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The more I realize with getting my first tattoo it should be something totally meaninful,so I dont regret it. I have been a huge fan of sun/moon/stars for years...since I was probaly ten or so....so,I thought my first tattoo should be a sun...Then I started thinking of getting the kids names instead on the back of my neck,ortheir intials...I am very confused. I also was thinking of a sun with the kids intials inside of the sun...kinda like my children are the sunshine of my life...what do you ladies think? I have definetly decided it will be on the back of my neck....does anyone know of a good site to view art work for ideas?? Thanks:-)
__________________ Nichole,Mommy to Emily and Ryan
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I agree....tats should have meaning. I am so glad I waited until I as older to start with mine....if I had gotten one in college who knows what I would've ended up with!
I have 6 & all have meaning.....my first(lower back) is a butterfly with ink work & the symbol for "mother"......2nd (right hip) a calla lilly-the flowers of my wedding, 3rd anklet on my left ankle....it has the zodiac signs of me, my dh, & my dd on it plus a cross....4th my dd's name on the inside of my left wrist 5th angel wings for the babies i've lost (back) 6th back of my neck chinese for "beautiful but fragile"
so, for you to not regret your tats i strongly urge you to have meaning tied to them in someway so you dont "outgrow" them.
Good luck! I suggest visiting a feww parlors & looking at their work & getting an idea of what you want.