New study shows more than half of parents later regret child's name

Published On: Feb 21 2012 03:22:32 PM EST
Updated On: Feb 21 2012 03:22:52 PM EST

It's never easy to decide what to name your new baby, and a new study shows that many parents just aren't happy with their choice.

A new study by gugle.com shows that 54 percent of parents later regret the name they picked for their child. Another 49 percent of parents say the name they picked doesn't match the personality of their child.

More than 25 percent of parents say they don't like the name they picked because it has grown too popular.

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