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  1. #6
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    Jan 2012
    Would you be willing to go the- Josephine (nn Josie), Jolie, Johanna, route? Much prettier options that way I think.

  2. #8
    Join Date
    Jan 2012
    I know a Ciara Jo. I'm not totally sure if I like the trend, it sounds really country. But still, it can be really pretty on some girls.

  3. #10
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    United States of America
    Melinda + Brandon since July 27, 2013
    Stepmom to Shelley J.
    Auntie to Richard "Mason", Alexander Thomas, Tanner Andrew, & Jackie Juliet
    Girls: Elisabeth/Isabelle Yun, Juliet Susanne, Rosalie Katherine, Miranda, Josephine, Natalie, Adriana
    Boys: Ammon Xavier, Matthew Craige, William Clifton, Benjamin, Spencer, Henry, Emmett

  4. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    I have a co-worker named Kelia (kell-ee-a), which is a nice alternative. I agree that "Jo" as part of a first name does tend to have a sort of "hillbilly" sound but I knew a Sarah Jo and never thought that about her name (though I'm not a fan of Sarah). I prefer Josephine, nn Jo/ JoJo personally, or a "Jo" middle name (i.e. Ella Josephine nn Ellie Jo).
    Favorite Names:
    Elowen Olympia, Ramona June / Ramona Lux, Agatha Pearl, Cosima Valentine, Magnolia Simone, Ozma Winter
    Rory Valentine, Atlas Grey, Omri North, Cedar Graham, Emrys Odin

    Love my kitty, Clementine Margot

  5. #14
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    New York State
    I'm not crazy about something-Jo names, but I like the idea of Josephine as a middle name instead, or Kelly as a middle name could work.

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