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heretofindaname Tue 29-Mar-16 22:22:52

Hi there. Our 2nd son is due in a few weeks. We are liking Jaylen - I don't want to ask family (I made that mistake last time) so I found this site!

Thank you in advance. Our 1st son is Clayden. Are they too similar?

Thanks xxx

StrawberrytallCake Tue 29-Mar-16 22:24:28

Yes they are too similar.

PacificDogwod Tue 29-Mar-16 22:24:33

Yes. Too similar.

My father and brother are called similar sounding names (think Ronald and Donald). It's a practical nightmare grin

Alisvolatpropiis Tue 29-Mar-16 22:25:26

Much too similar

BennyTheBall Tue 29-Mar-16 22:25:58

Yes too similar.

Also too much like Jayden which is on the MN banned list.

nectarini1983 Tue 29-Mar-16 22:27:38

I think people will think you've misspelt Jayden so a lifetime of correction ahead!

nomorechocolate2016 Tue 29-Mar-16 22:28:58

Not keen sorry. I have never heard of either name and would find Jaylen difficult to remember.

Milzilla Tue 29-Mar-16 22:35:51

Far too similar. Tongue-tying in fact.

I'm not keen sorry - sounds made-up.

Fairylea Tue 29-Mar-16 22:37:28

Way too similar ! Sorry, it's really not my kind of name at all.

Tiggeryoubastard Tue 29-Mar-16 22:40:40

biscuit

ClarenceTheLion Tue 29-Mar-16 22:43:56

I think a lot of people would naturally want to rhyme them - Claydon and Jaydon. I don't think they sit together well, sorry!

Sophronia Tue 29-Mar-16 22:50:12

Too similar I think.

BushyTailedPony Tue 29-Mar-16 22:51:42

Yup. Agree with above. It's too similar to your other sons name. I wondered about just calling him Jay. But then you'd have Jay and Clay so that's not much better.

EssentialHummus Tue 29-Mar-16 22:53:14

Really don't like the name, on its own or with your other DC's name. A bit yoonique.

CaoNiMao Wed 30-Mar-16 06:16:08

Dreadful!

sonlypuppyfat Wed 30-Mar-16 06:26:17

I've never heard of either name, I bet you can never find personalised mugs!

SavoyCabbage Wed 30-Mar-16 06:44:28

Clarence is right. People are going to want to say Jayden because it rhymes and sort of flows better.

Clayden and Jaylen are like a tongue twister together.

Jason? '^Clayden and Jason will you get your shoes on RIGHT NOW!'^

VinceNoirLovesHowardMoon Wed 30-Mar-16 06:57:32

Jaylen isn't even a name, and yes, it's like a variant of clayden
Pick something that doesn't end in 'en'

RidersOnTheStorm Wed 30-Mar-16 06:58:39

Just no. Awful.

AutumnRose1988 Wed 30-Mar-16 07:10:19

Clayden and Jaylen confused

Not good :-'(

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VolvicTouchofFruit Wed 30-Mar-16 13:50:14

They're too similar. Also, I'm not keen on it! The NN, Jay, is okay, though! I think we just have different taste, regarding names. If you love it, use it smile

NoAdventureNoTime Wed 30-Mar-16 13:52:24

I know a Jaylen, lovely little boy, so not made up name in my bookconfused

TVC15 Wed 30-Mar-16 13:54:27

Are you the Katie/Kitty poster??

<<narrows eyes>>

Anyway, it's hideous.

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