First time mama here! We are pretty seriously considering naming our daughter Thea (pronounced Thee-uh) Jordan but I like to hear all sides of things, all the pros and cons, before I make a big decision like this. In the other forum I participate in, a couple of people mentioned that it can be pronounced Tee-uh or Tay-uh, but I think this might be somewhat regional/cultural? I have never heard either pronunciation, unless it was actually spelled Tia or Tea. Jordan is a given, we are 100% using this for her middle name no matter what the first name ends up being. Jordan is after my little brother who passed away unexpectedly when he was 13.
Things we like about Thea Jordan:
1. Thea is short and sweet; our last name is a mouthful.
2. Thea is feminine without being too trendy
3. We aren't a fan of nicknames, but would be ok if she chose in the future to go by TJ or Jordan
What are your thoughts? Throw them at me. If you don't like it, tell me why!!