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  1. #11
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    Feb 2012
    I absolutely vote Jane Carina! I love the nn Janie SO much and according to what you said, so do you. I think since you love it almost more than Jane in general that you should just do Janie Lilian but I can see where you would want a more age-fitting name when you're applying for a job and such.

    I also like Devon but I think it should be spelled Devin or Devyn for a girl so it doesn't sound or seem/look so masculine. As a full name I like Devyn Margo.

    I think Emma is pretty but I think it's almost to plain and should be a nn for a longer name such as Emmeline which I think is very cute! I think you could use Emmeline Carina nn Emma. In fact (I know this is weird, but true) Emma is rated 2nd most popular for 2013 baby girl names, where Emmeline isn't even in the top 100, so.
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  2. #13
    Join Date
    Sep 2011
    SF Bay Area
    Jane seems like the clear choice. Janie is adorable, and also ages well!
    Jane Carina is gorgeous, but Jane Margo is spunky too.
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  3. #15
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Devon seems overly dramatic to me; I'd prefer Deva, but that sounds like Diva, right? Well, that's the feeling I get from Devon, too.

    Jane and Emma are down to earth, breaths of fresh air. And as for the popularity, I don't think I can get sick of fresh air.

    I think Emma Jane is an adorable, great pairing, but you have middle names you'd like to use. My suggestions are:

    Emma or Jane Lillian, because the others don't sound right with it (Emma Margo, Jane Margo), or don't compliment it in style (Emma Carina, Jane Carina).
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  4. #17
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    I like Jane, too. It seems fresher than Emma right now, and more feminine than Devon. I'm not a big fan of unisex names. Jane Carina is a lovely combo.
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  5. #19
    Join Date
    Jun 2011
    Definitely Jane! I love Jane Margo.

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