Baby name, baby name, baby name ... Finding the right one can be so hard. Do you go traditional? Nontraditional? If you love the idea of a traditional name but want something a little more unique then choosing an alternate spelling might just be the way to go. Here are some different ways to respell your favorite moniker to baby name success.
Some names can easily be made unique by switching up the first letter or two, ala the Kardasians. Sister Kim may have a traditional spelling of her name, but her sisters Khloe and Kourtney have a unique twist with a 'K' instead of a 'C'. This works with some other letters like 'G' instead of 'J' as well.
Here's a few ideas:
Still looking for a unique spelling for your baby-to-be's name? Sandwiched between the beginning and the end of names are letters that can easily be traded for a unique take on nice names. For instance, a 'y' is a nice replacement for a 'i' and a 'ks' can easily sub for an 'x.'
Here are some examples to get you thinking:
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