When a couple is about to have a child, they can sometimes find that someone else in their family has put as much thought into what their kid should be named as they have.
For instance, there are three cousins named Maria in my family purely because that's what my great-grandmother of the same name demanded. Although she might have regretted this decision in my mom's case since she apparently ended up bearing some facial resemblance to this woman's sworn enemy.
But while some may be insistent on what a baby's name should be, others will find themselves fighting hard against a name that's already been chosen.
And as we can see in the case of one unfortunate couple, it turns out that it's possible to get both problems at once from a relative.