Previously, the Swedish Tax Agency (Skatteverket) had not approved the name for the boy.
“We feel good now,” said mother Janna-Li Lanke to the Västerbottens-Kuriren newspaper.
Her son, who is now ten months old, has finally earned the right to carry the name that Lanke and her husband wanted him to have: Kaj Taran November.
The parents appealed the tax authorities’ ruling after they discovered that several Swedes have November as a part of their name.
According to Statistics Sweden, the only month of the year not currently used for someone’s name is January.