I have A boy and girl name picked out and I am very happy about them just wanted to know if anyone has heard them before as a different spelling and would like to know you opinion on how unique they are.
My boy name is Phoenix Liam and the reason I have chose this name is because Phoenix represents rising from the ashes and I have had a few frienda and family pass this year and they all happened shortly after I found out I was pregnant so I figured this would be a great way to remember them because they are in my heart and they have risen from the ashes. And Lyam is because Liam Nelson is one of my favorite actors.
My girl Name is Indya Mae-Beth and the reason for this name is because Indya Mae was my great great great aunts name and from what I've been told she was fire cracker with a unique personality. And the name Beth is to carry on the name Beth in the family line because it is one of my older sisters middle names and she is a wonderful woman.
So let me know what you guys think I mean don't get me wrong I value your opinions but they will not change my mind if they are why chance negative. Because I have a unique name also so why not keep that tradition. So I miss spelled a name geeze I think quicker then I type.
Your spellings are smurfing atrocious.
Phoenix is already unique, no need to smurf up the spelling.
If you want to name your kid after Liam Neeson, spell his name correctly. The y is so stupid and just makes you look dumb.
Also naming your kid India when your name is China is not cute.
I like the names when they are spelled like this:
Phoenix Liam...if you're naming your kid after the actor then why would you spell the name differently? And, as someone else mentioned above spelling it with a "y" changes the pronunciation of the name as well.
I like India rather than Indya BUT if your grandmother's name was spelled with a y then keep it Indya.
Also, I like the two middle names better without the hyphen: India Mae Beth or Indya Mae Beth