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Thread: Is it really too dated?
June 28th, 2013 08:53 PM #31Senior Member
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Heather for our daughter despite its popularity while we were growing up. There are relatively few Jennifers and Heathers running around nowadays and I would find the names refreshing next to little Madisons and Kennedys.Mom to Sylvia Caron and Linus Roman
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June 28th, 2013 08:55 PM #33
As a Jennifer born in the early 90s, maybe I can offer a little insight.
I am 19 years old, and the youngest Jennifer I know. I was one of two Jennifers in my whole high school. At the university I attend, I have only met two other Jennifers. I have always been the only Jennifer at the places I've worked.
I love my name. I just think it sounds really interesting and pretty. I wouldn't change my name if I could. I just wish people would stop talking about how horrible it is. There is a reason so many people have chose to name their daughters Jennifer. It is a beautiful name.♥19 year old name lover♥
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June 29th, 2013 11:47 PM #35Senior Member
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I like Jennifer too! I don't know if I would use it though, but it's really nice and super pretty. No weird nicknames, the name itself is nothing too popular as far as I know. I say go for it, it doesn't sound dated to me. I know a few adult Jennifer's but I know a Jennifer who is going into grade 6 and one going into grade 3.Shealah
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