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My son is six months old but I can’t stand his name

Choosing your child’s name is an important decision that many will not take lightly.

You want to make sure you give your child a name you love, right?

A mother has taken to Mumsnet to reveal she has massive regrets about her son's name, to the point that it scares her

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A mother has taken to Mumsnet to reveal she has massive regrets about her son’s name, to the point that it scares herPhoto credit: Getty

Well, a woman got used to it mom net to reveal that she has massive regrets about her baby’s name and can’t even bring herself to say it out loud.

She asked, “Is anyone else reluctant to use (say) their baby’s name?”.

The mother revealed she has a six-month-old son named Noah, but she doesn’t feel comfortable saying his name.

She explained: “You may have seen previous threads of mine on here dealing with my fear of the baby name, as I like to call it.

“Well, I’ve had a bad couple of days because of it.

“My boy Noah is almost 6 months old now and I never feel comfortable saying his name.

“I’ve also started hating the way it sounds when I say it.

“I mainly call him with different nouns like gorgeous boy, big boy, etc. or sometimes short no-no, but obviously neither of those can stay in adulthood!

“Using his name doesn’t feel right either.

“His name is now starting to suit him too, so I thought my fears about his name had subsided, but unfortunately not.

“I loved his name before and during my pregnancy and thought it was perfect, but for some reason it’s not.

“I’ve also thought about maybe adding another name but can’t see myself suddenly using a different name now, I guess that doesn’t seem right either.

“I’m often obsessed with other names I could have given him.

“I also have an older daughter and she loves his name.

“I hope I’m still not going through this in 3 years.

“Anyone else who’s been through this or has been through it, has it ever left you?

“Can anyone give any advice?”

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Mumsnet users expressed their sympathy for the new mom and shared their advice on her naming dilemma.

One person said: “Personally I would change it now if you’re worried, you’ll get used to using a different name, it’s young.”

Another added: “I had a friend who changed her daughter’s name when she was 6 months old because she didn’t like it, her daughter is 14 now, she was not harmed by a name change and I was able to not even tell you what the original name was.”

A third commented: “I have a friend who is going through this. If you hadn’t said the name, I would have actually mistaken you for her! She can’t bring herself to say his name and it took 6 weeks to register him. He is now 6 months old.”

The mother faced a dilemma over her child's name, but Mumsnet users were very supportive

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The mother faced a dilemma over her child’s name, but Mumsnet users were very supportivePhoto credit: Getty

For other name stories, I pointed out that my friend’s niece’s name was misspelled and now everyone is angry at me.

In the meantime, I’ve been thinking about my son’s name for 9 months – I love him but I’m sick of people comparing him to a fascist.

as good as that I was in dire need of a passport for my baby so I was pressured into choosing her name – I hate it so much I call her ‘baby’ now..

Likewise, I decided on my baby’s name before I was even pregnant – my due date is in a few weeks and now I’m worried she might be bullied for it.

If that wasn’t enough I gave my dog ​​a funny name that suits my sense of humor…but my mom thinks it’s “too embarrassing” and refuses to walk him.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17853563/cant-stand-six-month-old-sons-name/ My son is six months old but I can’t stand his name

Dais Johnston

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