You want to name your daughter something pretty, but you also don’t want to be one of those people who just picks the first thing they find on a list. Fortunately, we have compiled this list of 11 hilarious tweets about girl names with J for you!
Jingle is always a good choice. (via @_aaronalynn)
“I would name my daughter Jingle if I was drunk.” -@_aaronalynn ??✌️ — Kylie (@KYLEESMILEYY) January 27, 2017 ??✨?♡?♥️☀️??❤️??😍💕👧♂️ girlnameswithj pic.twitter.com/PQcGXRbfUW — Sara Klossner (@saraklossner) July 23, 2018 ??—Sara Klossner –– 🇺🇸 girlnameswithj
Jazz might be spookier than you think. (via @sara_klossner)
“I have two daughters named Jazz and Janna, which is weird because I also live in Japan.” -@SaraKlossner ??☀️?💖— Sara Klossner –– 🌏??—Kyoko Kishida (@kyokomai) October 13, 2018 ??✨?♡?♥️☀️??❤️??😍💕👧♂️ #girlnameswithj pic.twitter.com/fuxNvOqFzt — Sara Klossner (@saraklossner) July 23, 2018
Joey might be a cute name. (via @maryamrkhan)
“I would’ve named my daughter Joey if I didn’t have to go with Josephine or Marie.” -@MaryAMRKhan 💖✨?♡?♥️☀️??❤️??😍💕👧♂️ girlnameswithj pic.twitter.com/zvXtUxhQg0 — Sara Klossner (@saraklossner) July 23, 2018 ??—Sara Klossner –– 🇺🇸 girlnameswithj
Jenna might be a pretty name. (via @jennareid)
“My daughter is Jenna, and I’ve always loved the name ever since it was my favorite character on Full House.” -@JennAReid 🙌🏻✨?♡?♥️☀️??❤️??😍💕👧♂️ girlnameswithj pic.twitter.com/hqkIiPtMvx — Sara Klossner (@saraklossner) July 23, 2018 ??—Sara Klossner –– 🇺🇸 girlnameswithj
Janine might sound like
I’d like to be a “Jacqui” for the day.
A new type of Jacks..Jacks-In-The-Box? What are your thoughts on these names and what do they make you think about? Share with us in the comment section below! 🙂
My name is pronounced jiek, not geek or jeck. I’m an american girl who was born here but my parents left me at birth because apparently it’s tradition in their culture
and they wanted a boy so that sucks really bad for me now cause i have no family except this one person im close with named kevin if he didnt come into my life then id probably be dead by now ive had some rough times
My name is pronounced jiek, not geek or jeck. I’m an american girl who was born here but my parents left me at birth because apparently it’s tradition in their culture and they wanted a boy so that sucks really bad for me now cause i have no family except this one person im close with named kevin if he didnt come into my life then id probably be dead by now ive had some rough times -Janine might sound like Jaxynne from the perspective of someone speaking to her- Janinnye? Or writing about her. I’d like to be a “Jacqui” for the day. A new type of Jacks..Jacks-In-The-Box.
For previous blogs posts, I was a “Janine”. Janinnye? Or writing about her. Now I’m more of a Jacqui.. A new type of Jacks..Jacks-In-The-Box. My name’s pronounced Jiek not Jeck or Geek ive had some pretty rough times but if it wasn’t for kevin i would be dead by now he always went out and got me things when my mom took off cause she wanted a boy instead so thats really nice sometimes we will play in the snow together and have snowball fights or just tell stories and hang out although they arent as fun without his sister there who is very lovely too
I like this one tweet:
“I’m a Janinnye and I like to eat food. My name is Jane.” – @JanineGreen
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“If you’re going to name your daughter the letter J, might as well give her a first initial that starts with an L.”
“Hey girl. You know what would make me really mad? If I found out my sister’s name was Jayden and not Jade.”
“This is how it feels when you find out your cousins are named Jaxson and Jasmine.” – @james_nolan87
“It should be illegal for people to have daughters who are both Jocelyn & Jordan because those names go together like peas in a pod!”
“I just saw someone wearing Jordans shoes at Walmart. It made me sad all day long (Drake reference)” – TD
“I just found out my classmate’s name is Jayden and I am so offended. She should’ve been named something more feminine.” – @HannahR_Dawson
More: This article would be great for parents who are considering a different first letter in their child’s name but want to keep the gender ambiguous. It also has tips on how you can make your daughter feel empowered with her own identity, even if she isn’t given an “innovative” or girlie enough name. If you’re looking for inspiration of names that start with J, here are some options: Jadelyn, Jocelynn, Jasminee. One thing to consider before naming your daughter anything other than Jane is that she might be called Janie or Jenny, which are more feminine names that come to mind first.
The article also lists some reasons why parents choose these unconventional girl names: “Some feel like the name is a tribute; others want their child’s name to stand out and not sound too ordinary.” Some examples of less common J names include: Jaclyn, Jalynn, Jerilyn.
More Articles You Might Like: Here are ten trending baby girl names for 2018. This list includes popular choices among different cultures as well as ethnicities from around the world! If you’re considering a traditional name with an unexpected twist this year, then one of our top 20 could be perfect for your daughter! Â We have both short names and long names, as well as a mix of traditional baby girl names with creative twists.
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