It is that time once again where I post my weekly “Word Cloud” this week’s “Wordle Wednesday” is all about FAMILY
Word cloud created by WordItOut.com
The words that have been used to create this word cloud are:
adoption, adoptive father, adoptive mother, ancestor, aunt, bachelor, birth mother, blood relative, bride, bridegroom, brother, brother-in-law, care-giver, child, childhood, children, clan, close-knit, connection, cousin, dad, daddy, daughter, daughter-in-law, descendant, devoted, divorce, eligible, engaged, engagement, estranged, ex, ex husband, ex wife, extended family, faithful, family, family tree, father, father-in-law, fiancee, first born, first cousin, folks, foster, foster child, foster father, foster mother, foster parent, fraternal, foster child, foster parent, fraternal, fraternal twin, genealogy, grampa, gramps, grandchild, grandchildren, granddaughter, grandfather, grandma, grandmother, grandpa, grandparent, grandson, granny, great-granddaughter, great-grandfather, great-grandmother, great-grandparent, great-grandson, great-aunt, great-uncle, groom, grownup, half-brother, half-sister, heir, heiress, helpmate, hereditary, heritage, history, home, household, husband, identical twin, inherit, inheritance, infant, infancy, in-law, juvenile, kin, kindred, kinfolk, kinship, kith, lineage, love, loyalty, ma, maiden name, mama, marriage, mate, maternal, matriarch, matrimony, minor, Miss, mum, monogamy, mother, mother-in-law, Mr., Mrs., Ms., Mummy, nana, natal, nephew, nest, newlywed, niece, nuclear family, nuptial, nurture, offspring, orphan, pa, papa, parent, partner, paternal, patriarch, pop, posterity, progenitor, progeny,, quadruplets, quads, quints, quintuplets, related, relations, relative, second cousin, senior,sibling, sister, sister-in-law, son, son-in-law, spouse, stepbrother, stepchild, stepchildren, stepdad, stepdaughter, stepfather, stepmum, stepmother, stepsister, stepson, surrogate mother, tribe, triplets, trust, trustworthy, twin brother, twin sister, twins, uncle, wed, wedding, wedlock, wife, youngster, youth.
I know that every family has different ‘names’ for each person in the family; for example my Great-Grandmother was called Nanna and my Grandmother was call Grandma…it all depends on who you are and where you come from really.