I picked Anthony Giovani as my babies name. Should I keep it as that spelling or change it? I know Anthony could be spelled Anthoney, Anthonie, Anthonee, or a few other ways. But I think it does look a bit tacky to do that particular name in a different spelling.
And with Giovani, I know there are a few other ways to spell it also! But what really looks the best? what all ways are there?
Giovony, Geovonny, Geovoni, Geovonni, Giovonny, Giovani, Giovani, andddd moreee!!! lol but whats the best looking way??
Don't change the spelling.
I quite like it the way you have spelt it in the first line :)
Quoting Maeby♥:" Don't change the spelling."
Keep it just the way it is. No need to go overboard changing it all up (: It's a cute name.
Quoting Lee0725:" I quite like it the way you have spelt it in the first line :)"
at first i had it like Giovanni, then just put it as Giovani lol
Quoting Fat Kids Lag IRL:" PLEASE dont change it."
The original, classic spelling is perfect. :)
I like GiovaNNI 2 Ns though lol :lol:
Please, please, please stick with the spelling ANTHONY. Your child will thank you for it later in life, when he doesn't have to constantly spell his name to everyone. As for Giovani...the only way I could see changing it would be to maybe add another "n"....Giovanni. But either spelling is fine, and it's his middle name, so it's not as big of a deal. Parents who bastardize the spelling of their child's name are one of my biggest pet peeves.
Quoting Julie blue eyes:" The original, classic spelling is perfect. :)"
Quoting DominiczMama:" at first i had it like Giovanni, then just put it as Giovani lol"
to me I pronounce giovani- Geo-va-ni
And Giovanni- Geo-van-ni
Please don't change the spelling of Anthony. It doesn't make the name more unique, nor does it look original, just stupid.
And I like Giovanni with two N's