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I named my 2nd son Baylee, not realizing it's a feminine name. I wanted Lee to be part of his name because that's his grandfathers name. Now I feel bad. I love the name but I hope Baylee has no problems with it when he goes to school.
-- acesbabydoll  5/15/2005
Another spelling for Baylee is Bayleigh.
-- Anonymous User  8/10/2005
I only knew one person with this name (this spelling, too, oddly enough) and he was a guy born in the mid-1970s. Sometimes I called him "Bay Leaf." Anyhow, I think it's a dumb name for a person, but it would be okay for a dog.
-- sharkycharming  5/10/2006
Brian Littrell from the Backstreet Boys has a son named Baylee. So don't worry Acesbabydoll!
-- Jassie  5/7/2007
Baylee is a nice name for any gender. Baylee on a dog isn't bad, but no offence to parents or anyone with the name or people who like it! I don't think it is that common which is nice. So kids won't be one of 5 other Baylees in their class. But some popular names aren't that bad. Baylee is a great name and it is all right if you don't think so. People have different views.
-- LilyNell  10/23/2007
Have a granddaughter named Baylee. Her name is spelled with the "ee" because her mother's name is spelled Aimee. I love both names.
-- travsmom  7/13/2008
My name is Bailey and I don't really like this variation that much. I've had my name spelled like this quite a few times, and I've met a little girl named Bayleigh. I don't really like Baylee and Bayleigh because they look kind of creative. (Not that my name isn't a trendy name.) I do think the first commenter was being awesome with it because she named her kid after his grandfather. (You're coolio, lady!)
-- baileymarissa  7/8/2009
Not a fan of weird alternative spellings in an attempt to be a little unique. I like Bailey on it's own. Talking of gender, I am British and Bailey is becoming quite a popular name for BOYS! (as is Brooklyn, Riley and so was Ashley a few years ago). Whenever I see 'Baylee' it doesn't flow as well in my head as 'Bailey'. In my head it's more like 'Bay Lee' but that's just me.
-- Anonymous User  9/11/2014
Misspelling a name is low-class, and Bailee is no exception. Are the parents too uneducated to know that it should be spelled Bailey, or are they so unsophisticated and self-centered that they mistakenly think giving their child a misspelled name makes them (or their child) unique or clever? For anyone out there named Bailee, I feel sorry for you because I know it's not your fault.
-- Anonymous User  11/11/2014

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