Monday, June 4, 2018

Re-naming the Baby -

It's officical... 

March has been declared National Baby Re-naming Month by the U.S. Department of Records, according to Director Oblivia Barnes.

"Many new parents give their innocent children bad baby names," explained Barnes. "By the time they realize Reebeckah, Bronko, or Sparkle, isn't working, parents find it hard to admit how stupid they were." 

Baby Re-naming Month offers remorseful parents a socially-acceptable bridge back to sanity. For many moms and dads, it's a chance to save their children from a lifetime of spelling, pronouncing, or explaining their bad names for every person they ever meet. 

The re-naming process will be streamlined for babies born during the past fiscal year. All fees will be waived. Extra staff will be on duty and they promise not to laugh, snicker, snort, or grimace at anyone's bad baby name.