grandfather’s #altruistic heart and joviality.
May you be as #beautiful as your mother and may you be as #bright as your father.
May you inherit your #Aunt Rica’s #kind heart. And if I can bequeath all the talents I have, please know I did!
May you grow up to be a #WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE.
May you grow up with #LOVE for all the things and everyone around you, in every situation.
May your parents will ingrain in you the #virtue of charity, may they always remind you to be mindful and #considerate.
While they #educate you about the reality that the #world does not revolve just for you, may your parents always make you feel you are loved.
May we all make you realize how #unique and #special you are.
May you be a torch bearer of #equality and #fairness.
May you grow up full of hope and fortitude.
While you reach your own dreams, may you pave way for others to reach theirs.
And most importantly, be the #light (like your name) for everyone who will be fortunate to see your magnificence.