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Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" Jordyn is not a feminine name. Jordana is and isn't so close to Jayden. Jordyn is tryndeigh, misspelled, and bleh."


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All of this.

jinjubik Dubai, United Arab Emirates 166 posts
18th Mar '13

Too close to Jayden, I hate the spelling Jordyn because of that hideous 'Y', and I just don't like the name Jordan/yn for a girl. I've only known male Jordans. Jordana is the female variant, and I honestly don't even like that, but if that is the sound you're going for I think it's the best option.



However, I think Sophia Jordana sounds better than Jordana Sophia.

*B*~ Mommy~ 1 child; Jackson, Missouri 7466 posts
18th Mar '13

Not bad



Id prefer somethin more girly



Jocelyn Sophia
Jacqueline
Justine/justice
Jody/jodie/jodi

LPH TTC since Dec 2014; NO, OD, Ukraine 32130 posts
18th Mar '13
Quoting *B*~ Mommy~:" Not bad Id prefer somethin more girly Jocelyn Sophia Jacqueline Justine/justice Jody/jodie/jodi"


I hate Jocelyn/Josseline but that is a perfect suggestion.



even something that comes off as masculine but is totally legit like Jacobine is better then Jordyn.
Jessamine, Josiane are also great options OP.

Mommy of 3 ♦ Due June 30 (girl); 2 kids; Cumberland, Maryland 496 posts
19th Mar '13

Really?? Jordana?? Don't use that please lol. Op if you decide to use the name you choose I would change the spelling Jordan,Jorden,Jordin all look like better ways to spell it IMO.

Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
19th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Babygirl Cooking♥:</b>" Really?? Jordana?? Don't use that please lol. Op if you decide to use the name you choose I would change the spelling Jordan,Jorden,Jordin all look like better ways to spell it IMO."</blockquote>



Jordana is way better than Jordan/jorden

Mommy of 3 ♦ Due June 30 (girl); 2 kids; Cumberland, Maryland 496 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs.Dani:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Babygirl Cooking♥:</b>" Really?? Jordana?? Don't use that ... [snip!] ... Jordan,Jorden,Jordin all look like better ways to spell it IMO."</blockquote> Koreans is way better than Jordan/jorden"

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Mrs.Dani Due July 3; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Oxnard, California 10272 posts
19th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Babygirl Cooking♥:</b>" :?:"</blockquote>



Oh my god... I hate auto-correct but that was funny as hell.

Mommy of 3 ♦ Due June 30 (girl); 2 kids; Cumberland, Maryland 496 posts
19th Mar '13

Oh. IMO,I don't like the way that "Jordana" sounds ..ehh

LPH TTC since Dec 2014; NO, OD, Ukraine 32130 posts
19th Mar '13
Quoting Mrs.Dani:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Babygirl Cooking♥:</b>" Really?? Jordana?? Don't use that ... [snip!] ... Jordan,Jorden,Jordin all look like better ways to spell it IMO."</blockquote> Jordana is way better than Jordan/jorden"



IDC about Jordan/Jordana but both are a million times better then Jordyn. Jordyn looks ghastly.

Ma Belle Due November 7; 1 child; Toronto, Ontario 895 posts
19th Mar '13

I do agree it's too close to your other childs name IMO. I'm assuming you want to include a Y because all you other childrens names start with a J and have a Y in them so most of the suggestions wouldn't fit.



What about Jacquelyne? That is proper spelling, and includes a Y.



I tried searching for J names that include a Y and got:
Jayla
Jayne (pronounced Jane)
Jocelyn
Jenny
Journey
Joy
Judy

MontanaMadness 2 kids; Small Town, MT, United States 4402 posts
20th Mar '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Jayden&Joey'sMommy+1:</b>" Jordyn Sophia :) What do you think?"</blockquote>




It is way to close Jayden and Joey . It's cute spelled Jordan without the y. With the y it looks silly and missspelled.

RosieRose Due August 30; 1 child; Michigan 1381 posts
21st Mar '13

It's okay, it seems really 90's outdated but maybe it's coming back in style?