Some families have names that sound like the product E was selling but that didn’t actually mean that E had a bad name so E gave them out with my name, “Boeh Bee” or “Eh Bee”, and everyone likes it. “E” (E or Ee) was my grandpop’s given name and so I didn’t even know his true given name until he passed away, but it was a nice nickname.
This is a little old, but I do want to thank Ee for coming up with the name Eh Bee for me. It is a wonderfully affectionate name and to this day, I use it as my stage name.
In addition to Eh Bee, I also like the song Eh Bee, Bee Bee, Bee Bee. So I thought, why not do the same thing with the ‘Bee’ for your blog name. (I know I’m cheating, but this is the way I see it so who am I to question) I will do the same thing for names and see if it works, if not I will have another blog dedicated to the names.
I love the name Eh Bee Bee Bee. After watching The Honeymooners and a few episodes of Friends, I started playing around with the names I think I would call my kids, as part of a fun and unique experiment. I came up with these for myself and my husband.
Let’s get personal, I like the name “Bee Bee,” which is short for bee-bee. The name works. I’ve never been good with names so I am going with the concept of a short, simple name that fits well on a phone and reminds humans they are no longer bees as insects of the hive.
The great thing about the BEE is that it has many beautiful shades of blue and brown. In order to be blue you must be green:) The bee is most definitely the bee, and that bee looks something like a green leaf in this photo. The bee works well as a background or in place of an orange or yellow flower.