Choosing the right baby name is just one of the hundreds of jobs new parents have to do.
And it's certainly no easy decision.
Not only do you have to find a name that you and your partner both agree on (and hasn't already been snatched up by a rogue cousin), you also need to find one that actually... fits.
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With that in mind, it's understandable that parents might change their minds after a couple of weeks (or hours) and opt for something entirely different.
Just this week, former Big Brother star Krystal Forscutt (now Hipwell) announced that she changed her mind about calling her eight-month-old son Huska.
The mother-of-three chose the name after asking her Instagram followers to vote on whether they preferred Huska or Husky, which she is now using as a nick-name.
When a fan asked about her son's name in an Instagram Q&A, Krystal responded saying, "It's actually neither of these names on his birth certificate but we call him Husky".
She added that she won't be sharing her son's legal name on social media.
And she's not the only celeb who's swapped out her kids' name.
Just last year, Amy Schumer shared that she tweaked her son's name after realising it sounded like... "genital".
"It’s now Gene David Fischer," she said on her podcast, 3 Girls, 1 Keith.
"It was Gene Attell Fischer but we realised that we, by accident, named our son ‘genital'."
Of course, she's not alone.
Here are 16 other women who decided to change their baby's name, and what made them to do.
"I had a moment of clarity in the NICU."
"We had the name Zac Angus in mind. We changed it after he arrived because I had a moment of clarity in the NICU and it sounded like black Angus." - Jem.
"My parents' Australian friends called him fungus instead of Fergus."
"My brother was Fergus until my parents' Australian friends called him fungus. He has been Brendan since three months old. That was his middle name until it was changed. He does like the name Fergus 40 years on, and probably would not have changed it to Brendan!" - So.
"I’m so glad we changed it when we did."
"I had boy/girl twins, I named them Louie and Charlie. My little Charlie was constantly getting mistaken for a boy, even being dressed in pink. They were even confused on different paperwork as male twins. Just before they turned one I changed her name legally to Charlotte. I had literally never even thought that it would be an issue until after they were born. It was so frustrating, I’m so glad we changed it when we did." - Shay.