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‘I regret my baby’s name but worry changing it will make me a bad mother’

A mother has been torn about whether to change her four-month-old daughter’s name after realizing she didn’t like the name she initially chose – but fears it’s too late to change

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ONE mom anxiously debating whether to change the four-month-old girl baby name, after realizing that she no longer liked the name.

The mother has revealed how pressured she feels to come up with a name as she suffers from hypnosis, i.e. excessive nausea and vomiting, during her time. pregnancy and continues to suffer from postpartum depression after giving birth, meaning she won’t stand a chance of finding a suitable name.

“I suffered from vomiting and postpartum depression and as a result, plus my partner disagreed with me on many names that I still hadn’t given him by the time he was almost six weeks old,” she said. mother told. wrote on Mumsnet.

The only name she and her partner could agree on was Esmé, which sounds like Es-may, so they reluctantly chose that name, but over the past few months, the mother has realized she doesn’t like it. this name. .







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“I really don’t like it now. She’s forever Es-me and the voice is a pain,” she continued, before asking: “Is it too late to change it? She’s four years old. month.”

The mother turned to the forum to ask if any other parents found themselves regretting a name they chose for their child, and many were quick to react to similar situations.

“I’ve had a very similar experience with my now four-year-old. We haven’t decided on a name for her yet even though I already have a name that I keep coming back to. I’ve been through it. a traumatic birth and looking back now I realize that I was a comment mom.

“To cut a very long story short, I felt pressured to register her birth at week three and immediately felt excruciatingly sorry for her name. I can’t say it, sorry. was sad to see it written and suffered from postpartum depression.We finally chose a name and officially changed her name after 4 months.It was easy to do by 12 months.Now four. next year, I’m so relieved we changed her name.”

Another user shared a similar experience, commenting: “I changed my son’s name when he was 6 months old. At birth I wanted a name, my ex wanted another name. so we ‘compromised’ and came up with a third name.My son was three months old when I left my abusive partner – it was a very difficult time.

“While talking to a friend, I mentioned how I wish my son had the name I wanted – she said I should ‘try on a name for the size’, so I started using the name. ‘mine’ and when it was six months old I changed” It’s legal. My son is now 23 years old, he really likes his name and it suits him perfectly. “

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