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illegal baby names

Each country sites child welfare as the reason behind their strict baby naming legislation.
Names in Massachusetts must be a max of 40 characters for no other reason than the limitations of their administrative software.
The judges ruled that the name might bring harm to the child in the future.
In Canada, we have the freedom to name our kids just about anything, from Jaxson to Maple to even something like Snow! But
Parents in the Mexican state of Sonora can no longer call their babies Lady Di, Circumcision or Rolling Stone. A new law
In the quest to give your child an original baby name, take Nutella and Strawberry off your list. A couple in France decided