There's a little story behind every baby name. You could pass down on a family name, or name your kid a fruit like "Apple." Or you could just add a bunch of extra letters.
There's a growing trend in America where people make names more convoluted and longer than necessary. Braiden become Braiydin. Aaron become Airynn. Michaela transforms into Makayla, Mickayla, Makeighla, and McKayla.
This trend is attributed to mommy bloggers, prep school graduates, and "basic" parents. I'm sure you're...
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