I'm a mum-of-seven & hated my girl's name – I changed it but never told her, she found out on her first day at school | The Sun

CHOOSING a name for your baby is one of the most difficult decisions any parent has to make.

So it's important to get it right.

But one mum-of-seven has told how she instantly regretted calling her daughter 'Reese' after putting it on her birth certificate, so decided to change it to 'Storie'.

It wasn't until 'Storie' arrived on her first day of school, that she found out that the name she had been responding to wasn't her 'real' name.

Tiffany Ivanovsky took to TikTok and shared a video in response to another social media user who asked: "Serious question for parents – do you ever regret what you named your kid?"

She replied: "So yes, we did.


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"We had seven children so you'd think we would've gotten this right after a while but our fifth child, we couldn't come up with a name – like we didn't have time to do that!

"We wrote down a name on her birth certificate after two weeks because we had to, we put Reese down but it didn't look like her, it didn't fit.

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"So we've actually never ever even called her that, she didn't even know that was her name."

Tiffany went on to reveal that her daughter's name is actually 'Storie.'

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She continued: "In fact, it was so bad that I dropped her off at school in kindergarten for her first day, got to the car and realised she didn't know what her name was.

So I had to run back into the school, grab her in the classroom and say :'Storie, Storie! They're going to say 'Reese' – that's you! Just tell them you go by 'Storie.'

She didn't even know what her real name was. So regretted that one!"

Tiffany captioned the post: "Reese = Storie! Love all my kids names!"

The post has since racked up a whopping 43,000 views and been flooded with comments from social media users.

"My younger brother's name is Cletus and he didn’t know that was his name until 1st grade after being marked absent for almost 2 weeks," wrote one.

A second joked: "My cousin was called baby for 5 months. She had many many many names but after a day or 2 it went back to baby. She has a name now and is in college."

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A third commented: "My daughter's nickname is Sassy – that’s how she introduces herself. I just tell people it’s her warning label!"

Another added: "This happened to me. But I got to second grade before I knew my real name. I my parents used my middle name."

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