Parents, this is why we can’t have nice things.
As someone who’s grown up with a unique name, I’m not on the whole “I want the most unique baby name in the whole world” train. (While we’re on names, check out these newcomers kicking the classics out of the charts.)
I’ve heard from the Kate’s of the world and the Sarah’s, how annoying it is to be in a class full of five others with your name. How they wished that they would’ve been the only one of their kind with their name.
Well, from someone who was always the only one with her name, it’s not as lovely as you might think.
Unfortunately, parents are just going crazier and crazier with their baby name choice (so much so that even midwives and nurses are judging parents on their baby name choice, read about it here.)
So much so that newborns are doing this from day one: