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Woman Doesn’t Use Baby Name Her Mother In Law Wanted, Gets Called Rude And Selfish

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Bringing a new life into the world is a journey filled with excitement, emotions, and choices. One such choice, often laden with personal and familial sentiments, is selecting the perfect name for your bundle of joy. In a Reddit post, a young couple faces a dilemma that strikes at the heart of family dynamics and personal connections. Let’s dive into the story and explore the complexities of naming a child while considering both personal preferences and family history.

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Two years of love and companionship had brought a young couple closer than ever before. Despite not initially wanting children, news of their impending parenthood brought about a change in perspective. With excitement and trepidation, they embarked on a journey of anticipation and planning.

Amid the preparations, the couple decided to keep the gender of their baby a secret until birth. This decision was met with both curiosity and enthusiasm from friends and family, including the boyfriend’s mother.

Keep on scrolling down to read the full story in OP’s own words and we will see you at the end of the article.

1. Is OP an A-hole for not using the baby name her future mother-in-law picked for her unborn child?

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2. OP and her boyfriend have been together for 2 years they received news a few months that they’re expecting.

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3. They found out not that long ago that they were expecting a girl and OP’s boyfriend’s mother always wanted a granddaughter

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4. OP and her boyfriend one evening went out to dinner with OP’s boyfriend’s parents and the discussion of baby names came up

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5. OP’s mother kept asking what the gender was to be able to decide a name

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6. OP tells us that OP’s boyfriend’s mother was pregnant around 18 years ago and lost the baby during childbirth the baby would’ve been a girl and she was going to be named McKenna

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7. The boyfriend’s mother insisted that OP was being rude and selfish

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8. OP’s boyfriend insisted that this idea was ridiculous

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9. So is OP an A-hole? Let us know down below in the comments!

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10. This Redditor strongly encouraged OP to not use the name McKenna or the boyfriend’s mother is going to turn OP’s daughter into her lost child

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11. This Redditor told OP to not even let her in the delivery rooms

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12. This Redditor asked OP to ask her mother-in-law this question

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13. Exactly mother in law needs to be reminded that this is not her child

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14. This Redditor basically advised OP to not tell her anything about her pregnancy

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15. Exactly that is not an appropriate request

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16. This Redditor told OP to not reward her poor behavior

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17. Exactly she has zero rights when it comes to OP’s and her boyfriend’s baby

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18. This Redditor thinks that OP is an A-hole and here is why

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19. “Your baby. Your naming decision.”

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20. This Redditor says that this entire post screams immaturity and here’s why

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