Growing up, many of us could say that our parents really didn't understand our interests.
And for a lot of millennials and members of Generation X, that often boiled down to the fact that we'd rather pursue our nerdier interests than play sports or engage in other activities we were "supposed" to do.
Yet it seems that enough people had that upbringing to let it change the culture around them. After all, there was a time that liking Star Wars, Harry Potter or Marvel superheroes used to get you made fun of and now they're all about as mainstream as it gets.
But while some parents might think they're righting a historic wrong by naming their kids "Khaleesi," one teen's story makes it clear that it's surprisingly easy for them to turn into what they disliked about their own parents.