So pop star Pink plans to name her baby Jameson -- after her favorite whiskey -- and that has the New York Post wondering whether the poor child will be scarred for life. (Compared to "Moon Unit," "Jameson" sounds A-OK.)
One expert says that anything that makes a child different will be bully fodder, while another thinks it's not a big deal:
"A name is part of who they are and it becomes something they accept and work around," she says. "As long as there is a good nurturing household and a sense of acceptance and love, kids will do just fine."
Seems like just another example of how comfortable we feel questioning other parents' choices.