A Grieving Family Is Mad at a Pregnant Woman’s Potential Baby Name Choice & Reddit Says It's Understandable

For a lot of families, choosing a baby name has a lot to do with family history. There’s the tradition of naming someone after their parent and tacking a “Jr.” on the end (and the III, and so on), and there’s using the same first initial for everyone (Hey, Rihanna, A$AP Rocky, RZA, and Riot Rose!), and there’s the practice of choosing a baby name that honors a loved one — whether they are still living or are no longer with us.

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