- New mother Chloe Howard posted about her upset on her Facebook page
- Had already registered her daughter’s name but another woman had ‘copied’ it
- It shared on Twitter which showed Chloe’s exchange with another friend
- She complained: ‘If half the people picked the name I wouldn’t care, but this particular person nope can’t deal with’
A new mother at the end of her tether has begged for help changing her daughter’s name which she has already legally registered.
Chloe Howard, explained in an exchange on her Facebook how angry she was that a fellow mum who had been in the hospital at the same time had ‘copied’ her choice of moniker.
While it’s not mentioned what the name is, Chloe was livid saying she didn’t want her child to share a name with the woman who she deemed ‘trampy’.
The furious mother even revealed she had stopped calling her child by her name until she could think of a replacement.
A new mother admitted she wanted to change her newborn daughter’s name after discovering another woman had ‘copied’ it
Chloe Howard asked whether she could change her daughter’s name despite already registering her Facebook page
Chloe’s post, which was shared by Twitter meme account Jack Skellington, posed the question: ‘Anyone know if I can change my babies name once even tho I’ve already registered it [sic]?’
While one person was quick to respond with the answer that she could until her first birthday, others were more concerned with the reason behind her sudden change of heart.
Chloe fumed that a person had failed to be original and chosen the same name as her.
As her Facebook friends tried to placate her and reassure her that children often shared popular names, Chloe wasn’t having any of it.
Chloe fumed in an exchange with her Facebook friends that another woman had given her child the same name. Despite reassurance from her friends she revealed she had stopped using her daughter’s given name until she could ‘figure out’ another
‘Oh I knew someone would however I’ve seen this b**** in the f****** hospital bare [a lot of] times when I was pregnant and I can’t have my baby having a trampy name.’
She added in response to her friend who said she nearly picked the same: ‘On no see if you’d picked it I wouldn’t care, if half the people picked it I wouldn’t care but this particular person nope I can’t deal with.’
When another friend called Kayleigh said to her she should keep it because it was ‘her name for her gorgeous little girl’, Chloe refused.
‘I can’t Kayleigh, I’ve fully stopped calling her name till[sic] I figure out new one.’