thanks all see i thought everyone would say connor becasue of the spelling thing lol
for me i think its more about the 5 letters in each of my babies names lol silly i know but if they both had 5 letters then my tatoos and dhs tatoos would match and be the same size what a way to think of your childs name eh heehee
i kno what you mean about 5 letters lol im such a symetrical person id be the same... all my bubbas have double barrelled names.... harry-j, ella-may and lola-louise id feel weird if one of them didnt lol how strange...
i wouldnt worry bout spelling.... i have an irish surname MULCAHY and its one of those things people can either say or spell... but my childrens surname is MOORE and that gets mispelt often enough too !!
To me with 2 n's it looks weird, but i am Irish and no-one i know would spell it with 2 unless it was the surname..
My brother is CONOR, and strangely enough, now i'm married my surname is O'CONNOR..so i like with just one n.
My brother has never had any probs with people spelling his name wrong, if anything i've had more with my name (RACHEL not RACHAEL!)
Also i think Keira is a beautiful name, and i love the way you've spelt it, but the Irish way is CIARA, you never find it spelt as KEIRA at home ifykwim! I like your way though, more unique to me!
Also my brother has lived in London for most of his life too, if that makes any differance to you (my parents separated,hence Ireland for me, and uk for him)
My son is Conor too, and yep we have had to correct ppl incorrectly spelling it, but not just changing it to 'nn'; we've had Conna, Coner, Conner aswell as Connor too but I love the way his is spelt and the ppl that matter -family friends etc know how it is spelt
This is one of two names we have chosen for our baby boy, if we choose it we will have Conor James, just the one N. I like the irish spelling. My name is irish too, Colleen, and although i've been through my entire life getting it spelt all sorts of ways it doesnt really bother me.
This is one of two names we have chosen for our baby boy, if we choose it we will have ConorJames, just the one N. I like the irish spelling. My name is irish too, Colleen, and although i've been through my entire life getting it spelt all sorts of ways it doesnt really bother me.
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