Picking a name for your baby comes with all sorts of pressures.
Not only have you got to find something that you and your other half both like, but youâ€™ve got to both like it for the rest of your little oneâ€™s life.
The problem is that baby name regret is an actual thing.
And thatâ€™s exactly what has happened to one mum who went online to ask for some advice after falling out of love with her daughterâ€™s name.
The mum, whose daughter is now three, explained that she was regretting naming her Evelyn after a series of negative comments about it.
â€œI know people are going to say not to worry but itâ€™s something that I think about regularly,â€ the mum started her post onÂ Mumsnet.
She went on to say that her name is never shortened to Evie and it was picked for sentimental reasons.
â€œWhen we named her I had never been on a site like this and having never met another little Evelyn I didnâ€™t know it was popular (still havenâ€™t met another one in our area!) however I get really sad that it is pretty much always called boring or horrible on this site,â€ she explained.Â
â€œI very rarely see anything positive about it and it makes me regret not calling her Eliza.â€
The soon-to-be mum-of-two finished her post by saying sheâ€™s not sure how to learn to love her daughterâ€™s name again and asking if anyone has been in a similar situation with their own childâ€™s name.
Boring or beautiful?
And people were quick to respond to the mumâ€™s emotional admission, with many telling the mum it was a lovely name.
â€œEvelyn is a gorgeous name! Honestly. Beautiful. Ignore the haters!â€ one user wrote.Â
â€œIgnore the comments,â€ another commented. â€œEvelyn is a beautiful name and Iâ€™ve also not met anyone under nine with that name! You loved the name once and will you again, just ignore the opinions of people who donâ€™t matter to you on here!!â€
â€œI think itâ€™s a beautiful name!â€ agreed another mum. â€œYou canâ€™t please all the people all the time- and you shouldnâ€™t have 2! You picked her name for your own reasons so who gives a toss what other people think.â€
Other parents stepped in to share similar stories of their own baby name bashing.
â€œThere was a thread on here about DDs name recently as well and it was universally voted down as too common with most people being â€œover itâ€,â€ one woman shared.Â
â€œI still love it and so does dd (12). Donâ€™t worry about anyone else she will grow into it and you wonâ€™t be able to imagine her being called anything else.â€
â€œI often see my DDâ€™s name come up on here as â€˜awfulâ€™ or â€˜oldladyishâ€™ or some such nonsense,â€ another user wrote.Â
â€œI think it is a beautiful name that is why I chose it â€“ I donâ€™t give a monkeyâ€™s what anyone else thinks.â€
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Other people pointed out that with baby names youâ€™re never going to please everyone.
â€œI guarantee if every person here started a thread about their own name it would get a variety of responses: classic, boring, dull, beautiful, ok, hideous, lovely, reminds me of someone who picked her nose and ate it in primary school.
â€œNo name is universally like and that is fine! Evelyn is a perfectly nice name and you need to stop worrying about what people on the Internet say about it. She is three years old this is her name for life. In the nicest and most supportive way possible, get over it!â€
Evelyn isnâ€™t the only divisive baby name. Awesome, Lucifer and Nun are among the more unusual baby names chosen by Scottish parents last year.
While earlier this year, a mother opened up about her decision to name her child â€œBabyâ€.
Meanwhile aÂ man sparked a debate online, after he revealed that his girlfriend wants to name their baby after her ex-boyfriend.
And aÂ mum-to-be cancelled her upcoming baby shower after family and friends questioned her choice of name for her unborn child;Â Squire Sebastian Senator.
While Squire Sebastian Senator is certainly an unusual name choice, another mother recently got criticised for naming her daughter Abcde.