First off, I know I'm a little late to the party -- I'm the mother of a 4-year-old. Whose middle name just so happens to be Rachel.
Add that to my list of excuses for reading the article a week after it hit the Web. With a list of conquests as long as his putter, chances are most moms in America are experiencing a bit of "baby name dirtied by Tiger" association.
I can't imagine many Dads are yelling "go get 'em Tiger these days either."
But Rachel, oh Rachel.
It was my husband's choice, actually. Our agreement was to split the names -- he chose the boy's first name, I chose the middle, and we switched for the girl.
So she's Jillian (my choice) Rachel (his). Turns out Rachel even has a familial connotation for me -- although I found out after the birth, so I couldn't milk it for anything good.
I was happy to keep it as a middle name because, as the Baby Name Finder shows, it is fairly popular -- 37th among CafeMoms, 75th in the nation.
No wonder my kid shares a name with a woman vying for Heidi Fleiss-like fame for her sexual proclivities. Of course, the name means "lamb," a perfect conquest for a Tiger.
Did your kid's name end up on the Tiger list?