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The Independent reports: Naming your baby can be a stressful process, but one father-to-be has taken a back seat - by asking the internet to choose his baby's name for him.

Stephen McLaughlin, a software developer from Canada, decided with his wife to allow users to help suggest names for their daughter, who is due to be born on 2 April.

He set up the website - NameMyDaughter.com - so that users could log in and vote for whichever first name or middle name they wanted his daughter to be named after, and the response has been overwhelming, with the website already attracting over 36,000 votes so far.

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