My uncle wanted to name his daughter Raider God. I’m glad they settled on Jada. —keikei94
Working as an ERT on overnights, I got called to OB to help out alot. One name will always stick with me because of how unfortunate it is for the kid and how ridiculous it all is.
The mom was deep in meth and other substance abuse and she told us she wanted him named Zion. We were like oh cool no problem so we asked her to fill out the paperwork of everything for us to submit and put in the chart and she wrote down Vzyiion…..she looked us dead in the eyes and said, the V is silent….. She also gave him 5 middle names because she didn’t know which one was the father so he got em all…. —Athuny
My ex wanted to name my son Jager (pronounced either Jagger or Yager) or Shotenjäger. That was a no. —tywy06
Not a midwife but lived with a student midwife when I was a student. The first set of twins she delivered got called “Red” and “Blue”
When I worked in a boring admin job dealing with applications from members of the public I came across “Jessica Rabbit”, saw her passport and everything. I just hope she chose that later in life rather than parents landing her with it.
The worst ones I saw in that job were combinations made by women getting married and taking their husbands surnames so can’t really be blamed on the parents. —Flaky_Walrus_668
A baby here is named Covid Bryant… not even kidding. Look it up. —mesiolabio