We named our baby after a fart – people shame us but we dont care

Many parents may squabble when it comes to deciding what to name their baby, but one couple confessed they were inspired in quite a unique way.

They named their little one after a fart – and they intend to do the same when it comes to naming their second child.

But since fessing up Abbie Herbert, 25, and her husband Josh, 32, have been slammed for the unusual name of their one-year-old daughter.

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According to The Sun US, the little one's legal name is Poppy but the Herbert family – together with their 14.5million TikTok followers – call the baby Poot.

But the decision hasn't gone down well with everyone, with one person claiming: "You're naming kids, not babies.

"Think of when these kids are in middle school."

Another asked: "Why didn't you give her a nice name?"

Even though the couple have faced some criticism, the Herberts' said they hope to continue the theme.

They are now expecting a baby boy, and they've already chosen a name for the little one.

Even though they joked saying they are doing to grant him another fart-inspired name, they told their followers they also plan to call him JJ.

Abbie wrote in a video: "We have been getting hate for naming our daughter Poot.

"They have no idea we plan on naming baby number two Tooty Herbert."

When the couple made the announcement, people were quick to criticise in the comments.

"When they grow up people will make fun of them," one viewer wrote.

Another added: "When they grow up? You mean already."

Meanwhile, a third chirped in: "Tooty legit means quiet fart."

Abbie and Josh also said in the past they hope to have eight children, so some people have suggested they could try a rhyming scheme.

One person said they should name them "Poot Toot Root and Scoot", while another said if they ever have twins they can call them "Tutti and Frutti".

Fortunately for the couple they don't seem to be offended by the criticism, and admit that even their families comment on the name sometimes.

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