So I just came back from visiting with my fiances mom, dad, and sis. His mom told us months and months ago that she was going to chose a unique name for "grandma" in a different language since our baby will have two grandmas. So I find out tonight that the "unique" name she chose was "moma" (moh-mah) whish I guess is gaelic. To me it sounds a lot like "momma" and I hate it. A young child wont be able to distinguish "moma" from "momma" for many years so I'm going to have to listen to my baby call his grandma "momma"!?!?! I tried talking to my fiance about it but he got all defensive like I was insulting his mom? I dunno, am I overreacting?