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"Suburgatory"'s Jeremy Sisto Doesn't Know What to Name His New Son!

Please, Jeremy, don't name your son New York Post.

Congratulations are in order for Suburgatory star Jeremy Sisto, who welcomed a baby boy last Friday.

But unlike fellow famous parents Jessica Simpson, Snooki and Jennifer Garner, who planned their children’s names well in advance of the birth, Jeremy and his wife Addie Lane haven’t yet picked a handle for their little guy!

Appearing on LIVE! With Kelly yesterday, the new dad confessed, “My wife is stressed about [naming the baby], but I’m hoping something magical happens…that makes me think, ‘Oh, well, of course this is supposed to be his name.’”

So what are they planning to do in the meantime?

Jeremy explains that they have to fill out the birth certificate tomorrow, and if they haven’t chosen a name by then, they’ll just put down “Baby Boy” and file an extension to give them more time to decide.

“I think we’re gonna be filing extensions for a while,” he says. “If naming babies is anything like doing homework, then for me it’ll take a while to name this kid.”

But before you go running to send the Sistos a baby-name book, just be aware that when it comes to monikers, they’re definitely out-of-the-box thinkers.

Their 2-year-old daughter is named Charlie-Ballerina.

(Before you start tsk-tsking, remember that there are lots of kids out there named after professions. Bet you know more than one Taylor, Cooper, Sawyer or Chandler in your neighborhood.)

So does anybody have some suggestions for a pair of indecisive new parents? They can’t wait forever; the boy isn’t going to want to enter pre-K still going by “L’il Monkey.”

[Photo: via PacificCoastNews.com]

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