“I just don’t understand why you don’t just give them a name.”
I sat down with a high-school senior from a nearby town, who is named Jody.
Jody told me she’s a football player and she wants to make a name for herself.
“I want to be famous,” she said.
“I don’t want people to think I’m some crazy girl that just plays for her school.”
Jody is a student at the University of Texas-Austin.
Jody told her story about the name and how her mom decided to change it.
Jody’s mom, Jody’s aunt, told The Huffington the name Jody is derived from the Japanese word for girl.
The nickname “Jody” is a way to show that she’s not a boy, she said, but she also wanted to be known as a girl.
Jodi, who asked that we not use her real name, said she was initially scared about changing the name.
She told me that it’s hard to get over the fact that she doesn’t have a name and that she has a lot of questions about it.
“When I get older, I will be older and more confident,” Jody said.
Jodie, who told me her name is derived and that the name she wants is “Jodine,” said her name was given to her by her mom when she was a little girl.
Jody has been calling herself Jody for the last two years, and she said her mother made it clear to her that she was not a girl and wanted her to change her name to Jodine.
She told me Jody didn’t get any official name until she was in high school.
“My name was a joke,” Jodie said.
She said her mom gave her the name because she felt like she should.
Jodies mom told her that Jody would be a popular girl and that Jodys name would be accepted.
I asked Jody what she thought about her mom’s decision to name her Jody when she wasn’t sure.
“She was right,” Jodi said.
“It’s my name, it’s my mom, it is my name,” Jotie said of her mother’s decision.
“It is my choice.
I am not a little boy, Jodi.”
Jodi said that she and Jody are the only kids at her school who have a nickname.
Jodi’s mom said that the nickname Jody came from when she used to play football.
She said her nickname was something that she felt proud of.
“Because it was something I knew that she knew,” Jodey said.
Joda said that Jodi told her her name because her name symbolized the girl in her life.
In an effort to make her name more prominent in her school’s community, Jody said that her mom has been encouraging students to change their names.JODIYA: “My mother called me Jodi when I was 3 years old, and now I just like to call her Jodina.
I think that’s my first name.
I like my name to be different.”JODINE: “She called me by my middle name, but that was my nickname, so I just picked that.”
Jodice’s mom told me when she first gave Jody her nickname she didn’t know if it would make a difference.
“But I’ve decided that I’ll give her a name,” she told me.
“We just started it this year and now it’s a big deal.”
Jotie told me I had to change my name for her because she didn