Ooooow, I know that feeling! I never had my
name on those mugs, teddies, little dinosaurs, scarfs, whatever, which didn't stop me from looking every time, just in case, even though I knew it wouldn't be there... still, one can hope
Also, here in Hungary you've got so-called "name days", which is like a birthday, only you're celebrating your name... every day has a name (though most have two, usually a girl and a boy), and some names are twice (sometimes even three times (!!) per year, not fair! If you want to make your kid happy, call him Pál
though usually, you pick just one then... which is all the more confusing, because I for instance am really bad at remembering people's name-days, so when I happen to hear on the radio that it's for example Ágnes day, and I call her to wish her happy name-day, she goes like, well, thank you, but I celebrate it in March
). Anyway, Michaela is of course not on the list, so I don't actually have a name-day... even though there are a LOT of bizarre names on that list, like Zsaklin (Jaquelin, spelled Hungarian
)* So in my family, we celebrate Lilla (my second name) just to have something to celebrate, but no one else ever remembers that I'm called Lilla too, so it usually gets forgotten...
*Found you a list! http://www.hungarianreference.com/Hungarian-name-day-nevnap-magyar-n%C3%A9vnapok-nevnapok.aspx
It's awful, there's even an Apollonia! Pity about the car...