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An Australian couple’s decision to get their daughter a last name that is a mashup of both of their last names, and the sharing of the Internet connection.

Rather than opting for the traditional family’s last name or a hyphenated name, Courtney Cassar, 31, and Laura Sheldon, 29, took a unique approach to the creation of a totally new name for Lyla to Pick on, who will be born in October this year.

The name they came up with was, “Casseldon,” which combines the beginning of the “Cassar” and at the end of “Berkeley.”

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“I’m in love with the idea and our daughter is a part of both of us,” Cassar told The Daily Telegraph. “With the dashes, I think that a lot of children in the long run the choice of a name for it, because it’s easier to do. We played with a few of the last names and found one that we like, and sounds like a last name.”

After Cassar, and Sheldon, to announce their daughter’s last name, and the number of their followers, praised the couple’s creativity.

“It’s very, very smart.. I hope in the last name, ‘pitch’ begins,” one Instagram user commented.

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An Australian couple’s decision to get their daughter a last name that is a mashup of both of their last names, and the sharing of the Internet connection. (Photo: iStock)

“Love the combination of the two names. You went out of the box. Sweet,” another person wrote.

Others, however, were less impressed with the couple, he said.

The new parents are said by some people, including friends and family, were critical in their name, and even question marks over the legality.

“Why is that? Kind of ridiculous, actually,” one person wrote, according to the News.com.au.

“This is the” peak stupid,” another man commented.

Despite some of the negative comments, Cassar, and Sheldon have been taking on the revival of interest in their new baby’s name in the running and a good sense of humor.

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In another Instagram post, and Sheldon shared a newspaper article about the family.

“Lyla, Jill, is now a well-known, and has been telling me to have a conversation with her agent,” she captioned. “All right.”

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