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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).
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    Elsie ❀ Violet ❀ Beatrice ❀ Louise ❀ Lavinia ❀ Estelle ❀ Amelia ❀ Genevieve

    Charlie ❀ Ernest ❀ Matthew ❀ Albert ❀ James ❀ Darragh ❀ Emmett ❀ Nicholas ❀ Andrew ❀ Harry ❀ Louis ❀ Cameron ❀ Daniel

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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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