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  1. #1
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    Sep 2013
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    Wink Help name our baby girl!

    Our baby girl is due in November and we continue to go back and forth between four names. We want a name that's not too common, but not too unique that its difficult. Our list includes:

    Cora
    Jocelyn
    Reese
    Madison
    We aren't too positive about Madison since its become so popular lately.

    What are your thoughts?! Help!

  2. #3
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    Oct 2012
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    Nebraska
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    Cora- I really like this; its cute and feminine but not frilly. Corinne is a similar name, that Cora could be the nickname of.
    Jocelyn- This one is okay. Joss is a cute nickname, but I've always preferred Jocasta.
    Reese- I really don't see the appeal to this name; it really lacks personality to me.
    Madison- This is a very popular name, and I've never been a fan.

    Combo's:
    Cora Madison
    Cora Jocelyn
    Jocelyn Reese
    Madison Reese
    Madison Cora
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  3. #5
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    I absolutely love Jocelyn - it's very feminine & classy. I also really like Cora (but I prefer Cordelia personally). Reese always reminds me of Reese Witherspoon. Madison is one of those names I've never really liked, too trendy & the -son ending always makes me think of it as a boy's name, even though it's more popular for girl's now.

  4. #7
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    Feb 2013
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    Cora is absolutely my favourite here. It's gorgeous, feminine and classy. You could pair a longer middle name with it too; e.g.:
    Cora Jocelyn
    Cora Felicity
    Cora Evangeline
    Best of luck!
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  5. #9
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    Jul 2013
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    Cora or Reese is my pick.

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