Midwives And Nurses Share Baby Names That They Tried To Talk The Parents Out Of (40 PICS)

Posted in INTERESTING       24 Mar 2021       2099       9 GALLERY VIEW

"My husband wanted to name our son Truck . Almost ended in divorce. Needless to say, none of our boys are named Truck and we are still married"


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"I had a coworker named Trina, and when she was pregnant, she told me that she and her husband decided to name their baby 'Latrine.' I had to explain to her that she was naming her poor baby after the hole in the ground that soldiers [email protected]#t into!""She was horrified, and changed it to 'Katrina.' Then, two days after the kid was born, Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans"


"Oh I got one. Goth parents (18ish) had a baby. They wanted to name this sweet baby girl Death. I could not stand for it. So I told them every time I went to type it into birth certificate it changed the form to a death certificate. They bought and that girl is now named Morticia"


"My grandmother once put Virginia on a birth certificate when the parents had requested Vagina but didn’t know how to spell it."


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"My boss's friend named their kid 'Monster Galileo.' The nurse tried to talk them out it, but they insisted. The kid goes by 'Galileo.'""Honestly, I kind of like the sound of it for an adult or a performer's name, but being a kid named 'Monster' has to be rough in school"


"Back in 2000-2004 I worked at a hospital doing admin and an ol' battleaxe of a senior midwife stomped over with this angry-looking pregnant teenager in tow.

"Varvara!" Old Battleaxe roared. "Varvara, open up that internetty-thing on your computer!"

Old Battleaxe did not know computers, but she was well scary, so I agreed, and opened up the internetty-thing.

"Show this ridiculous child the first picture that appears when you type in the word Chanterelle!"

The angry pregnant teenager whined about how it was a pretty name and loads of girls were naming their little girl it, and then went stone-dead silent when she saw picture after picture of nasty sulphur-yellow mushrooms sprouting out of muddy forest floors.

"Told you! It's a [friggin] fungus!" Old Battleaxe roared, and stamped off to be Terrifying and Sensible at other pregnant teenagers, leaving me with the angry one.

Turned out that the name she had actually been thinking of was Chardonnay, which is both the name of very expensive wine and the name of a character in a UK soap opera called Footballers Wives, which was about as classy as it sounds.

The baby got that as a middle name later on, which was fine, the first name was Sophie or something along those lines."


"My classmate's mother was a maternity nurse, and she once had a couple who wanted to name their son 'Collin,' but wanted to give him a unique spelling. So they chose to spell it C-O-L-O-N. They tried to name their son Colon — as in, the organ attached to your anus. When my classmate's mother explained this to them, they were painfully embarrassed, and asked her to just use the usual spelling instead. I don't think they'll ever live it down"


"My ex-husband didn't think it was fair that girls could be named 'Grace' or 'Hope,' and he seriously suggested 'Pestilence,' 'War,' or 'Plague.' And his choice for a girl was 'Tangerine.' Fortunately, we never had any children"


"My dad wanted to name me 'Sky' — but he thought replacing the 'y' with an 'i' would be cute. Thank God my mom didn't go along with it, or I may have been named 'Ski.'"



"I once had a student named 'Linoleum.' Some midwife definitely dropped the ball on that one."


"Ladies and Gentlemen, Adolph Hitler.

The parents then tried to claim they weren't Nazis.... At first"


"I worked at a registrar for a while, and some of the standout names on the birth certificates I got were 'Killer,' 'Syphilis,' and 'Sweet Prayer Sunrise'"


"I lived with a student midwife when I was a student, and the first set of twins she delivered were named 'Red' and 'Blue.'"


"Working as an ERT on overnights, I got called to OB to help out alot. One name will always stick with me because of how unfortunate it is for the kid and how ridiculous it all is. The mom was deep in meth and other substance abuse and she told us she wanted him named Zion. We were like oh cool no problem so we asked her to fill out the paperwork of everything for us to submit and put in the chart and she wrote down Vzyiion.....she looked us dead in the eyes and said, the V is silent..... She also gave him 5 middle names because she didn't know which one was the father so he got em all"



"Not a nurse or a midwife but I had to talk a friend out of naming their daughter jkmno"


"As a med student, I had a patient who wanted to name her child 'Mudpiles.' The nurses silently protested and waited a few days. Mom eventually changed her mind"


"My uncle wanted to name his daughter Raider God. I'm glad they settled on Jada"


"I work in a music store that offers lessons and rents instruments. We have a list of the oddest child names.

~ Jamuary, Qwest, Sixte, She'Bra, Battle, ShyAnn are just a few on there.

~ The best one was Alivia (pronouned Ah-Lee-Vee-ah). When speaking with the grandmother she said that the mom wanted to name her Olivia but the father hated the name. Dad saw a bottle of Aleve on the counter so he and the mother compromised and came up with Alivia"


"I know a teacher who has a elementary age student with a African name that unfortunately does not translate well into English North America, the kids name is Acock Ring, and yes I wish I was kidding"



"My daughter named my grandchildren...Draven Tyrion Dexter Zaraphil Johnson, and Andromeda Nymphadora Jane Zaraphil Johnson....I'm not happy , but at least we convinced her to leave Lucifer out"


"I tried to tell someone not to name their kid 'Tarmac.' They'd recently learned the word from NASCAR."


"I'm neither of these, but I had a classmate in university whose name was Meganathan.

...To date I don't know why Nathan failed to suffice"


"I used to work in labor and delivery. One of the very experienced nurses had two times she had to talk people out of naming their child Vagina... and explain why they were hearing that word they liked so much"


"A baby here is named Covid Bryant... not even kidding. Look it up"



"My coworker went to school with a girl named 'Fallopia.' I feel sorry for her when she's in biology class and they talk about Fallopian tubes."


"My brother wanted to name our soon-to-be younger brother 'Corn Peas,' and our parents almost went with it because they felt bad for asking for his input and then rejecting it. Fortunately, they got over that."


"When I travelled around Africa, there were people named for qualities the parents wanted for the kid. So met Happiness, Joy, Loveness, Goodluck (very common), Leadership, Sunshine.

My favourite: Shoes."


"My mom wanted to name me Kirby. After her vacuum. Thankfully my dad talked her out if it."


"Obligatory not a nurse or midwife.

Took a call at the call center once and this poor frazzled EMT told me that she was delivering a kid and the mom's bowels voided, which is normal and apparently that's called "miconium."

She told her partner "Oop we got some miconium here" and the mom yells "Oh my god that's such a beautiful name - you just named my baby!"

The caller said "Paul, I...I tried to tell her, but...there's a kid running around named Birth [email protected]#t and I just don't know how to handle being responsible for that""



"My mother wanted to name my baby brother 'Ichabod Rusty.' Our surname is 'Ford,' and she was determined to call him 'Icky Rusty Ford.' She tickled herself [email protected]#tless through her pregnancy, but eventually my dad said 'No,' and they settled on something much more appropriate."


"My kids have a friend in their class called Famous (male)."


"My sister's initials were almost PMS they swapped the first and middle names"


"I'm not a nurse or a midwife, but I was once paid to design birthday cards for a kid named 'Mileage,' pronounced My-Leige, like how you'd refer to a king"


"Girl in highschool was named yanique (pronounced unique)

She was certainly one of a kind"



"I was almost named Cinderall I have no idea what my dad was smoking at the time"


"My boyfriend was nearly called 'Eggbert,' but 'Egg' for short. So glad they decided against it!"


"I currently work with someone who's first name is "Imunique". I don't think any midwives or nurses were involved with the naming"


"I used to work with youth who needed mental health support. I worked with 2 girls who had the following first names: Nawja (pronounced like nausea), & Cinnamon. I felt terrible for them."


"My ex wanted to name my son Jager (pronounced either Jagger or Yager) or Shotenjäger. That was a no.

Everyone talked me out of naming my daughter Evelyn (and nickname Evie - it’s a family name but apparently it’s for old women only lol)"



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Sheryl 9 month s ago
Actually met a person named Sh#thead. I guess her parents were going for "Sh#-thead". She was a really nice person despite that.
Solly 9 month s ago
A friend of mine swears a kid in his school was named "Exit."
Clifton 9 month s ago
There's generally a strong demographic component to this problem.
Jos 9 month s ago
There was a woman on Jerry Springer (where else) the other day named Cabbage.

I like the misspelled names like Isiah and Dwyane.
Daniel 9 month s ago
Other fake post.
Mackenzie 9 month s ago
Living in Africa, these are not so bad. Princess and Gift are common names, my daughter was in school with a kid named Nokia and one named Potlucko, I met a guy called Lunch and worked with a guy called Professor. I knew a guy called Lastborn, who had a younger brother called James. My friend had a grounds keeper called Million and I once spoke to a guy called Regopstaan (stand up straight).
Steph 9 month s ago
#4 typical case of ”Its not a phase mom!“
Ellie 9 month s ago
Know what a Certificate is? Verification of ownership.
Your birth certificate is just a receipt, you were born on a tax farm.
Isn't it sweet?

BTW favorite boy names in Berlin and London are now Mohammed.
Augustina 9 month s ago
Famous? I like that. Famous Curt Miller.



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