Originally Posted by tntmom
Our ds is Teegan - not particularly using the correct Irish spelling but that's okay. My husband's initial's are TNT and I thought that was so fun so we just started weeding through "T" names.....and we went more traditional for the middle name Nicholas (which is also dh middle name). I know there are a few other Teegan's in our area - some girls, some boys. Some with the spelling Teagan.....to me Teagan seems more feminine. Don't know why though!
I love the TNT initials.
We took Teagan and changed it to Taegan. I checked out an Irish baby name site, and the pronunciation chart showed Teague to be pronounced "Tayg" and I liked that pronunciation better. But, I knew if we spelled it Teagan it would always be Teee-gan. So we changed the spelling. But I like both ways of pronouncing it. And I love the meaning... poet. It's funny how popularity changes. In the 2007 list, Teagan had one of the biggest popularity jumps (not too high overall, but a big increase can mean it will become popular). Then in 2008, it had decreased a lot in popularity. Fickle.