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Expectant Mom Wins $5K and a Chance For a Stranger to Name Her Baby

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A mom in Los Angeles is not stressing over what name to give her upcoming baby because she is letting complete stangers do it for her for five thousand bucks.  

After winning a contest on a website called BabyBallot , which expecting parents can use to get baby name suggestions from family members, KTLA-TV reported that 26-year-old Natasha Hill won five grand, and the chance for a stranger to decide the baby’s name for her.

Users all over the world can choose one girl and one boy name, and the name that gets the most votes will be the name of her baby which is due in September.

Voting on the name will end March 22.

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