After watching your interview on This Morning regarding children's names, I was completely outraged; like most of the sane population. I could call you all the vile names that spring to my mind but I won't. That gives you all the satisfaction you are looking for and clearly lacking elsewhere in your life.
Instead I will tell you why you are a fantastic example of all that is wrong with society.
My son is called Tyler. He is two and a half years old. I am a relatively young mother at 24, but I grew up with a fantastic education in what I would deem a very good home. I did not want for anything and I was taught classic morals and values which I intend to pass on to my son. I have a degree and have started my own business. Not bad for the scum you believe to be associated with the name Tyler.
Tyler is a wonderfully pleasant and intelligent child in many ways. However, Tyler is believed to be autistic. This means that he learns some things differently from other children and when he gets confused or frustrated he can take a meltdown. A meltdown can involve crying, screaming, tensing, thrashing, kicking or any number of behaviours. This is not because he is a bad child or poorly brought up or because of what he is called. It's because he sees the world differently to the vast majority of society and can't communicate the same way we do.
And here lies the problem with people like you Katie. You would see Tyler take a meltdown or act a bit strange and you would judge. You would sigh, roll your eyes and pass judgement on my child without taking a moment to even try to understand. It is this judgement that makes my son's life much harder than it needs to be. It's that judgement that makes mothers of autistic children dread leaving their homes. What is even more disgusting about you is that you wouldn't immediately be judging him on his behaviour, it would be on his name.
I do not know what chip you have on your shoulder that makes you believe you have the right to judge anyone or whether it is just your way of making money. Either way, it is this judgement that holds our society back and makes people's lives extremely difficult. So next time you judge a child, ask yourself is there an underlying reason for that behaviour. Because karma is a terrible thing Katie and I'd say your precious Poppy or India will have plenty of issues with a judgemental mother like you oppressing their views and opinions because of your own narrow-mindedness. And because of you I would say your children are going to be judged a lot more harshly than any Tyler, Tyla or Chardonnay in their class.