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    Sorry OP I'm not a fan. I don't like any of the 'den' names, Jayden, Hayden, Kaiden etc.

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    I like it. Love names that are typically last names used as first names.
    I think I prefer the Bryden spelling.

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    I like it and prefer Bryden as spelling.

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    It makes me think of Brydens Compensation Lawyers. Or not quite pronouncing Brighton properly.

    I prefer the Bryden spelling to the others. And it's a name I could live with, but wouldn't be overly invested in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonpancakes View Post
    I don't think it matters if you have two kids with "normal" names and one with a more unusual one. People don't need matching sibling names - they're individuals not Huey Dewey and louey (ducks).
    Lol, love how you put "ducks" in brackets, just in case people didn't know

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    im not a fan of 'brydon' , bryden is slightly better. I would suggest, bryan, brian, Brendan, I like your two other names, and I think bryan would fit. your choice of course. Marie.

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    Sorry OP, I don't like it.

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    Not a fan sorry

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    I don't mind it with the 'e'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abibelsmum View Post
    It makes me think of Brydens Compensation Lawyers. Or not quite pronouncing Brighton properly.

    I prefer the Bryden spelling to the others. And it's a name I could live with, but wouldn't be overly invested in.
    this. I immediately thought of Brydens Compensation Lawyers too.

    its not a bad name, and it's entirely up to you..

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