Bristol posted a snapshot of little Sailor wearing a cow costume on Halloween in 2016, alongside an image of her eldest daughter wearing her cheerleading costume on Tuesday.'Last year vs this year,' she wrote, using three crying face emoji.Meanwhile, Bristol's eight-year-old son, Tripp, her only child with her former fiance and high school sweetheart Levi Johnston, dressed up as a University of Kentucky football player.
Earlier this month, Bristol and Dakota took their children to the pumpkin patch near their home in Texas.So if you’re named Kevin, that probably won’t hold you back much.But then, that also means you had parents who were the type to name you Kevin, which is another story. The mom shared a heartwarming family picture of herself posed with Dakota, their two daughters, and her son Tripp.'Family #themeyers,' she captioned the Instagram image, which sees them standing in front of an old truck filled with white pumpkins.In the snapshot, Bristol is gazing at 22-month old Sailor while holding her eldest daughter on her hip.While exotic baby names may seem like a disease that most commonly afflicts celebrities, in Germany it’s really about the other end of the economic spectrum.
An article on Kevinism [note: this article contains a lot of German] in quotes sociologist Jürgen Gerhards, who asserts that Anglo-American names (Mandy, Justin, Angelina to name a few more) are a lower-class phenomenon.
Meanwhile, Dakota has their five-month-old in his arms, and Tripp is grinning from ear to ear while standing between his mother and stepfather.
Dakota and Tripp are both wearing shorts, sneakers, and short-sleeved shirts, while the girls are all wearing denim.
Yes, Jake will probably be more successful, but he is also likely to have had wealthier parents and grown up behind a white picket fence.
In short, name is a sign, more than a cause, of difference.
The family has certainly gotten into the Halloween spirit, and last week they carved pumpkins together.