Choosing a baby name can be a lot of pressure for the parents of a new bundle of joy, so a boutique company is offering to made the decision for you-- for a price.
Macaire Douglas and Cara Sullivan run a name consulting service called Future Perfect. "There are tons of sites where you can browse through hundreds of baby names, but there aren’t really any services that streamline the naming process," Sullivan explains to PEOPLE.
"We make it low-stress but also keep it super, super personal," she adds. "We want to give you a bunch of options so you still feel like you're naming your child."
Those options include the introductory package called "The Riff," and the elite option known as "The Works."
The Riff will set you back $100: for that, you get a 15-minute phone consultation, a questionnaire, and a list of 10 name ideas.
The Works costs $350, and for that premium price, you get a 15-minute phone consultation, 10 first names and 10 middle names and, the magazine notes, "the reason for choosing them," as well as a customized baby gift and "on-demand follow-up calls."
In case you want to get away cheap, you can always steal the founders' own unique baby names: Douglas' two boys are named Eyan and Jude, while Sullivan has two girls named Reeve and Vaughn, according to People.
And by the way, if Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan had asked, Douglas and Sullivan would have recommended the name Dashiell James for the new royal baby. The royal couple, of course, went with Archie Harrison.