The Rooney's New Baby 'Klay' - Brother to 'Kai'

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MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 11:50:00

I've never seen Clay spelt with a K.

Maybe they are starting their own Kardashian style family. All the 'K's...

Has anyone ever seen it spelt like this?

JesusInTheCabbageVan Tue 21-May-13 11:51:55

Just so long as their middle names don't also begin with a 'K'. That would be awkward.

TheSecondComing Tue 21-May-13 11:53:33

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squeakytoy Tue 21-May-13 11:54:43

should we call her Kolleen..

cat Tue 21-May-13 11:54:49

Lol at kawful

Or Kol even

boschy Tue 21-May-13 11:55:12

I have to apologise right now, but this has truly brought out my inner snob. Klay with a K??? Clay with a C would have been bad enough (Dallas, anyone?), but Klay with a K is just Kapallingly Kawful.

BinarySolo Tue 21-May-13 11:56:17

Wasn't overly keen on Kai but I think Klay is horrid. The spelling doesn't make sense to me as I can't think of another word starting kl. I really hope this does start a trend.

GeoffVader Tue 21-May-13 11:57:02

Enough is enough, it is their child and it is absolutely their choice what they call that child. Grow up, the lot of you, this is why people think lowly of MNetters half the time

DebsMorgan Tue 21-May-13 11:57:27

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BinarySolo Tue 21-May-13 11:58:21

I hope it doesn't start a trend.

The odd use of ks has warped my tiny little mind!

marzipanned Tue 21-May-13 11:58:59

I really like the name Clay. It's quite common in the US, short for Clayton. I do find it a bit weird when families change the spellings of words in order to have all their kids' names starting with the same letter (see Kaleb, Konnor, etc) but it's their business, as long as it's not something the kid's going to get bullied for.

Each to their own. This is the third thread now about this. Its their child and they will name him what they want.

This K snobbery is a load of bollocks tbh. Either way its pronounced the same. Klay/Clay, why the fuck does it matter? confused

squeakytoy Tue 21-May-13 11:59:42

oh come on Geoff, they were announcing it all over twitter before the first nappy had been filled...

MrsApplepants Tue 21-May-13 12:00:10

Klay is one of the worst names I have ever heard. They've basically named their baby after mud. But with a K

That would be Kmud then MrsA grin

hopkinette Tue 21-May-13 12:02:18

I don't care that they call their child. Why the fuck would I?

LadyBeagleEyes Tue 21-May-13 12:04:03

The name is fine, isn't there a boys name Clayton, often shortened to Clay.
I think mostly in the US though.
So they stuck a K on it, so what, I think Klay Rooney sounds quite cool.
The only problem I foresee is the similarity between the names, if you're calling Klay it sounds too much like Kai and vice versa.

boschy Tue 21-May-13 12:04:55

lol at Kmud! ok, each to their own and all that, but what did they expect? Kolleen and Kwayne, if you are reading: I'm sure he's a gorgeous boy and everyone will know and love him as Klay.

OrlaKiely Tue 21-May-13 12:05:54

I don't care what they call their child but it's not that easy to say iyswim. I am having trouble with it, sitting here muttering to myself.

TheSecondComing Tue 21-May-13 12:06:53

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OrlaKiely Tue 21-May-13 12:07:21

Do people really think Kai is pronounced 'Kay'?

I always thought it was Ky. As in sky.

If it is pronounced Kay then you've obvs got a problem

2margarinesonthego Tue 21-May-13 12:07:29

Klu and Klux also start with Kl.
Oh and Klan.

Struggling to think of anything else.

TheSecondComing Tue 21-May-13 12:07:59

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MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:08:24

Clayton is ok, I understand it is popular in the US.

But....Klay...? Oh dear.

"No, no, that's Clay...but with a 'K"" Oh the poor child.

OrlaKiely Tue 21-May-13 12:08:28

Having trouble saying Klay. It's harder than some words to get your mouth around. I was going to call one of my children Clem but then I tried saying it and it wasn't as easy as it looked.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:08:53

Kai Klay Klan


OrlaKiely Tue 21-May-13 12:09:00's not Klu, it's ku I think

LaRegina Tue 21-May-13 12:09:28

Come on would anybody really expect them to give their children names with any class?


I didn't know Steve Gerard and Madonna had had a baby! wink

squeakytoy Tue 21-May-13 12:10:17

it definitely KLU Orla..

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:11:33

Arf to Steven Gerard and Madge having a baby!

DebsMorgan Tue 21-May-13 12:12:34

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LadyBeagleEyes Tue 21-May-13 12:12:45

I do know it's pronounced Ki, I still think they sound similar.
I wonder if they have a girls name picked out.

TSSDNCOP Tue 21-May-13 12:14:37

It's a stupid name. I don't give a tiny rats wank if that gives MN a bad name. It'd still be a stupid name even if it was correctly spelled Clay reflecting the connection with Cassius Clay.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:14:54

DebsMorgan Oh goodness, no I don't hate K names at all.

We have friends with 2 young DCs and 2 dogs....all beginning with the letter J. Including Mum and Dad. Each to their own, but IMO its naff.

squeakytoy Tue 21-May-13 12:16:25

"I wonder if they have a girls name picked out."

I am going to put my money on Kia... grin

Onesleeptillwembley Tue 21-May-13 12:19:46

Clay would be bad enough, but Klay? That truly is awful. Krap, even. They arent really known for their taste or class though, are they? However I've had a bet with a friend than they'll have a daughter next and call her loam.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:19:49

squeakytoy grin Nice!

hopkinette Tue 21-May-13 12:20:36

it definitely KLU Orla

I don't think it is

VivaLeBeaver Tue 21-May-13 12:21:15


OrlaKiely Tue 21-May-13 12:22:12

erm yes it's ku

OrlaKiely Tue 21-May-13 12:22:33

thanks hopkin!


boschy Tue 21-May-13 12:24:02

is there a K name prejudice tho? I mean, Karina is a beautiful name. Kevin (pronounced KeVAN) is popular in France, Kerry is a pretty name, etc etc etc. I think its the intentional mis-spelling that annoys me.

If he follows in his dad's footsteps will the tabloids use headlines like Feet of Klay?

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:26:35

Boschy I think its the intentional mis-spelling that annoys me.

YY! You've hit the nail on the head for me. Call your child what you want - this is just a bit of fun - but it is the intentional use of a K that makes me cringe.

threesypeesy Tue 21-May-13 12:31:54

i think it is a lovely name, personally i hate "normal" names and all the so called snobbery that goes with it, it its not you're child it has no impact on you!!!

my dds would hate a run of the mill common name!!

squeakytoy Tue 21-May-13 12:41:32

oops sorry Orla.. I typed it into google and it came up on autofeed as Klu..


MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:41:33

I wanted to be called Summer when I was about 12/ poor parents called me it too till I saw sense.

I'd still quite like to be called Summer. As long as it was spelt properly! Pedantic about spelling...

Mandy2003 Tue 21-May-13 12:42:20

Clay with a C is the old Prez in Sons of Anarchy!

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 12:42:29

Just proves that you can't buy class. Rich chavs IMHO

TheSecondComing Tue 21-May-13 12:49:01

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ReindeerBollocks Tue 21-May-13 12:52:47

I've heard worse names. At least it's close to a 'real' name and not some made up crap - or a piece of fruit!

Congrats to them, they'll be too busy enjoying the newness of the baby to read this. But they'll also be getting newborn cuddles which are lovely.


meddie Tue 21-May-13 12:53:39

I think the distaste for K names stems from the fact K names became very popular with what people class as 'chavs' so you see a lot of names like
Kai/Kale/Kayden/Kaiden/Kia/Kory/Kallum/Kallam/Kallem,Kolon.Kewel and made up names or names that usually begin with a C being changed to starting with a K, to 'make it unique'. I once heard it referred to as 'K for Kommon'.
Unfortunately the Roonies have ticked all the boxes of the above prejudices.

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 12:55:39

Nothing to do with jealousy, there's a lot more to life than money. Personally I'd rather be reasonably well off and have some class thanks.

Chandon Tue 21-May-13 12:55:48

AKAK, what makes you so wonderful to be able to call other people " chavs"?

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 12:56:04

Kolon grin

LadyBeagleEyes Tue 21-May-13 13:00:26

I like Colleen, her and her family sound rather wonderful, with their adoption of their late and much loved disabled child, and Coleen's sister.
That to me is class.
I think Wayne just need to grow up.

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 13:02:09

Well for starters I wouldn't be having threesomes with hookers whilst my wife was pregnant with my child (or at any other time for that matter.) The man's just scum.

TheSecondComing Tue 21-May-13 13:05:07

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meddie Tue 21-May-13 13:05:11

Oh Momsnetcurtains I actually preferred Kewel, especially as the boys second name was Waters......

threesypeesy Tue 21-May-13 13:12:04

i really hate people that thing children's name's define them or what they will amount to in life i loathe people that also think they can label others as chavs etc (watch you don't fall too hard getting off you're high horse!!)

as for all those slagging kids names well i hope you're dcs go for an amazing job when they're older and fail to get it due to a "k" named child ( or unusual,spelled wierd etc)that you've slagged off and see how you're "classy" name you chose had absolutely no impact on your child and their abilities to amount to something in life!!

youmeatsix Tue 21-May-13 13:15:25

i dont like the name but i guess what you link it to depends on your age, i never thought Cassius Clay, i automatically thought she was a one tree hill fan grin the whole family reek chavtastic anyway

stooshe Tue 21-May-13 13:17:27

Personally, I wouldn't mind a trend of people naming their children (especially their boy children) names that translate well to adult life. Some of the God awful made up "pretty" or "faux African"or "aspirational" (Cavalli, Armani, Alize, Moet, Prada)names that I have had to grip my sphincter about (I know it's none of my business) on hearing, Klay (whether with a K or a C) will be a name that this child should be able to carry well into adulthood, considering that Mr Rooney probably has very strong genes. Naming their boy child DeShawn probably won't cut the mustard after the age of ten. Some male children have to be given "big man" names. What say a campaign to get some of those American "Mount Rushmore" names popular over here? I really do think that Chad, Chuck, Blaine etc could really become popular. Don't flame me, I'm being cheeky!

sue52 Tue 21-May-13 13:25:31

I dislike it though I daresay young Klay's parents don't give a stuff about my opinion.

marzipanned Tue 21-May-13 13:31:04

thressy but, sadly, there's quite a lot of evidence that children with atypical names are discriminated against, e.g. in job applications.

I agree it's none of our business to judge anyone's names, but you can't really say that you hate people who think that children are defined by their names, because, to a certain extent, they are.

stooshe I think Chad is a brilliant name. I used to have a massive crush on an (admittedly American) Chad when I was a teenager.

He's very cute smile

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 13:32:34

Someone needs to learn the difference between you're and your

threesypeesy Tue 21-May-13 13:39:24

well if they are if from mindless idiots that are jumped up and think that it makes a blind bit of difference.

aka i am typing with a 15 month old climbing over me a "jorgie" that right a weird spelling and guess what were not chavs were actually rather comfortable and from very well off families so i guess not everyone in life think your name grants you "class"

crashdoll Tue 21-May-13 13:41:03

AKA Very classy to be slagging off other people behind the safety of your computer screen as well as labelling 2 young children Council Housed And Violent.

Gooeyhead Tue 21-May-13 13:41:48

Youmeat I've been sat here wondering and wondering "where have they got Klay from"... You've hit the nail on the head I've seen Coleen tweet about One Tree Hill... From her tweets I think she is a fan!!!

marzipanned Tue 21-May-13 13:48:35

Threesy, what?

It DOES make a difference what your child is called. Look at some of the responses on this thread - I'm sure that some people here are responsible for hiring at work and might well favour a Charles over a Klay because as a result of an ingrained snobbery about names.

Too bad if you don't like it, but you can't deny its existence!

Remotecontrolduck Tue 21-May-13 13:49:30

I quite like Coleen from what little I know about her, but Klay is awful!

Not keen on Kai either, but Klay. Arghhh.

Dawndonna Tue 21-May-13 13:50:00

'Kai' 'Kay' 'Cai'
Knights of the round table. The name is a very old name.
Klay. made up shite.

LayMizzRarb Tue 21-May-13 13:51:29

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 12:42:29
Just proves that you can't buy class. Rich chavs IMHO

Anyone with any class, or good breeding would not be so scathing and nasty about other people's choice of names for children. Everyone is entitled to an opinion, but there are dignified ways of expressing yourself.

Think you ought to look in the mirror before you label others.....

LegoAcupuncture Tue 21-May-13 13:57:15

The name itself doesn't bother me, it's the fact it is similar to Kai.

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 13:58:06

Threesy would you like to point out where I suggested you were a chav? I simply commented on your grasp of written English. But you loathe people like me so that's OK.

Crash I'm not sure where I called the kids chavs? Their parents are chavs though so it's likely that they'll grow up with the same values.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 13:59:54

meddie I did actually mean to smile at Kewel also but DP came home with a bottle of wine and I pressed 'post message' and jumped on went to get some wine. smile

In starting this light hearted thread...I was not looking for the Rooney's validation or had even entertained the thought that they cared a jot what I or anyone else thought of the awful name of their second child. It's just a chat amongst people.

I would very likely have the same conversation with people I know in RL.

It is not to be taken seriously. smile

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 14:00:41

LegoAcupuncture YY I agree 100%. It's naff.

threesypeesy Tue 21-May-13 14:02:10

i don't deny it's existence i do think it's mindless idiots though that hold these so called name=class in life views!!

Anyway in sure colleen and wayne don't give a rats arse about all the idiots on here that think their opinion will make any difference to them, i am sure kai and klay will do just great in life with the education and life style their parents can afford to give them,colleen comes from a lovely caring family and i wish them every happiness,

can't imagine how they would feel to be over the moon at announcing the birth of their child and find out people are tearing into them labeling them and their children over a name that has no impact on anyone

MummytoKatie Tue 21-May-13 14:02:32

I've nothing against "K" names (see my user name) but I do think the poor lad will spend his life having to spell it.

And if you say "Kai and Klay" more than about 3 times you generally get in a right muddle!

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 14:10:03

LayMizz if that's your idea of scathing and nasty then you need to get out more!

I'm quite happy with what I see in the mirror thank you!

crashdoll Tue 21-May-13 14:14:08

AKA You clearly do not know what chav even means!

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 14:20:04

MummytoKatie My niece is called Katie. smile Love that name. She's about to turn 8. grin

I have nothing against 'K' names.

threesypeesy Take a Xanax maybe? I have said nothing re names=class; you have made that assumption yourself. confused

I just know that nobody I know would go for those names. And I can assure you that their children will be given the childhood and the opportunities equal to that of the Rooney children. Uneducated footballers do not have the monopoly on having money.

Out of interest, are you a friend of Coleen's? NOTE: Coleen with one L, not 2. smile

threesypeesy Tue 21-May-13 14:28:41

i wasn't refering to you op confused at all i was refering to another posters comments, so no thanks i don't think i need a xanax!!!

no i am not a friend of hers i just hate people thinking they can label others and their children for something that has no impact on them.

he may be uneducated but he is also a multi-millionaire so i am sure their kids will be just fine, and the best education money can buy

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 14:31:22

I know exactly what chav means both in its original definition and in its later more generalised usage. Clearly they're not the feral underclass living in a council house and terrorising the neighbourhood but chav still applies. I quite like the term 'moneyed chav' it also applies to many of scrotes in my part of the world for whom the be all and end all in life is an Audi A3 diesel or BMW 1 series diesel in 'aspirational white'

marzipanned Tue 21-May-13 14:34:11

AKAK81 I had to laugh about the cars. I get the dirtiest looks at my gym because of the car I drive (which is crap, but I love it) The worst offenders are definitely those in white 4x4s.

crashdoll Tue 21-May-13 14:38:05

"the feral underclass living in a council house and terrorising the neighbourhood"

I do wonder what values people like AKA are teaching their children. How vile!

Baby 3, Klamidyah Rooney - nawww! wink

Oooo, I live on a council estate, am I the feral underclass? I'm so proud <puffs out chest>

crashdoll Tue 21-May-13 14:45:41

I bet you terrorise the neighbourhood with your dog and 6 kids too TooTaboo!

well, what else is there to do when Jezza Kyle's finished? grin

GrendelsMum Tue 21-May-13 14:51:11

Clay / Clayton seems to be quite a popular name in the US - I've known a Clayton and a Clay, and tbh, they were both rather posh and extremely well-educated. When I first met Clay, I did think it was an odd name, but came round to it after working with him for a while.

So all they've done is taken a US name and changed the spelling a bit, which is not that odd...

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 14:53:24

No no you misunderstand me. I'm not suggesting that people in council housing are a feral underclass. What I'm saying is that there is a feral underclass that spoils it for everyone else - you know the hardcore chav neighbour from hell type who choose benefits as a lifestyle and have a teenage brood who all have ASBOs. I am NOT tarring everybody on benefits or in social housing with the same brush.

ComposHat Tue 21-May-13 14:53:56

I do think the poor lad will spend his life having to spell it

If he takes after his dad that may prove ti be tricky.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 14:59:27

GrendelsMum We've covered that bit upthread. smile YY it is popular in the US.

threesy I thought you were aiming your comments at me for starting this thread. Sincere apologies.

scarletforya Tue 21-May-13 15:03:19

Kai, Klay......Kringe!

AKA - yes there are a few like that round here, thankfully they are the minority.

Just a shame that so many (inc on MN) do equate social housing to feral underclass. They tend to be short on brain cells though so we can point and laugh at their stupidity wink

Ashoething Tue 21-May-13 16:37:42

Its a horrible name. I do judge it and so will many people-that's life.

cory Tue 21-May-13 16:52:17

It may be that they start a fashion and that in 20 years time their little Klay will be just one of thousands of Klays. smile

When we heard that distant relatives had decided to bestow on their newborn the name of Oscar, dh and I muttered to ourselves "that is bloody child abuse". 5 years later every other child was called Oscar and nobody noticed that their Oscar was one of the first.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 17:11:34

Och Oscar is a good strong name. Depends on the surname though.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 17:14:30

I do know a Fergus Ferguson.......not good.....! IMHO.

JamieandtheMagicTorch Tue 21-May-13 17:16:25


I think you may have got to the bottom of why I don't like the K thing. It is the Ku Klux Klan!

Apart from Katherine. That's a nice name

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 17:19:54

Oh Jamie......I think we did that about 3 hours ago upthread!

Katherine....I find a bit OS, but that is just me. =)

NicholasTeakozy Tue 21-May-13 17:20:11

They kalled him Klay 'kos they want him to go into modelling...

Wannabestepfordwife Tue 21-May-13 17:20:54

Wouldn't use it myself but I do quite like it.

I think if it had been a girl she would have probably been Rosie after Coleen's late sister

themaltesecat Tue 21-May-13 17:20:59

I think that there is probably a special circle in Hell for people who are nasty about newborn children and something as personal as their names.

Mother to a Kathryn (and apparently, therefore, a Chav)

JamieandtheMagicTorch Tue 21-May-13 17:21:14



I wan't here 3 hours ago. And it was in reply (agreement) to the person who posted then - 2 margarine.

HollyBerryBush Tue 21-May-13 17:42:31

They are rich. Their children will mix with other rich children with similar names. The rich don't care.

'Kai' on an estate though? Immediate name based conclusions drawn by their teachers.

Where did I read, TES forum I think, girl names beginning with 'K' indicate trouble makers. Almost uniform agreement.

What an awful name, but if it makes them happy.....

Bobyan Tue 21-May-13 17:52:16

Wlay, Wai,Wollen and Wayne Wooney.

Much classier grin

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Bobyan Tue 21-May-13 17:54:25

Can I join the special circle?

loofet Tue 21-May-13 18:02:03

Chavs with money. That's all wink

DebsMorgan Tue 21-May-13 18:09:52

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LynetteScavo Tue 21-May-13 18:13:23

"Oh, here come Wayne and Klay."

Some families just have dodgy taste in names.

TheSecondComing Tue 21-May-13 18:14:41

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landofsoapandglory Tue 21-May-13 18:20:29

I honestly can not see any problem with it. I don't have an opinion on Kai, I wouldn't use it for my DC, there was one in DS2's(16) nursery and I never thought it odd then either. I think Klay is an OK name, again not my choice but I wouldn't sneer and slag them off or call them "chavs".

FWIW I think the comment that people should use when they hear someone has had a baby is "how lovely, congratulations!"

JamieandtheMagicTorch Tue 21-May-13 18:22:44


I agree, that should be/ is the first comment, whilst sometimes thinking "what on earth were they thinking?"

AKAK81 Tue 21-May-13 18:39:28

themaltesecat - it's a good job there's no such thing as hell then

Bumpotato Tue 21-May-13 18:50:07

I think Klay is alright. I'd probably spell it with a C but it was probably Wayne who told the press registered it so wee Klay it is.

MomsNetCurtains Tue 21-May-13 19:13:15


When I read all the responses on this thread I inadvertently made a 'pppsssshhhh' noise when I read, 'so wee Klay it is.' grin

Are you a Weegie?

I just imagined your post with a Glaswegian accent as it sounded so sympathetic and soft as Weegies can be......and ultimately resigned that 'wee Klay it was'. And that made it all the funnier as I am a Weegie.

CPtart Tue 21-May-13 19:26:42

I don't like it but its better than Romeo.

OrlaKiely Tue 21-May-13 19:27:37

I'm a bit shocked at how horrid you were to themaltesecat, MNC. She only commented that it was unkind to be unkind about newborn babies and their names...she didn't deserve the vitriol you poured on her.

SoniaGluck Tue 21-May-13 19:31:10

I once read that in the 17th century 25% of all boys born were baptised John. That's a hell of a lot of Johns. confused

And if you do any reading about the 15th century there is a very limited pool of names. Sons were named after fathers and grandfathers, generation after generation - they are nearly all John, Edward, Richard and William. It can get very confusing. You would really welcome a Klay or a Cruz, just for a change. grin

I have come to appreciate the infinite variety of names and spellings that we get these days. Makes things more interesting and gives us all something to talk about

I mean, what would MN be like: " Oh, have you seen John and Mary Smith have called their new baby, John? Shocking, innit?"

cocolepew Tue 21-May-13 19:32:29

grin @Nicholas.
Hate both the names they have called their DS's. I'm sure they are gutted.

I think Colleen seems a good spud though.

cocolepew Tue 21-May-13 19:33:20

There's going to be loads of Klays around now.

Bumpotato Tue 21-May-13 19:39:24

moms I'm not a weegie, but married to one and spend a lot of time there. grin

NicholasTeakozy Tue 21-May-13 19:43:11

Cheers Coco grin At least I got one laugh, that's a plus, I'm more used to tumbleweed.

thegreylady Tue 21-May-13 20:09:01


cocolepew Tue 21-May-13 20:14:35

I did actually LOL but don't like writing that grin

LaGuardia Tue 21-May-13 21:00:00

Kai is a god-awful name and they haven't chosen much better this time around. No class, no breeding.

Bumpotato Tue 21-May-13 21:37:49

Arf at no class, no breeding

It doesn't seem to have held them back.

MrsRickyMartin Wed 22-May-13 18:15:54

I like Key for a girl, any thought? grin

MrsRickyMartin Wed 22-May-13 18:16:30

Kotex for a boy [evil laugh]

sassytheFIRST Wed 22-May-13 18:22:51

Apparently the way some folk - celebs - name their dc with a made up k name has coined it's own new word.



Estherbelle Wed 22-May-13 18:48:02

In addition to Klu Klux Klan, there's also Klutz that begins Kl...can't think of anything pleasant that begins Kl at all.

"Kai is a god-awful name and they haven't chosen much better this time around. No class, no breeding."

I think Kai is a gorgeous name. It is a good traditional Norwegian name. It means pier!

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