Bristol Palin Shares Proof She Chose Baby Name Before Kristin Cavallari

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Bristol Palin and Kristin Cavallari have apparently both chosen the same name for their baby girls, and Palin shared a photo of some monogrammed baby items to prove she'd chosen it before Cavallari made it public.

Palin posted the photo on Instagram, saying, "I do love her name...Still naming my baby girl Sailor!"

Cavallari has already given birth, and Palin isn't due until December. The names aren't spelled the same, but Palin pointed out what a weird coincidence it is that they chose the same unique name.

Palin made headlines earlier this year when she blasted President Obama for renaming Alaska's Mt. McKinley--restoring its original Native American name, Denali during a trip to the state on a mission to discuss climate change--instead of focusing on what she deemed more important issues.

“The President should be worrying about the radical jihadists ISIS who are gaining land and power everyday as they enslave, rape, and murder their way through the Middle East. But instead he worries about renaming a mountain," Bristol wrote. “By the way, no one is buying the ‘Denali is what the Alaskans have called it for years’ line. I’ve never called the mountain Denali, and neither does anyone I know…It’s Mt. Mckinley…It always has been and always will be to most of us."

However, as the Huffington Post pointed out, Bristol's mom Sarah called the mountain Denali, and the name was actually the code name used for Sarah Palin by the Secret Service during the 2008 election.

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