Baby Names and Name Generators

Giving Your Child A Common Name With A Unique Spelling

Posted on May 31, 2016   |   Comments 

Do you want a common name for your child?
Take a look at these names... Sophia, Olivia, Liam, Mason, Isabella, Jacob, William, Ethan, Ava, Michael, Alexander, James, Daniel. There is a very high probability that you know someone with one of these names.

Last year alone, over 200,000 children were born and named one of these names. These names just happen to be some of the most popular names in the United States and with  good reason... they are wonderful names. I know what your thinking, "I like that name, but I don't want to use it if everybody else did. I want my child to stand out from the crowd!"

Well... what should you do? Choose a unique name, like "Chubasca?" No... not a good idea. How about this idea... choose a common name and give it a unique spelling! Great idea right??

How to choose a unique spelling for your baby's name
Choosing an alternate spelling for a name is very easy. It's as simple as switching up the letters in the name you like with letters that make the same sound. For example, Christian, can be spelled Kristian and James can be spelled Jaymes.
I could go on forever, but luckily I don't have to. There is a wonderful tool called the alternate name speller that will give you tons of options. All you have to do is enter the name you like! Its that simple!
Whats next?
The first step is finding a name you like. You can browse the most common baby names for the entire United States or you can browse baby names by state to find the name you like.
There is also a baby name generator that you might want to try. Once you settle on a name then the rest is easy. Just find your unique spelling and watch your child soar to fame! All because of his/her common, but unique name! (Results may vary)

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