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I screwed up my son’s name TWICE on his birth certificate, now I have to legally change it

When it comes to baby names, there are all sorts of bizarre and wacky spellings that new parents opt for.

But unfortunately for a woman hailing from the US, her son’s unique name was accidentally spelled differently.

Mum-of-two Alex, who is from the US, took to YouTube and explained how she gave her son August the middle name "Renly"

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Mum-of-two Alex, who is from the US, took to YouTube and explained how she gave her son August the middle name “Renly”.Credit: Deargreyson/Instagram
middle name "Renly" was inspired by the character Renly Baratheon in the hit TV series Game of Thrones

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The middle name “Renly” was inspired by the character Renly Baratheon in the hit TV series Game of ThronesPhoto Credit: Dear Greyson/Youtube

Mom-of-two Alex, who is from the US, gained weight youtube and explained how she and her husband eventually settled on the name August for their son.

However, they found it much more difficult to decide on his middle name, but finally settled on “Renly” after being inspired by the character Renly Baratheon in the hit TV series Game of Thrones.

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But when it came to making the name official, Alex explained, “I’m so upset.

“I screwed it up… what happened was they gave us paper and they gave us all this information and there you put his full name with the spelling right and birth certificate and social security card.

Patrick left with the paperwork to get sushi at the time, so he wasn’t there.”

I had just had a baby and wasn’t thinking right, so I misspelled him when I wrote his name.”

Alex revealed that instead of spelling her son’s middle name “Renly,” she mistakenly spelled “Rennley” instead.

“I don’t know why I wrote it that way – that wasn’t what Patrick and I agreed on spelling, which is a big deal for us…”

“When Patrick came back I felt like I had spelled it wrong, but I just wasn’t 100% sure. I just had another baby so my head wasn’t in the right place.”

The mother-of-two added that she had to call her midwife’s office and luckily was given the option to change the spelling – but things took another turn.

“So I emailed the name and your girl messed it up again!” Alex continued. “I don’t know how that happened. I don’t know why I haven’t seen Patrick.

“The funny part is that it’s not even like you just send in the name and then they just send it to Social Security. They send you the name and then you have to do two confirmations.”

“Well, this is all my fault now. I have no excuses It’s not like I had a baby a few minutes ago and we’re doing this. I had a baby about a month ago and we’re doing this…”

I don’t understand it because I knew how to spell it. We got the social security card yesterday and it’s at the top, August “Renley.”

She added that while it’s not impossible to fix, it’s just an extra hassle that parents didn’t need.

Alex admitted to misspelling it on two separate occasions

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Alex admitted to misspelling it on two separate occasionsPhoto Credit: Dear Greyson/Youtube

In other parent news, this Woman regrets her baby’s name – and says she and her partner couldn’t agree and everyone is pronouncing it wrong.

Also this womanon is six months old, but she can’t stand his name.

Also one more pointed out that her friend’s niece’s name was misspelled and now everyone is angry at her.

I thought I had terrible period pains, but it was actually a baby – I’m fed up with trolls asking me why I didn’t know I was pregnant

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17867414/messed-up-sons-name-twice-on-birth-certificate/ I screwed up my son’s name TWICE on his birth certificate, now I have to legally change it

Dais Johnston

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