A newly-launched unique gift website that allows parents to purchase a domain for their child’s name, http://www.YourBabyDomainName.com, has conducted a study of 1,271 parents across the UK, in a bid to investigate the thought processes undertaken when deciding on a child’s name.
The study, conducted by http://www.YourBabyDomainName.com, initially asked the respondents if they felt regretful about the first name/s that they had chosen for their child/children;
The 8% of respondents who admitted to feeling ‘regretful’
The respondents to the study by http://www.YourBabyDomainName.com were also asked how long it took them to choose their child/children’
In addition to this, one respondent taking part in the study claimed that it had taken them ‘over three months’ to choose a name for their child.
Wayne Bloore, Managing Director at http://www.YourBabyDomainName.com, said the following:
“This was extremely interesting research to conduct, as it allowed us to investigate the importance that a child’s name holds with parents. It is a relief to see that the amount of parents that do feel regretful isn’t too large, although having said that, it is sad that there are some parents who feel that the names they gave to their children are now common and perhaps don’t hold such a special meaning.”
“The aim of our website is to allow children to own their name online, not only to create a website dedicated to them for parents to share with friends and family; but for the child to use for whatever they wish when they grow up. We hope that this will allow parents and children to feel a sense of pride in their name; after all, the world is moving online and this website is a great modern take on the traditional baby-book.”
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