Jax?

(61 Posts)
AlfieBear87 Sat 01-Dec-12 21:17:14

We are expecting ds2 in April and DH has just said he LOVES the name Jax........I can't decide if I like it or not.

I've always wanted a little boy called Jack which DH hates so it would be a kind of compromise on that.

I think I like it but am worried that a) our family will do that one raised eyebrow and whispers behind our back for a few months, b) our ds1 is called Harry which is very 'normal' so not sure they go together and c) can see me introducing him to strangers and having to say "no not Jack, Jax....." which could get very annoying.

I love the fact that DH feels strongly about it as I felt that I had more say than him over ds1's name and he's been working abroad for a lot of this pregnancy so has missed scans and appts etc.

What do you guys think?

LoveYouForeverMyBaby Tue 04-Dec-12 13:54:42

I really like Jax! Go for it.

EIizaDay Tue 04-Dec-12 13:57:02

It's a big loud no from me.

seeker Tue 04-Dec-12 13:59:12

I'm really sorry, but the first thing that came into my head was "jacksie". I know the spelling's different, but.........

bigbluebump Tue 04-Dec-12 15:22:20

I'm not that keen on the look of Jax, but I do know a little boy called Jackson who gets called Jax/Jacks as a nickname.

sandberry Tue 04-Dec-12 15:29:58

I love Jax! odd because it is not my usual style of names at all but I really like it. I think if I were ever to use it, I would go for Jackson and use Jax as a short form though.

seeker Wed 05-Dec-12 10:58:56

Well, I don't understand why Jackson's a name either!

Lebkuchenlover Wed 05-Dec-12 11:37:42

I'm not keen on Jack/Jackson/Jax but don't think there is anything wrong with them, just not my taste.

Rhubarbgarden Wed 05-Dec-12 14:17:48

Another one who knows a Jacqueline known as Jax.

diabolo Wed 05-Dec-12 17:43:04

My DSis is a Jax (Jacqueline)

mathanxiety Thu 06-Dec-12 20:08:52

Yes Slainte, was going to post -- the jacks/jax is the loo in Ireland.

mathanxiety Thu 06-Dec-12 20:09:27

Pax is nice though...

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