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justanotherchicken Alabama 2402 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:</b>" Caitlin and Michaela are the correct spelling of your girls names. Just sayin'."</blockquote>




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My name is mispelt. I hate it, I'm questioned on the spelling ALL the time and lots of people are unsure of how to pronounce my name.

♥ Mrs. S ♥ Due September 20; 2 kids; Venezuela 13673 posts
25th Mar '13

I wouldn't personally spell my children's names different then the original spelling. BUT that is because of who I am, and what I like. I see nothing wrong with people spelling their own children's names however they please. It is their choice, and their child.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
25th Mar '13
Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:" What is her name? :lol:"

Evalina.
It should be Evelina.

Cαtwomαn 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Gotham, DC, United States 13137 posts
25th Mar '13

Oh the irony.

kays`mumma Due December 2 (boy); 34 kids; Australia 441 posts
25th Mar '13

My daughters name still look the same as their spelling their still pretty common spelling.. I'm complaining about the made up names and ones that you cannot even pronounce



And with Lincoln is looks nice the way it's spelt, and no they aren't referring to the song or whatever their just young and dumb and think
It's cool like the people who add a "h" into their child's name for the fun of
It..



And sorry about my spelling it's 2:30am and I'm on my phone so it auto corrects

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
25th Mar '13
Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:" Oh, that's not too bad. I mean, my moms SIL gave her son the middle name Chris... Spelt "cursd" because she's stupid and doesn't know how to spell Chris."

I'm a name snob so it bothers me.
:lol:

kays`mumma Due December 2 (boy); 34 kids; Australia 441 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Uh-Nis-Uh [EBF]:</b>" My daughter's named is spelled Karlie instead of the usual Carly. Do I think it's a big deal? No. "</blockquote>




No because it still sounds the same I'm saying if they added letters in their that didn't need to be added

Ellie. 34 kids; Arizona 25371 posts
25th Mar '13

I gave my girls pretty standard names. Zoe and Olivia. Not much I could have done except maybe to add a Y to the end of Zoe's name. But when I named her over 18 years ago, there was NO ONE with that name. It's popular now, and I see the Y at the end pretty often now as well.

Btw, I never type the little dots above her name, because I cant figure it out on the keyboard and who the eff does that anyways? :lol:

Mann Makin' Mama[BBM] 18 kids; Dalton, Georgia 11563 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting kays`mumma:</b>" My daughters name still look the same as their spelling their still pretty common spelling.. I'm complaining ... [snip!] ... into their child's name for the fun of It.. And sorry about my spelling it's 2:30am and I'm on my phone so it auto corrects"</blockquote>




So you spelled your children's names wrong and you're okay with that, let your friends do the same. Their babies, their choice.

user banned Lesbos, Greece 95211 posts
25th Mar '13

My kids have unusual names for being American.
I like it though. The only thing I didn't think of when naming them were the preconceived notions people would have of them based off their names.

Mann Makin' Mama[BBM] 18 kids; Dalton, Georgia 11563 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Man. Bear. Pig.:</b>" I gave my girls pretty standard names. Zoe and Olivia. Not much I could have done except maybe to add ... [snip!] ... type the little dots above her name, because I cant figure it out on the keyboard and who the eff does that anyways? :lol:"</blockquote>




I tried to get my brother to spell his youngest's name Zo

kays`mumma Due December 2 (boy); 34 kids; Australia 441 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ℓise ♥:</b>" I've seen diff. variations of DD's name. Her name is Linley and I've seen Lynleigh :? And I wouldn't ... [snip!] ... :? And I wouldn't be quick to judge how people spell their childs' name when a simple word like "know" you spelled "no"."</blockquote>



iv never even heard of your daughters name and I have no idea how to pronounce it either maybe because I'm in Australia?
And my main point was to say their are changing the spelling purely to make it look "trendy or cool" when I think it looks neither!

kays`mumma Due December 2 (boy); 34 kids; Australia 441 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Kayla [:)]♥:</b>" Mikayla is a tacky way of spelling a nice name, who cares if it's common? It's still not the proper way to spell the name. If you can misspell names, you really can't judge others for doing it."</blockquote>




The original is too close to Michael and i didn't want her to be called that by accident, so I went for the next easiest way and she will never have a problem! But she gets called Kayla anyway and judging by your name
I'm sure your not going to call that tacky

kays`mumma Due December 2 (boy); 34 kids; Australia 441 posts
25th Mar '13

Well I wasn't trying to start all this drama, just saying I don't
Like how parents spell it differently to make it look more trendy. You can read my daughters names clearly And that's what I aimed for I didn't want people to be trying to guess how to say their name and getting it wrong

Mann Makin' Mama[BBM] 18 kids; Dalton, Georgia 11563 posts
25th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting kays`mumma:</b>" Well I wasn't trying to start all this drama, just saying I don't Like how parents spell it differently ... [snip!] ... names clearly And that's what I aimed for I didn't want people to be trying to guess how to say their name and getting it wrong"</blockquote>



It isn't hard to get Lincoln out of Linkin or Linken.