We like Jordyn but think it’s become too common. I love Josephine but because the mn is James, my husband doesn’t want the fn to be a boy name (Joey). Also, our daughters have a close friend that her name is Josephine (nn Joey). We are set on the initials and mn name so trying to find a fn to go with it that starts with “J”. Not as easy as it sounds
I actually know a Raelynn and it was one of my choices. She is one of the sweetest, most well-behaved toddlers I’ve ever known and I love the name.
OK, I was immediately drawn to almost ALL of the names on your second list, but I love unisex names. But my favorites were, in no order, Dakota Kenzie, Elliot Ava, and Sailor Ryelle.
I love Sawyer. You could use a “girlie” middle name with it like Sawyer Jane or Sawyer Reese. Sawyer Elizabeth or Sawyer Kate…
I like Annika Zoe. Zoe is a beautiful name but I know 3 child/baby Zoe/Zoi/Zoey’s. When my girls’ were born, I named one Izabelle, even though the name was gaining in popularity. Every year that she has been in school, she has had another Izabelle/Isabel/Isabella in her class and she hates it. Her twin has a different, uncommon name and she always wishes her name was different, too. Go figure
I also love Jameson and think it sounds best with Larry. And, I think Noelle is a beautiful name anyway, but it sounds the prettiest with Sandra from your choices. Good luck!
I’m not crazy about Matilda but like Romy. One of my girls’ is named Izabelle (I know, really common now) but I hate the name Izzy. I had a few people that initially insisted on calling her that and I just as strongly insisted that they not. They eventually stopped after a few months and call her Belle, which is what she prefers.