Are you a Jaxon, a Rylee, a Danyle or a Jorja?
Or, as a parent, have you christened a Klowee, Zaq, Jesyka, Kayleb, or even an Epponnee-Rae, in tribute to the double-barrelled bub of Kath and Kim fame?
'Creatively' spelt names have become all the rage in recent decades. Parents in favour see them as a celebration of uniqueness that will enable their children to stand out from the crowd.
But what's the story when the schoolroom is swapped for the workplace? Is an unconventionally-spelt moniker a help or a hindrance when climbing the corporate ladder? The former, says Mellissah Smith, the founder of Sydney and Atlanta-based consultancy Marketing Eye, who scored her name by accident, courtesy of her immigrant father. "Mum and dad couldn't spell," Smith says. "My father hardly spoke English – he's Croatian – and he filled in the birth certificate."