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Woman asks if she was wrong for saying cousin's baby name is 'problematic.'

Woman asks if she was wrong for saying cousin's baby name is 'problematic.'

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They say you should never comment on someone else's baby name — but is there ever a time when an exception should be made?

One woman thinks so, and she's posted on Reddit asking for advice about a cousin who wants to name her baby something that sounds very close to "molester." Yikes.

The woman specifies that her cousin wants to name the baby after a few relatives:

Hi! I (21F) have a married cousin, 'Cass' (30F) who has always been sort of holier-than-thou in our family just because she is the oldest, rather successful and first to settle down. She is pregnant with her first child, a son, and has announced the name. Both are family names, and the middle actually is after our grandfather. The name would be perfectly fine if it wasn't for the surname.

And the baby's dad wants to call him "Mo":

The initials of the name is M.O (ie if the name is Matthew Owen) and her surname is Leicester (pronounced 'Lester'). Her husband commented 'can't wait for our little mo to come!' He likes the initials Mo as he is an avid runner and admires Mo Farah.

Sources: Reddit
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