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  1. #1
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    Help with a baby girl name!

    We have been putting off baby names for while now but with 8 weeks to go, I think it's time to figure this out. I am hoping you can help me. My husbands father passed away a few years back- his name was Jerome. Also my aunt passed away and her name was Joyce. Both families would like to see the baby have a "J" name in honor of them but I can't find a J name I really love. Our current favorite J name is Josie but my husband is also open to using a non-J name. What do you think of these, and do you have any suggestions? I want something not too common but still easy to spell/pronounce. After we figure this out then we can deal with middle names

    Josie
    Josette, we would call her Josie
    Josephine/Josefine/Josefina, we would call her Josie
    Juliette
    Rowen (husband is a redhead and this means "little red head" so I thought it would be cute if the baby has red hair, though I think I prefer if for a boy- maybe we should save it for a future son?)
    Adelaide, would call her Addie
    Piper
    Clementine
    Amelia
    Talia
    Maisie- used to be my favorite but a good friend just used it so I think it's off the list
    Ophelia
    Lucy

  2. #3
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    Jasmine, Jade, Joie are options. I love Juliette Ophelia from your list!

  3. #5
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    I am into honoring family members with naming children so I would say go for it using a J name. I especially like Josette nn Josie or Josephine nn Josie. Also, Juliette is very pretty. rkrd offered some great J names like Jasmine, Jade, and Joie (especially love Jasmine!).

    Other J names

    Jocelyn
    Julia (although this is my name so I might be biased, I will say I rarely meet anyone with my name, which is a plus!)

  4. #7
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    Jessamine nn Jessa?

    Josephine Joy works if you don't mind alliteration.
    Last edited by emsky; July 3rd, 2013 at 12:52 PM.

  5. #9
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    I like these names from your list...

    Josephine (I would use a longer form with the nn Josie as it gives your daughter more options as she matures)
    Juliette
    Adelaide
    Clementine
    Amelia
    Lucy
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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