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    I mean, the least she could have done is went ahead and added a silent -h and -e to the end. Geeze. Go big or go home!

    But seriously. I would have just commented on there, "no."

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    There are a few 'alternative' Michaela spellings that I like, because Michaela just seems too masculine to me. I like
    Mikayla
    Makayla
    Mikala
    and
    McKayla
    (I'm partial to Makala but only because I know the cutest little girl with the name. It seems absolutely butchered)
    But... Makala is NOTHING
    NOTHING
    Compared to Mickhaeyla.
    I don't even know how you would... What? Just why?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matti12 View Post
    There are a few 'alternative' Michaela spellings that I like, because Michaela just seems too masculine to me. I like
    Mikayla
    Makayla
    Mikala
    and
    McKayla
    (I'm partial to Makala but only because I know the cutest little girl with the name. It seems absolutely butchered)
    But... Makala is NOTHING
    NOTHING
    Compared to Mickhaeyla.
    I don't even know how you would... What? Just why?!
    I just looked again and she explained her reasoning, this is wow

    Mick after her grandfather.
    Ha after her maiden name (Halston)
    Eyla after her sister in law.

    Mick + Ha + Eyla = Mickhaeyla

    I don't even think that justifies it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by surprisebehbeh View Post
    I mean, the least she could have done is went ahead and added a silent -h and -e to the end. Geeze. Go big or go home!

    But seriously. I would have just commented on there, "no."
    Hahahaha Mickhaeylaeh? That would make it even more confusing! I swear, the first time I saw it, I thought I was looking at a bowl of Alphagetti. The names some people come up with now, it's almost frightening.
    eighteen, no babies yet, but thinking about;

    ~Tillie, Myrtle, Bessie, Millie, Minnie, Louisa, Amelie, Elsie, Ethel, Florence, Doris, Nellie
    Agatha, Mildred, Lillian, Eleanor, Florrie, Betsy, Violet, Esme, Daisy, Poppy, Martha, Beatrice~


    ~Neville, Matthew, Richard, Ernest, Alfie, Thomas, Walter, Louis, Christopher, Henry, Harry
    James, Albert, Joshua, Percy, Freddie, Andrew, George, Kit, Edward, Mark, Kieran, Emery, Tristan~

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    Quote Originally Posted by southern.maple View Post
    This is why we need to teach phonics in school again.
    Agree x1000000. Seriously.

    In high school I had a friend named Mikayla. In elementary I knew a girl named Michaela. Not a name I particularly like.. Mostly because there are SO many possible "accepted" spellings.. Let alone 1000 more yewneek ones.

    Just yucky on that one though.
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