• December 4, 2022

They Are Begging Her To Change Her Baby’s Name But She Has Told Them NO WAY!

This story comes from Davon, England. Josie King a 27-year-old mother of two received a lot of backlashes and trolling from people when she named her baby boy “Lucifer.”

According to the mother, the name isn’t based on religion but on the Latin meaning of the word – which means “the bearer of light.”

She calls her baby boy a “miracle baby” because he was a successful birth after she lost ten children. Josie also suffers from Hemiplegia, a form of paralysis of one or more parts of the body.

Josie went on the Jeremy Vine TV show to take part in their unique baby names discussion – where she spoke up about how she was treated when she decided to name her baby boy. People told her she was naming her son after the devil and so forth.

Here’s what Josie said:

“The Devil is not the meaning of my son’s name.”

“I’ve been called ‘an atheist’ – I didn’t even know what an atheist was till last night. Everyone has their own beliefs.”

“When it comes to religion and real life, they are very different things – one is actual living and the other is in a book.”

While talking about how this baby was a miracle baby, Josie described her medical condition:

“I was diagnosed with hemiplegia in September, then found out I was pregnant with Lucifer in October.

“So the pregnancy alone was stressful.

“I looked at thousands of baby names and it wasn’t a decision I made lightly because I knew it was the last child I could ever have.

“I had Lucifer six years since the birth of my first daughter because during that time I lost ten children.

“I never thought I would be given the chance to have a second child.

“I assumed I was having a girl so I picked a girl’s name because we are a very female-dominated family.

“I was going to call her Narnia, but then I found out I was having a boy.

“I like the names I like, it may not be right for other people.

“When I chose his name I knew people wouldn’t like it but it’s not up to them.”

“I think it’s really bad where a seven-month-old baby gets criticised and bullied because of a name.

“That is when we need to remember that society is the problem, not our personal choices.

“A name doesn’t change you being a mother.

“I had a couple of family members saying ‘”You can’t call him that”, but I said, “I’m not religious so it doesn’t stand for what other people think it stands for”.

“But my dad knows what I’m like and that I like to be unique so he said, ‘That seems like you.“

More details from AWM:

Nevertheless, people were furious with King for choosing the name Lucifer because most people would link the child’s name to the existence of the devil.

“I have was diagnosed with hemiplegia in September, then found out I was pregnant with Lucifer in October,” King said. “So the pregnancy alone was stressful. I looked at thousands of baby names, and it wasn’t a decision I made lightly because I knew it was the last child I could ever have. I had Lucifer six years since the birth of my first daughter because during that time. I lost ten children.”

King added, “I never thought I would be given a chance to have a second child. I assumed I was having a girl, so I picked a girl’s name because we are a very female-dominated family. I was going to call her Narnia, but then I found out I was having a boy. I like the names I like. It may not be right for other people. When I chose his name, I knew people wouldn’t like it, but it’s not up to them.”

Source: AWM

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