I have no problems with names like Niamh and Sadhbh..
they are spelt that way because they are in the original language..
Jazzmyne ( jasmin)
This is just awful!!!!!!
So enjoying this thread!
Where we live (in a remote Aboriginal community) there are quite a few wacky names but many of them seem quite normal after a bit. We too have a Khe San at our school and her brother is Anfernee. He only gets called Fernee though and it really really suits him and I am quite fond of it now. There are also the girls who have names that are derivatives of their fathers - Bruce Anne (daughter of Bruce) and Fredina (yep, daughter of Fred) are two favourites. Another corker that I love love at the moment is the mother who let her 6 year old name the new baby - Shmaray. That's a bit of brotherly love for you and one he'll no doubt for grateful for forever!
Dd's on the list
Bfp!!! Little bug due 25/6/12
Not necessarily a bad name, but a friend called her DD Allira but she has it spelled Alleria. I just don't know how to tell her that pronouncing it as it is written is different to how she has it spelled.
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