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Mr. & Mrs. - Est. 10.03.2009
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*Taking a break*
Made up and NMS anyway
ETA: Made up SOUNDING. It's actually Yiddish when spelled Baila or Indian if Bala, but not sure if the pronunciation is the same for all three.
I agree w/ pp ? my first thought was Baylor with an accent.
Is it Bela (as in Bela Fleck) with someone trying to make the pronunciation more obvious?
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I don't like it. It sounds incomplete.
Anna Catherine 7/23/2012, 35 weeks 5 days, 5 lbs 5 oz (PProm)
Baby Sam 10/4/2013, 36 weeks 2 days, 5 lbs 14 oz
It sounds made up. Think about it... you could do this name with other letters too.
Bayla, Cayla, Dayla, Fayla, Gayla, Hayla, Jayla, Kayla, Layla, Mayla... does that make sense?