WHETHER you stick with a traditional name or opt for something a little more unique, chances are someone will have something negative to say about your chosen baby name.
But one pregnant woman, who goes by the acronym @Mumlifewithebs, prendre à TIC Tac and told of her shock after her midwife mocked her baby’s name…right in front of her.
Alongside a short clip, elle a écrit: “To the midwife who went awkwardly quiet when I told her what my baby was called and then went and laughed about it to the woman in the bed next to me.”
Dans un second video, Ebs, who is from the UK, explained how the name she had settled on for her baby boy was ‘Bleu’ – pronounced just like the colour.
“Loads of people are asking why we changed the name because people thought he was called Arthur…that’s our fault,” dit-elle.
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“D'abord, when we found out he was a boy, we decided on the name Arthur…
We wanted a name because we were writing a card for my mum and dad and for Luke’s mum and dad.
“We wanted to write ‘Hi, my name is…’ and how much he weighed because that’s how we were telling them the gender of the baby.
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So at the time he was going to be called Arthur. But not long after, I decided that I didn’t really like it.”
“It’s a nice name but I wanted something a bit more unique – something that not many people are called.”
She went on to explain how she first saw the name Bleu on a baby app and felt the same way she did when she saw her daughter’s name, Beau.
“When I first see the name Bleu I thought, ‘that’s a bit of a weird name…that’s a bit silly,’ but then I couldn’t stop thinking about it.”
I fell in love with it and liked it a lot better than I did Arthur.”
When I first see the name Bleu I thought, ‘that’s a bit of a weird name…that’s a bit silly,’ but then I couldn’t stop thinking about it.
TikTok user @Mumlifewithebs
toutefois, it wasn’t long before the comments section was inundated with messages – with very mixed responses to the choice of name.
“I love the name bleu I think it’s unique. I called my now 11 week old Axel because like yourself I couldn’t stop thinking about it,” wrote one.
A second commented: “I think it’s actually quite nice but personally couldn’t spell it the French way because Bleu is pronounced Bleugh, but the name is lovely.”
entre-temps, a third penned: “I love the name Blue, but as someone with a misspelled name I can attest that he will have a lifetime of people spelling/saying it wrong.”
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