What's in a name?: Parents’ choice helps child form identity, learn language
Fargo -- Fauntel Deshayes has never found her name in a baby name book, and she’s used to being called “Mr. Fauntel” or “Shantelle.”
Most of the time, the 32-year-old doesn’t correct people, preferring to laugh it off.
“It takes more energy to have to correct them,” she says. “It’s kind of funny to me.”
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