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Hey! Ever since i was little I loved the names Carlie and Claire. I loved Carlie Alexis and Claire Annette. But now that i’m married my last name begins with a T so her initials would be CAT. Is that to weird. Also if its not tell me why and which on you like. If it is tell me why. Thank you, Michelle and Ryan
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I think your daughter might find it cool that her initials spell a word.
I don’t think there is anything wrong with it - it would be different if the intitials spelled PIG or something, but CAT is cute. I love the name Carly
she is probably going to get married one day, so they won’t be like that forever if she hates it
I think there’s nothing wron, maybe if her initials spelt a bad word it would be different, but CAT is ok. Also, her initials won’t be written everyday, so people wouldn’t probably notice.
To the person who said she will marry and change her ln: maybe she decides to keep her ln or have a hyphenated one, maybe she doesn’t marry at all. So, I don’t think that’s a solution. I think changing your ln is a personal choice and there’s nothing wron in wanting to keep it.
* it should say "it’s NOT a solution". Also, the letter G in my computer isn’t working properly, it should say "wrong"
PP stop being so politically correct. What the other pp was stating is that she might end up with a totally different name anyways, and there are a lot of ways to end up with a different name.
I don’t think it is weird at all... I had a few friends growing up that had the initials CAT. No one ever really uses their initials, so it will be fine!
I knew a girl named Sarine Annette McAvery, and she went by Sam. Just think of it as another possible nickname for your baby girl!
I don’t think that having initials spell CAT will ever be an issue. It is not like it spells something bad. Go for it, they are still nice name choices.
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