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    I like it.

    I am not sure why people are opposed to names they think sound 'made up'...

    Really? All names were made up at one stage. Then again, I've never been a fan of the usual traditional / common names... They are boring names (to me).

    Each to their own I guess

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    I like it with the 'e'


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    love it. go for it. if its something meaningful and special to you, don't let other opinions persuade you to change it x

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    Quote Originally Posted by bc1984 View Post
    love it. go for it. if its something meaningful and special to you, don't let other opinions persuade you to change it x
    Thank you for writing that! Not that I would let myself be swayed by others. I taught a little boy a few years ago named Bryden and he made such a lasting impact on me. Came from a very sad background where his mother abandoned him (with his father who he had barely ever seen) and was very disadvantaged. You've never meet a happier or more positive child. This little boy will stay with me for a very long time. Then I saw the name on the back of a soccer jumper and it helped me to get over feeling sad about not having a daughter.

    Thank you for all your opinions everyone


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    Not really a fan. What about Brayden?

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Not really a fan. What about Brayden?
    One of my closest friends has a Brayden so already taken lol.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chippa View Post
    One of my closest friends has a Brayden so already taken lol.


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    Damn We have the same problem. I want Violet for a girl but a family member named their daughter that

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    I don't like it sorry. But i am a firm believer in choosing a name you love (except of course ridiculous names or names spelt wrong lol).

    Nobody knew what we were going to call our third as I did not want people voicing their opinion. Nobody would dare do it after hub was born and named

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    I don't like it sorry. But i am a firm believer in choosing a name you love (except of course ridiculous names or names spelt wrong lol).

    Nobody knew what we were going to call our third as I did not want people voicing their opinion. Nobody would dare do it after hub was born and named
    Lol yeah that's why I floated it on here first!!! We haven't even told that we are having a boy as my MIL thinks she can suggest names that SHE approves of. Not gonna happen!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by abibelsmum View Post
    It makes me think of Brydens Compensation Lawyers.
    I thought this too.

    I prefer the Bryden spelling. Not a name I'd choose myself but I don't mind it. Xx


 

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