I’m not a fan of any, and I don’t say that to be rude. What about [name]Cady[/name], as in [name]Elizabeth[/name] [name]Cady[/name] [name]Stanton[/name], [name]Carter[/name], [name]Carson[/name] (though both are a bit masculine), or [name]Caelan[/name]?
[name]Just[/name] wanted to say I appreciate all of your help and honesty. Unisex names aren’t my style at all either, but you have been so helpful. Thanks!
PS I just want them all to be happy with the names they pick for the twins., and I don’t want the names to be too matchy (which [name]Kailey[/name] and [name]Riley[/name] are imo). I really like your suggestion of [name]Caelan[/name]. I don’t they would like that spelling but maybe [name]Caylin[/name].
I’m glad that you appreciate my honesty, because I know not everyone does. I, too, want them to be happy with the twins’ names, but not at the cost of the twins’ future feelings on their names. As a twin, I take twin naming very seriously, and I, too, think [name]Riley[/name] and [name]Kailey[/name], in addition to being quite trendy, are too matched.
[name]Caelan[/name] ([name]KAY[/name]-lin) is a Gaelic name, hence the spelling. While I would hope that people would appreciate these “original” spellings, I am aware that some don’t. I just think that [name]Caylin[/name] ruins the name, honestly. [name]Cailin[/name] would be better…
If the spelling might turn them off, perhaps [name]Keelin[/name] would work better. It’s another Irish unisex name. [name]Riley[/name] (and [name]Rory[/name], I might add) are Irish, too.