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Who's More Dominant Giving Baby Name?
Named the baby's name is tricky for parents. His father and mother sometimes had an argument with each other to name the new baby. Who is ultimately more likely to name the baby?
Naturally, most would say the mother. However, there are many fathers that are just as involved as the mother in all aspects of the baby's welfare, from diaper changing to choosing the paint for the nursery. In my case, I named my two daughters. My husband named my son two years before his birth! That's an involved father!
Usually, I would think the father just mostly goes along with what the mother wants, unless he feels strongly about a particular name.
that was the case when my parents named me. My Dad insisted on a particular name, which is somewhat unusual to begin with, my mom resisted, my Dad insisted......so my mom, intentionally altered the spelling.
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