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I tend to like boy names for girls (first born named kaydn)
and am expecting another
Girl and cans seem to come up with a name both
Husband and I like. I love the name koltyn but he hates it.
One more suggestion that I think would go very nicely - Rylan
I do have to admit, I'm not a fan of alternative spellings. I think that you might regret that in a few years as it's a trend associated with teen/young moms and gives the impression that you cannot spell. Sorry if that's harsh, but what sounds cute when you are in your 20s won't for the rest of your life (which is the majority of your life). Just a little advice from an old-timer! lol
Every name in my family is spelled like that and always
Has been, I have a brother named Dayre like I dare you to call
Him Dayre and he loves his name and he is the most
Traditional guy I know... Its just a family thing
I love Dylan for a girl.
I think Shane is cute for a girl.
I have a Tyler and 9 years I still love it just as much. I think "Ty" is such a cute nn for a girl. She likes her name too.
I also have a Jamisen who is a boy but I love it for a girl, too!