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I recently came across the name Kenley and fell in love with it. I am
just concerned if I ever decide to use it if it will clash with my name,
You have to decide if there would be confusion in your household between the names Kenley and Mckenzie. Read the rest of Jennifer's response...
I am currently pregnant and I don’t know the sex of the baby
yet, but I already have a two-year-old named Owen. It seems that I am
drawn to some of the more popular names, like Olivia or Henry. I do not
want to meet other children and find out every other kid has the same
name as my child. I know that there are a lot of names now as people
create names and bring back older names, but I am still worried. What
would your advice be? My friend told me she was on a flight with three
infant girls that all turned out to be named Sophia. I just don’t want
that to happen.
Thanks for your thoughts!
Well, if you are drawn to popular names, you’re going to meet other
children of the same age group with that name. You can’t copyright a
name and you can’t stop others from using it. Read the rest of Jennifer's response...
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