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  1. #11
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    Thanks for all the feedback! Still can't decide, but love all the positive ideas!

  2. #13
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    I ♥ it - it's a favorite of mine.
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  3. #15
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    Not a fan. It seems like the Jennifer lovers were looking for something fresh and zeroed in on Juniper. On a boy it's fresh but it's closeness to Jennifer and the nicknames June and Juni make it feel dated on girls

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  4. #17
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    So funny, I just came on here to start a post asking the same question!
    I have 8 weeks to go (don't know the sex), and have been loving Juniper all along - but just starting to second guess myself...

    My question is - I think Juniper is just gorgeous for a little girl, but can it grow up with her? Can you imagine a 35, 45, 55 year old Juniper?
    I can imagine an author/actress/designer/musician called Juniper, but will it wear as well if she wants to be an accountant/politician/merchant banker?

    My leaning is towards yes - I think it can be bouncy and fun for a little girl and elegant and sophisticated for a serious woman... just have to convince myself of this!
    Mum to Milo Mitchell... A big brother to August Henry or (insert girls name here!!) due on August 5

  5. #19
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    I think yes. If she's in a more stuffy, formal profession, she can just go by June, if she wants, which is 100% non-offensive. And then Juniper is just the quirky full name that occasionally shows up on official documents.

    Plus, I think by 2030, Juniper is not going to seem that odd...?

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