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    Def Natalie, its a lovely name. The other spelling kind of looks made up and she'd prob get it spelt the traditional way her whole life and have to forever correct people.

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    Natalie, without a doubt.
    I have a name that requires constant spelling and it a PITA, as are the 'Oh that's an unusual spelling' comments i get constantly.
    Furthermore i just think Natalee doesn't look great and makes me cringe a little, sorry.

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    Natalie.... I really don't like Natalee

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    Default Re: which way would you spell it?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    Def Natalie, its a lovely name. The other spelling kind of looks made up and she'd prob get it spelt the traditional way her whole life and have to forever correct people.
    Yep, this^.
    My name is spelt 2 different ways, most people seem to go with the version different to mine. So most of my childhood trophies, medals, certificates have the inccorect spelling on them. I think the same would happen with 'Natalee'.

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    I'm going to be different and say Natalee. I look after a little girl with this spelling and it's really grown on me. I don't think it's a made up bogan spelling, Naytaleigh on the other hand.... Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunkx View Post
    I like to be different so natalee but I'm bogan like that
    I LOL so much from this comment lol......
    the main reason why i prefer the double ee spelling is that DP sister passed away when she was 18 months old and his mother asked if we could try to put Lee in her name somewhere as that was his sisters middle name..... but as doesn't really sound different with either spelling i've decided to go with ie as well, mainly so we can buy stuff with that spelling lol .

    and with the always correcting the spelling of names mine is Sarah but ive had people spelling it Sara, Sahra, & Shara... you wouldnt think it would happen with a name that is so common lol

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    Default which way would you spell it?

    Natalie.

    Dare I say the 'B' word regarding the other spelling....


 

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