Illegal Names You Can’t Name Your Baby In Idaho
Sorry, but you can't name your baby that!
Ah, baby names. The perplexing puzzle that parents tackle with the quest to outdo the neighbors and leave an unforgettable legacy. Some parents dive headfirst into the pool of quirkiness, creating monikers that leave the world both amused and befuddled. I don't have children, and I can't imagine the overwhelming feeling of naming a child. I can tell you that I could probably do a better job than a lot of parent who go off the rails when it comes to naming their child.
Consider the case of "Banana Hammock." Yes, you heard that right. One daring couple thought it genius to name their child after a questionable swimwear choice. Little Banana Hammock will undoubtedly grow up with an affinity for tropical fruits and a questionable fashion sense.
Idaho is the land of stunning landscapes, endless potato fields, and a liking for peculiar names. You might think naming your child would be as easy as picking a potato from the ground, but it's more complicated. You can legally name your child "Spud," but let's be honest, it's probably not a great idea. "Potato Johnson" and "Tater Tot Smith" are also probably great names that you should avoid, but hey, it's your kid.
Illegal Names You Can't Name Your Baby In Idaho
According to The Bump in Idaho, "Only letters are allowed. Special characters such as asterisks are banned."
People in the U.S. aren't the only ones restricted to baby names. Around the world, people have tried to name their children that might not be appropriate for that particular country. It's hard to believe people have even tried to name their child these names.