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    Oh my gosh, no way.

    What about Jax? If my DD was a boy she was going to be Jaxon, spelt that way because I loved the nickname Jax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    Personally I like it but that said my mind did go straight to the cleaner.
    Same here. Sorry op.

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    Another that thought of the cleaning agent here. Sorry, just not a fan.

    Jax is much better IMO.

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    I'm not a huge fan and did think of the cleaner but if u love it use it!! It's your baby, and once he is here its his name and people will get used to it.

    My DD is Rhiannon and people sometimes say 'oh is she named after Rihanna the singer?' 'Um no she is not named after a trashy popstar, it's a welsh name idiot!'

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    Yeah sorry, I think Ajax cleaner straight away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    Personally I like it but that said my mind did go straight to the cleaner.
    My thought as well. I have a friend whose son's full name is Jackson but they call him Jax.

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    Sorry, I don't like it either purely because of the cleaning products.
    Also, where I come from, Jax means toilet or bathroom.
    So both names wouldn't work for me.
    To each their own though

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    If it wasnt such an establisted brand I would say so for it... I have a friend who called her bubba the same name as the local bar.

    I would go for a similar sounding name that is still a little uncommon

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    Sorry - but it's too strongly associated with cleaning products for me.

    like PPs have suggested, maybe some variation of Jax??

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    Quote Originally Posted by pippi View Post
    My DD is Rhiannon and people sometimes say 'oh is she named after Rihanna the singer?' 'Um no she is not named after a trashy popstar, it's a welsh name idiot!'
    This made me laugh! My fave girls name is Taylor, and my sil said.. Like Taylor Swift? Gah, no. Not Taylor Swift at least another 10 years they will be unheard of

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