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Mom to 4 beautiful kids! 3 on Earth and 1 in heaven. Our little girl, Matilda Hope had Down Syndrome. She was born with TMD, a disease that is like leukemia. She fought that and beat it. Then, she had liver failure. She beat that, too. On October 17, 2014 she had NEC, necrotizing enterocolitis. My baby went to Heaven on October 19, 2014. She lived exactly one month.
My first thought was that it is now a girl name but I think if you spell it with an i and not a y, it does seem more masculine. It is not overly feminine, it wouldn't worry about it if you love the name. Our son's name is Shea (pronounced Shay), and when I call to make him an appointment or something, people always assume he is a girl. But, these are strangers so I just correct them and it doesn't matter. The people that know him do not have any feminine connotations to the name because they are used to that being his name now. I think the same would happen with a boy named Sidney. Who cares if you need to correct people once in a while? There are much crazier names being used now a days, I don't think that he would be open for teasing if thats what you are worried about.