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    A PREGNANT woman picked the perfect name for her baby boy but was gutted when her family hated it and said he sounded like he was in a "drug gang". The upset mum-to-be said that her family made it obvious they wanted her to have a girl and were disappointed when she said it was a boy. 1The mum-to-be was gutted that her family hated the name she picked for her baby boyCredit: Getty They have also told her she can't name her child Reggie as it conjures up images of gangsters. Taking to Mumsnet, she said: "I'm 30 weeks pregnant with my second, its a boy again, which my family made it very obvious they wanted a girl and was disappointed when I revealed it's a boy."After weeks and weeks of discussing names with my partner we finally settled on Reggie a couple of weeks ago. "We kept it to ourselves until we knew it would stick and now its stuck we have been telling family. Read more on babiesNAME CHANGER I'm pregnant at same time as my sister-in-law...
    WHEN it comes to baby names, some parents like to keep things traditional while others opt for monikers that are a little more unique. And one anonymous UK-based mum-to-be, who is due in August, took to Reddit to explain how she and her partner went for the latter and chose a rather "unusual" name for their baby boy. 1An anonymous UK-based mum-to-be took to Reddit to discuss the rather unusual name she has chosen for her baby boy.Credit: Alamy She wrote: "The first name we have chosen is Bair. We both love the sound of it but don’t want to spell it Bear like the animal." "He will have two middle names, both family names, and the sounds just all go really well together without being a mouthful or difficult to spell." She went on to promise that she and her partner wouldn't get offended, but were genuinely keen to know reactions to their chosen moniker. And social forum users didn't hold back... READ MORE ON BABY NAMESOH BABY These are the most popular spring themed baby names, is...
    THERE are certain baby names which are like Marmite - you either love them or hate them. But one anonymous woman, who is from the US, couldn't hold back her very strong feelings on a moniker her friend had chosen for her newborn baby girl. 1One anonymous woman, who is from the US, couldn't hold back her very strong feelings on a moniker her friend had chosen for her newborn baby girl. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty Taking to Reddit, she explained: "A family friend named her daughter Hazelynn. The first kid's named Paisley. I hate Paisley with every fibre of my being, but it is a real name so, whatever!" But Hazelynn?! Wtf is that and why?" And it wasn't long before the comments section was flooded with responses - with many in agreement they weren't massive fans of the chosen name. READ MORE ON BABY NAMESKID YOU NOT I’ve picked four baby names - people say they make her sound like a stripper Naming day I personalise baby clothes and here the most ‘unique’ baby names ever "One...
    A MAN, 36, explained that he and his wife, 35, agreed that she could name their second child as he chose the name of their first, but he wasn't expecting her to opt for something so "ridiculous". The husband said he couldn't stand her choice as it "didn't sound serious" and feels so strongly that he's considering refusing to sign the birth certificate. 1The couple fell out as the man tried to convince his wife to change the name she picked for their baby daughterCredit: Alamy The man explained that his wife wanted the name "Ever Winter Rain" for their baby girl. Taking to Reddit, he said: "Our agreement was that I got to name the first baby, and she got to name the second baby. "She didn’t have any strong opinions or preferences with regards to naming our son so I went with what I thought was a strong, somewhat unique name but that could just as easily suit a musician as a lawyer or doctor. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED...
    GIVING your baby the same name as a loved family member is seen by many as a touching tribute. But one anonymous woman, who is believed to be from the US, was mocked for doing just that - after she decided to slightly tweak the spelling. 1An anonymous woman, who is believed to be from the US, took to Reddit and explained that she wants to name her son Alyert - a slight variation on the name Albert which runs in her family. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty Instead, many were left wondering whether she'd made a typo. In the post, which was shared on Reddit, the mum-to-be explained: "My husband and I are expecting our first child, and found out that it’s a baby boy. "So I made this account because I need some outside opinions on the baby name we’re considering: Alyert. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED The name Albert runs in our family, and we really want to use it for our baby, but it feels weird to use the...
    WHEN it comes to choosing baby names, it's impossible to keep everyone happy. While some opt for traditional monikers, others prefer unique, stand-out names - like this anonymous UK-based woman. 1NINTCHDBPICT000712926140Credit: Shutterstock Taking to Reddit, she penned: "Reading the Red Rising book series and really starting to like the name Eo. "She gives such a strong, fiery impression too. It's not a name that is really used for a baby name, just wondering about thoughts." She continued: "Pronounced as it is spelled. So fairly easy. Io is a similar name, decent. Has usage history but isn't as warm to me." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED However, the name suggestion didn't go down well with social media users - with one even suggesting it sounded like a nursery rhyme. "Honest first impression? 'And on his farm he had a cow, e-i-e-i-ooo,' wrote one. "It does not feel like a complete name to me, sorry." A second commented: "Not a fan, because Eo 'should' be pronounced eh-oh or ay-oh. The spelling of the name you...
    Former Olympic skier Bode Miller and his wife Morgan made their first Today show appearance with their newborn baby girl on Wednesday, revealing that they still haven't settled on a name for their seven-week-old.    The couple welcomed their daughter on November 26, at their home in California, with the help of a midwife. As the eighth child in their family, they have taken to calling her Ocho — which is Spanish for 'eight' — while trying to choose her name.   'It’s hard because her personality is different, and I think we’re all trying to get used to it,' Bode, 44, told Today co-anchor Savannah Guthrie while joining the show via live video feed from their home in Montana.  Scroll down for video   Bode and Morgan Miller appeared on the Today show with their seven-week-old daughter on Wednesday after welcoming the newborn on November 26, at their home in California The newborn is the eighth child in their family, and they have been calling her Ocho, which is Spanish for 'eight,' while trying to choose her name  'She’s stumped us on names so...
    TEEN Mom pregnant star Catelynn Lowell revealed she has already chosen a name for her new baby. The mom-of-two is about to welcome her fourth daughter with her husband, Tyler Baltierra. 6Teen Mom pregnant star Catelynn Lowell revealed she has already chosen a name for her new babyCredit: Instagram 6The mom-of-two is about to welcome her fourth daughter with her husband, Tyler BaltierraCredit: Instagram ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. Catelynn shared a snap of a recent ultrasound captioned: "Sooo I think we know her name. It's a girl." The ultrasound also notes she is due in early September. So she is barely three months along now. The mom-to-be again also posted a video of new baby clothes and bedding from the company Goosebumps. In addition to Nova, six, and Vaeda, two, Tyler and Catelynn placed their 11-year-old daughter, Carly, 11, for adoption. 6The mom-to-be again also posted a video of new baby clothes and bedding from the company GoosebumpsCredit: Instagram 6Catelynn announced their pregnancy news, sharing a photo of her daughters holding a sign...
    PRINCESS Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have revealed they have named their baby son August Philip Hawke Brooksbank - and there is a very sweet meaning behind the name. The choice of Philip as a middle name pays tribute to Eugenie’s grandfather Prince Philip, who was admitted to hospital this week. 6Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank have announced they have named their baby son August Philip Hawke BrooksbankCredit: PA:Press Association Prince Philip, 99, currently remains at King Edward VII's hospital, having been admitted on Tuesday evening after feeling unwell. Meanwhile, August means “great” in Latin - and although isn’t a traditional British royal name, is still popular in the German hereditary royal line, from which Queen Victoria descends. And Hawke - linking to the bird - has been made popular by the likes of Tony Hawk and Ethan Hawke. Buckingham Palace today released an image of Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank with their baby boy, who was born at the Portland Hospital in central London at 8.55am on February 9. 6The middle name Philip is a tribute to Princess Eugenie's grandad,...
    WHAT to name your little one is the first decision you'll make as a parent - and it's arguably the most important. After weeks (if not, MONTHS) of agonising, most mums and dads-to-be finally have to settle on a compromise - and by this point, the grandparents rarely get a look-in. 1Would YOU let your parents influence your child's name?Credit: Getty - Contributor Well if you're still deciding what to name your baby, then you might want to steer clear of these popular monikers - which have been voted the "most hated" by grandparents. A survey by Mumsnet and Gransnet found that grandparents dislike the name Aurora the most - despite the fact that it was the third most popular in 2020. But while you could argue that it's simply a too modern for the older generations, the study also revealed that grandparents dislike the traditional names Charlotte, Jack and Tabitha too because they think they're "too old". What's more, a whopping 20 per cent were left disappointed that their name suggestions didn't make the final cut. Grandparents' 'most hated'...
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