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Nicky Jenna *Proud Mama* Due January 31; 19 kids; Millville, New Jersey 20 posts
10th Nov '12

We are going to spell his name Nickolas Camryn D.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting Jenna *Proud Mama*:" We are going to spell his name Nickolas Camryn D."


first names fine.




I think you've forgotten how to spell the middle name. Looks ridiculous.

Jenna *Proud Mama* Due January 31; 19 kids; Millville, New Jersey 20 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting Devil Duckie:" first names fine. I think you've forgotten how to spell the middle name. Looks ridiculous. "


Not I didn't "forget" how to spell it.

CNA1990 New Jersey 374 posts
10th Nov '12

that spelling of Cameron seems feminine but first name is good =]

user banned 2 kids; Georgia 24891 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting Cnc1990:" that spelling of Cameron seems feminine but first name is good =]"



I agree.



Nicky is feminine too.

Jenna *Proud Mama* Due January 31; 19 kids; Millville, New Jersey 20 posts
10th Nov '12

it was Cameron til Husband wanted Camryn.

CNA1990 New Jersey 374 posts
10th Nov '12

icky for a young boy is ok and nick when he gets older =]

Jenna *Proud Mama* Due January 31; 19 kids; Millville, New Jersey 20 posts
10th Nov '12

I have a friend Nicholas and everyone calls him Nicky and he is 22.

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
10th Nov '12

Camryn looks like you've tried to feminise Cameron

CNA1990 New Jersey 374 posts
10th Nov '12

nicky* i think nicky seems more for a young person than an adult but not feminine in it's spelling and i understand the whole unique spellings but that does seem feminine

Jenna *Proud Mama* Due January 31; 19 kids; Millville, New Jersey 20 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting h*:" Camryn looks like you've tried to feminise Cameron"


This is my husbands 2nd child and he wanted to do the spelling of the middle name so I let him he didn't get to name his daughter Jayde so I am let him pick the middle name and spelling.

Jenna *Proud Mama* Due January 31; 19 kids; Millville, New Jersey 20 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting Cnc1990:" nicky* i think nicky seems more for a young person than an adult but not feminine in it's spelling and i understand the whole unique spellings but that does seem feminine"


Yes I know it does.

hobbit* 3 kids; New Zealand 44783 posts
10th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Jenna *Proud Mama*:</b>" This is my husbands 2nd child and he wanted to do the spelling of the middle name so I let him he didn't get to name his daughter Jayde so I am let him pick the middle name and spelling."</blockquote>




Ok

CNA1990 New Jersey 374 posts
10th Nov '12

hen i'd stick with it that's his way of bonding with him and he is probably very proud of his choice no reason to hurt his feelings due to other people's views :)

Jenna *Proud Mama* Due January 31; 19 kids; Millville, New Jersey 20 posts
10th Nov '12

I know Camryn is kinda feminine, I'm pleasing my husband cause this is his 2nd child and most likely last cause after Nickolas I'm done having kids for awhile.