I loved fried squid when I was pregnant so used it to name my daughter – people judge me but others think it’s cute | The Sun

A MUM who was obsessed with fried squid while pregnant paid tribute to the food to name her daughter.

Jennifer Lynn, who was a mum on the hit TV show Toddlers and Tiara's revealed the story behind her daughter's unique name.

Plenty of parents take inspiration from fictional characters or people in their lives.

But Jennifer decided to take things further, naming her daughter after her pregnancy craving.

In a clip on the show, the mum said: "I was addicted to calamari so I named her after the squid.

"Camarie, calamari."


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The clip of the mum explaining how she came up with the unusual moniker has been shared on the TikTok account, @stephanyrey.

Stephany penned: "Imagine naming your child after fried squid."

The video has since gone viral with over one million views and over 50k likes.

People were quick to take to the comments section of the clip to share their thoughts.

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Some couldn't believe the mum's choice while others decided the name was rather cute.

One person wrote: "If that was me and I grew up, I would personally fight my parents."

Another commented: "I don't get it when parents do this, like nice job on getting your kids despising you when they get older."

"Are you kidding me??? All the names in the world," penned a third.

Meanwhile, a fourth said: "Camarie is cute though."

"It's a really cute name though," claimed a fifth.

Someone else added: "Iremember this lol I thought it was cute."

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