A spelling variation of the oh-so-popular Isaac, Issac with two S’s is really catching on among parents. In the Old Testament, Issac was the eagerly anticipated son of Abraham and Sarah, who caused laughter amongst his parents when God told them that they, all aged and elderly, would be having a baby. Imagine being the 100-year old mother of a newborn. Guess the joke was on them.
- Hebrew: Laughter