Woman Frustrated After in-Laws Choose Announce Her Baby’s Name Before She Chose One Herself

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A mom-to-be was left furious after her in-laws announced her baby’s name before she had even picked one.

Now, that must have been awkward. Read on to find out what happened…

And she didn’t hold back.

So, to warm you up, let’s take a look at some of the strangest baby names out there…

Friends star Courteney Cox’s baby sounds delicious!

Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin also went for a foody option.

You can’t expect Beyonce to do things by halves, right?

Busy Phillips took her inspiration from the animal kingdom instead.

Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz’s kid is so over Brooklyn …

Mariah Carey clearly wishes stardom on her kids!

Gwen Stefani thinks her baby is out of this world!

Cardi B totally went for it with her baby name!

Mike Myers clearly has a favorite day of the week!

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend also took inspo from outer space!

Kourtney Kardashian went for a regal theme.

We literally can’t choose the weirdest of Kimye’s baby names.

Kylie Jenner’s kid did give us one of the most iconic memes of the year, though.

Well, you didn’t expect Diplo to go for a conventional name, did you?

Kate Winslet clearly wanted a baby to cuddle with.

George Lucas went for a pretty epic-sounding name.

Madonna played into her own offbeat name with her daughter’s.

Toni Braxton paid tribute to everyone’s favorite pants material.

Yep, Usher’s son is also called Usher. Good lord.

Rob Kardashian & Blac Chyna’s baby is certainly dreamier than their current relationship status.

Jason Bateman is clearly a big syrup fan.

Erykah Badu was obviously never going to go for a common name.

Was Josh Holloway tired when he came up with this one?

Fergie is a huge ice-skating fan.

Geri Halliwell (aka Ginger Spice) took the floral name theme to the next level.

Is Alicia Keyes a British prog-rock fan?

Dusty? Are you sure, Adam Levine?

Nicole Richie went for the least glamorous of birds.

Hey, at least David Duchovny went for something accurate.

Michael Jackon’s very offbeat choice here.

Spike Lee went with a more practical name.

Khloe Kardashian and Tristan Thompson’s baby name is kind of sadly ironic.

Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes plumped for one of the lesser-known Disney princesses.

Jessica Simpson clearly thought her kid was a winner.

Sam Worthington went more “out of this world” with his choice.

Jena Malone is clearly a poetry and nature fan.

Holly Madison’s choice is very kitschy – and colorful.

We hate to admit we find Zooey Deschanel’s choice kind of cute.

Really not sure what Jason Lee was going for here.

Miranda Kerr feeling all romantic …

A pretty cute name for Liv Tyler’s offspring.

Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen are obviously fans of Sleeping Beauty.

Kelly Rowland opted for something altogether more violent.

Pink opted for another “natural” name …

Was David and Victoria Beckham’s kid named after the place he was conceived?

Nicholas Cage paid tribute to his love for Superman by giving his kid Clark Kent’s Kryptonite name.

Bob Geldof actually went off-piste with all his kids’ names – from Fifi Trixabelle to Pixie.

Oasis singer Liam Gallagher paid tribute to John when naming his son.

Hilary Duff wanted to get fiscal with her baby name.

Richard Gere was apparently inspired by a family name – but we know your mind just goes to the Simpsons…

Adam Sandler’s baby name brings positivity – or at least, he hopes so!

Let’s get onto why one mom to be is furious with her in-laws.

“My spouse and I are expecting a child in early spring. This is particularly joyous, as we struggled with infertility for many years,” the unnamed woman wrote on Slate.

“My in-laws included our unborn little one in the obituary—and they also included a name. The problem is that we haven’t named our little one.”

“The name they wrote is indeed a contender on the middle name list (although this has really soured me on the name altogether).”

“This also rubs me the wrong way because we have been really open with the family that we are strongly considering giving the baby a name from my (non-English) first language.”

“I doubt this was meant to strong-arm us into a name, and more a strange reaction to grief, but the entitlement still irks me.”

“How should I respond to this? So far the response has been none, so as to be sensitive to the loss. In the coming months, however, do I laugh it off with a ‘That’s one way to vote on your favorite name,’ or would a direct response be more appropriate?” Yikes. What would you do in this situation? For more baby blunders, scroll on for the mom who accidentally named her twins after TV characters…