Shes gonna be called addy which why I went for addylene. It was going to be addylynn because I hate the "normal spelling" of adalyn or adilene or any of those. But addylynn seemed like too much repitition. Nichole is spelled correctly to me, its my sister's middle name. My mom liked it like that and thats how it will stay. And this is the reason I deleted my post, because I never should have posted it. Im gonna name her what suits her, and thats no ones decision but my own and no one's opinions really matter. So my mistake on that one. Remind me not to ask yall for anything anymore.
I posted this because you DID ask and I took the time to write a response and it was rude for you to DD and I was irritated when I hit post and it came up as an error.
I know that your baby's name is your choice and I am a firm believer in that, but I'm not gonna not be honest with you. I work with kids and it really messes with them when they have to constantly correct people in regards to the spelling and the pronunciation of their names.
Yes, it feels so nice to be "unique" and spell it differently but trust me, it's not good for the kid and in your case it changes the pronunciation. Yes, people, phonics do exist for a reason.
People mess up all the time because my name is Rachel and people try to spell it Rachael. And those are BOTH ACCEPTED spellings. I know a girl who was named the same name spelled Rejcel and I can't imagine what she goes through.
Just think of your kid.