Comments for the name Maddison

Comments for MADDISON:

I don't like those silly variations of the name Madison, like this one or even worse ones as Madisyn and stuff like that. I think it ruins the name.
-- Anonymous User  11/20/2007
I like this spelling much better than Madison. It's unique. I also like Madisyn. You don't hear them much, and I like that.
-- Patricia Underwood  2/16/2008
Madison with double D's? Sheesh, I did not think you could make this pretentious excuse for a name any more vile. I was wrong. Unique my butt.
-- Anonymous User  2/22/2008
What the hell? The name Madison looks even dumber with a double D (no pun intended).
-- bananarama  8/29/2008
I think I prefer this spelling to Madison.
-- Belle  9/11/2008
Ugh, it is personally my name, and I hate it. There weren't that many people or girls walking around with my name when I was born, so I guess my mother thought the spelling wouldn't make that much a difference, it being a weird name then. Now it seems every single three year old is walking around with my name, granted without the double D. I don't think it's a very original name. I've always gone by Maddie since I was three. I guess I can see why some people might like it, but I never will.
-- Sarcasmic  11/29/2008
I love this name! And I like this spelling more! Also, the nickname "Maddy" is great!
-- Anonymous User  5/29/2011
My name is spelt Maddison but everyone calls me Maddi. I used to be Maddy, but a lot of people used that so I wanted to be unique, so I am now Maddi. I have never been Maddie and probably won't because one of my closest friend's name is Madisson and her nickname is Maddie, haha. I've also been called lovey over the years because my last name is lovell and people like to play around with that haha... I was named after "Splash".
-- maddi_lovell  11/29/2014

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