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    Cayden?

    I am guilty of liking a tryndee name, I confess haha.

    Cayden is a GP of mine, after having worked with/taught a little Hayden. I love Hayden as well - but Hayden is a bit close with Haley (Hay-lee). Hadley is also similar to Haley, but the beginning sound is different so it does bother me as much.

    Anywho, Cayden is the only spelling of Caden/Kayden that I like (I prefer C's to K's except for Kate and Kathleen), and I think a Cayden would be better than a Hayden with my first name being Haley.

    How trendy is Cayden? Should I keep it or drop it?

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    I like cayden too I also live Camden

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    Don't do it! You have so many lovely names on your list and I can only see Cayden as 'tryndee' especially with the 'Y' in there. If you have to use it, go with Caden.

    I must confess I have liked the name Calen since I was a child, it was the name of an actor in a show I really liked. I made up the spelling Kailan, but then realised people would read it as Kye-len not Kay-len. Anyway I'm glad my naming style has moved on since then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by freddiethepink View Post
    Don't do it! You have so many lovely names on your list and I can only see Cayden as 'tryndee' especially with the 'Y' in there. If you have to use it, go with Caden.

    I must confess I have liked the name Calen since I was a child, it was the name of an actor in a show I really liked. I made up the spelling Kailan, but then realised people would read it as Kye-len not Kay-len. Anyway I'm glad my naming style has moved on since then!
    I have Caelan on my list - but it's more because the name ties to my Scottish heritage haha ( Caelan is the Scottish form of Nicholas).

    Florence, Edith, Doris, Alice, Elsie, Lillian, Violet, Mabel, Ada, Evelyn
    Eva, Edna, Minnie, Martha, Amelia, Phoebe, Sylvia, Hazel, Agatha, Beatrice


    Matthew, Ernest, Louis, Christopher, Andrew, Albert, George, Joshua, James, Harry
    Freddie, Henry, Adam, Teddy, Daniel, Percy, Mark, Walter, Stanley, Liam


    when you've been fighting for it all your life, you've been struggling every day and night,
    it's how a superhero learns to fly

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    I didn't realise Caelan was a Scottish form of Nicholas! I may have to consider that... (Scottish roots myself)...
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