Whether an unscientific Babycenter survey result of 10% is surprisingly low or surprisingly high only you can say.
Of the three sets of parents mentioned in the article, only two actually went through with it; the third pair just conferred with their daughter Sophie, and now she goes by Isadora [heading off a preschool designation as Sophie #5 or something.]
It all sounds like a good argument for giving the kid three or four names to start with, then let him pick and choose as he needs to.
Baby-name remorse -- what do you do? [cnn via dt reader rolf]