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Of my cousin's girls sibset
M.a.e and L.ea
punctuation to prevent searches ;)
They look a little funny written next to one another, but they sound fine when said aloud. Both cute little names.
ETA: I'm reading LEE-uh, not LAY-uh. If it's LAY-uh, then that's a bit matchy with Mae.
Its May & lee-uh
To me the spellings look funny together like trying to hard to do a three letter name thing. Lea just makes me want to say Lee, people have already started asking her pronunciation that is how I know its Lee-uh.
I love the name Mae, but not Lea. And I don't really like them together either.
Mr. & Mrs. - Est. 10.03.2009
TTC #1 since 06.2011 Me-24 DH-24
12.2011 SA = Normal
06.2012 First visit with OB/GYN
10.2012 Clomid 50mg + TI = BFN
11.2012 Clomid 50mg + TI = BFN
12.2012 Clomid 100mg + TI = BFN
01.2013 First visit with RE
02.2013 Clomid 150mg + TI = BFN
03.2013 Femara 5mg + TI = BFN
05.2013 Femara 5mg + TI = BFN
06.2013 Femara 7.5mg + TI = BFN
*Taking a break*
Separately they're great names. As a sibset, it looks like their parents were forcing them into a box with the matchy spellings.
Mae is a great name. It's my middle name and I like it. But if I were Mae I would feel shortchanged that my sister got a 3 letter name with more syllables. ;)