Mom faces TikTok reaction to calling daughter Poot


A mother shared the fierce reaction she faces when calling her daughter Poot, with some critics calling him the “ugliest name ever”, and others saying the baby will be “bullied her whole life” for that.

Abbie Herbert, 25, welcomed a baby girl in May 2021, whom she named Poppy James. But when she started calling the newborn baby Poot, she started getting a lot of scathing remarks about the nickname.

The mother-of-one often shares videos of herself and the adorable little Poot on TikTok, and she has attracted over 10 million followers on the platform.

And while most of Abbie’s viewers seem to enjoy watching the mother-daughter duo and typically flood the comments section of their videos with positive responses, some of them have recently started to criticize her for her interesting choice of nickname.

A mother shared the fierce reaction she faces by calling her daughter Poot, with some enemies calling her “the ugliest name ever”

Abbie Herbert, 25, welcomed a baby girl in May 2021, whom she named Poppy.  But when she started calling the newborn Poot, she got a lot of scathing remarks about the nickname.

Abbie Herbert, 25, welcomed a baby girl in May 2021, whom she named Poppy. But when she started calling the newborn Poot, she got a lot of scathing remarks about the nickname.

The mother-of-one often shares videos of herself and the adorable little Poot on TikTok, and she has attracted over 10 million followers on the platform

The mother-of-one often shares videos of herself and the adorable little Poot on TikTok, and she has attracted over 10 million followers on the platform

According to Abbie, she started looking for a nickname for the baby after noticing that people didn’t like the name Poppy.

She said she decided to start calling baby Poot because she thought it was “cute” – but the nickname caused a stir among her supporters.

However, she doesn’t seem to mind the storm of negative comments she’s received about the name, and she recently posted a video of herself responding to people who aren’t fans.

In the clip, which quickly went viral – gaining over six million views in just three days – she stared at the camera with an annoyed look on her face, as some of the obnoxious messages scrolled across the screen.

According to Abbie, she decided to give her baby the nickname Poot because she thought it was

According to Abbie, she decided to give her baby the nickname Poot because she thought it was “cute,” but the nickname caused a stir among her followers.

She received comments such as

She received comments such as “She’s gonna be bullied her whole life”, “It sounds like a fart” and “Poot is the ugliest name ever”

She recently posted a video of herself responding to her enemies and she didn't seem to mind, claiming the name was

She recently posted a video of herself responding to her enemies and she didn’t seem bothered, claiming the name was “unique and special to her”.

“Why would you call him Poot?” ” a lecture. Another said, “Poot looks like a fart.

“She’s going to be bullied her whole life,” wrote a third person.

“Poot James is the ugliest name ever,” reads a final comment.

Then the video switched to a photo of the toddler, who is now seven months old, smiling and wearing a hoodie with the word “Poot” on it.

“Come on, little rock star,” Abbie wrote next to the photo.

“Her name is unique and special to us,” she added in the caption.

The video sparked a huge debate in the comments section, with many people disparaging the name.

The video sparked a huge debate in the comments section, with many people disparaging the name

The video sparked a huge debate in the comments section, with many people disparaging the name

Other people came to Abbie's defense, and some pointed out that Poot was not the baby's real name.

Other people came to Abbie’s defense, and some pointed out that Poot was not the baby’s real name.

“Poot is adorable for a baby, but when she gets older it would be a little weird,” one person wrote.

Another added: “She will be asking for a name change in high school.”

Someone else wrote, “I would die if my parents gave me that name.

“In the Philippines, Poot means ‘hate,’ one comment read.

Other people came to Abbie’s defense, and some pointed out that Poot was not the baby’s real name.

“What’s wrong with Poot?” One of Abbie’s supporters retaliated against enemies. “If mom wants to call her daughter Poot, then she can.”

‘Leave her alone. It’s her child, her choice, ”said another.

“I think it’s adorable and unique,” wrote a positive third respondent.


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