A parenting expert told Newsweek how couples can find common ground on potential baby names.
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"It's a stupid name and you have the right to veto it. NTA," said one Reddit user.
Movies and television influenced many of the canine names chosen, with Winnie, Zeus, Gizmo, Thor and Mickey among the most popular, according to a new study.
Liam and Olivia are expected to be among the most popular names nationwide.
"Everyone commenting was being nasty about my name choice," the new mom told followers on Reddit.
The mom-to-be had suggested asking her mother-in-law's permission to use their favorite baby name, but opinion was divided.
"Your feelings are your feelings, but there's nothing you or your husband can do about it, so I wouldn't hold it against him," said one user.
"Names need to be 2 yeses," said one commenter of the viral post.
The Redditor revealed that his sister wants to name her unborn daughter Krxstxl.
An mom-to-be has shared how her friends told her that her child would be "ridiculed" because of her baby name choice.
"I felt quite hurt that my best friend couldn't just say, 'Hey, I loved this name and I really want to give it to my baby,'" one mom told Newsweek.
"These new names use more accessible and widely recognized terminology," an LSE spokesperson told Newsweek.
"Of course. If you're giving birth to a Powerpuff Girl. Otherwise...of course not," one commenter on the woman's post wrote of the unique name.
As the businesswoman unveiled her son's name almost a year after his birth, a number of Instagram users pointed out its eyebrow-raising slang meaning in Arabic.
"Frantom of the opera," said another reply. While one Redditor opted for: "Francakes."
A woman has been voted "not the a******" for repeatedly asking her in-laws to get her name right.
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"The in-laws are simply upset because they didn't get the reaction they wanted from their bullying," one user said.
A mom has been told to "let it go" after becoming upset that her ex-husband's new partner wants to name her daughter after a character from "Frozen."
"There are very few cases in which parents should change a child's name," Taylor A. Humphrey, founder of What's in a Baby Name told Newsweek.
A study by Yappy.com also lists the most popular holiday-inspired names by dog breed.
"Megan is being inappropriate and needs therapy. You shouldn't have to deal with that," one user said.
I understand the pronunciation landmine that plagues public figures like Nikki Haley.
"No one owns a name. Call your baby what you want." one user said.
"As her boyfriend, you should be the last person making her feel judged," said one reply on the viral Reddit post.
The easier a name is to pronounce, "the more positively it is judged," according to a May 2012 study in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
"It's very controlling behavior to ask him to remove it. Your insecurity is not reason enough to force him to undergo removal treatment," one user said.
"Just because the name is loosely associated with a character in brownface doesn't mean it doesn't have other associations," said one reply.