My son has a unique name – trolls hound me over it but you won’t see me cry, I want similar for our next baby | The Sun

A PODCAST producer has been hounded by trolls over her son's unique name.

But you won't see this mom crying over their jibes because she loves it and wants something similar for her next baby.

It is an unusual moniker and it has drawn comment.

But her position on it will not be shaken because as far as she is concerned it's here to stay.

Jamie Lisa (@justjayli) is made of sterner stuff.

This professional lady has 151,000 followers and 3.9 million likes.

She has grown used to the attention her cherubic baby's name brings.

“What’s your son’s name?" she is asked ad infinitum.

In her post, she revealed his name to be “Rokit.”

But she had a really cute endearment for her little man, who was wearing a Pluto rompersuit: “His nickname is Kit."

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Nonetheless, she's had to endure some bizarre comments.

“Is it because he rocketed out of you?" was one such reaction.

Her response was to the point: “No because we liked it."

Others don't even want to use his birth name: “Can we call him Rocky?"

She posed a challenge for her followers, however: “What shall we call our next baby if we have one?"

Commenters were kind and had fun, with many running with the space theme.

“Katnis, then you have Kit and Kat," was a clever idea from one person.

Another suggested this: “Space and Rockit.”

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“Star," seemed a good choice to this fan.

Some saw no problem with Rokit: “Love this name, so cute."

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