Tattoo artist misspells child’s name, prompting parents to rename their kid

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People get tattoos for all kinds of different reasons, but getting the names of your children tastefully tattooed on your body has become a common trend as of late. Johanna Giselhäll Sandström, a 30-year-old mom from Sweden, decided to do just that, but when the artist had finally wrapped up his work she realized that they both had made a horrible mistake: Sandström's two-year-old son's name had been misspelled.

Her boy's name, Kevin, had been written as "Kelvin" in body ink, and there was nothing the mom or the regretful tattoo artist could do about it. He offered her a refund due to the error, but Sandström came up with a different plan. She legally changed her son's name to match the erroneous tattoo.

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