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Need Help on Spelling of Baby Girl's Name! (CP- Hopefully!)

Never done a CP...hope this works!!

Need some help with the spelling of baby girl's name! I know it might not be your style but the name is set in stone so we're just looking for help on the spelling!

DH and I both came up with Bryn before we knew DS was a boy so we held onto if for our someday-maybe-baby-girl. I like longer names w/a nn so I came up with Brynlee or Brynley and she'll be Bryn for short. DH is Bryan and I am Courtney so it combines our names somewhat. That's why he likes the "ley" as Brynley starts with his name and ends with mine. I liked the "lee" at first as 2 y's seemed like one too many but now I'm not so sure - especially after his reasoning!

MN is Deana which combines my mom Debbie and MIL Diana...and our last name starts with a B. Lemme know what spelling you like and TIA!

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Re: Need Help on Spelling of Baby Girl's Name! (CP- Hopefully!)

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    I liked the ee spelling until I read your post. I voted for the ey spelling because I like the meaning behind it, with it being your names combined. Cute name!
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    I like the EE ending mostly because I hunk way too many people are overusing the letter Y
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    I voted for Brynlee. I'm not a fan of "smoosh" names anyway, but also have a feeling that everyone adding 4 Ys and 3 Xs to every name under the sun is going to seriously date these names in the long run.

    I always use the "resume test" when considering a name... Brynlee looks way more mature than Brynley.
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    Brynleigh. Because it's almost my first/middle conjunction. lol 
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    I voted for the double "ee" spelling b/c I'm partial to it (DD is "Rylee"), but I really do like both spellings. I'm considering "Hayley" this time around, and that has the double "y" (although I'm not sure DH likes that spelling, lol).
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    Both girls that I know with that name are Brinley. Are you opposed to using the normal spelling and spell the nn Bryn?
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    Both girls that I know with that name are Brinley. Are you opposed to using the normal spelling and spell the nn Bryn?

    While this name is NMS (although I *love* the name Brynn!), I would most prefer the spelling Brinley because it avoids excess Ys, but still captures the end of your name.

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