These days, more parents are choosing—or at least considering—the nontraditional route when it comes to picking names for their children.
“Every parent wants their child to be unique, special or distinctive,” said Vicki Panaccione, a licensed psychologist in Melbourne. “One way to do that is with a name.”
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