5 thoughts on “Say Hello to Kylan”

  1. Turns out Kel’s name is spelled Kel, not Kell, though I seem to have spelled it both ways throughout my blog entries until corrected today.

    They really ought to have a dictionary for names and insist that people stick to the correct spelling.

  2. Another wonderful photograph. Welcome Kylan!

    *Ahem* as well as being difficult to spell, Kylan is also, to me, genderless. As would Kel have been if you hadn’t supplied the word “brother”.

  3. With a name like “Loren” I was sensitive to that, too, but I’m a little surprised to hear that Kel has that connotation, too.

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