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Old 08-04-11, 11:21 PM
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What Do YOu think of the name Jacoby or Brody?
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Old 08-05-11, 01:20 PM
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I like Brody better, as it will probably not me mispronounced. Jacoby can be sounded out more than one way and your son may spend his entire life correcting people! (Jack-a bee, ja KO bee, etc) Believe me-it is annoying! I have been correcting people about my formal first name forever!
If you like Jacoby, what about just Coby or Jacob?
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If you named him Jacob, you could call him Jacoby as a nickname. I like Brady better than Brody but that's because I have a kid named Brady, lol. I love Jacob, not so much Jacoby.
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