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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
It's fine to spell a name differently. "Baylee" is no exception. Saying that the way it is spelled is "low-class" is terrible. Spelling a name uniquely does not signify poverty or uneducation. My best friend is named Baylee and has had quite a bit of trouble with people making fun of or misspelling her name purposely, which comes from people who judge her or her parents by her name. Judging somebody, their intelligence or intellect, and income by what they name their child is superficial and ridiculous. Name your child Baylee if you want to. Nobody can tell you that you are stupid or that you are uneducated just because of your name. If I want to name my child Laikynn instead of Laken, I can. If I like one spelling better than another, I can use that spelling. Baylee's mother named her Baylee because she liked the way it was spelled, not to please judgmental people.
-- somewhatfrenly  4/27/2016

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