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July 15th, 2013 05:21 PM #11
I really love Josephine, Caleb, and Owen together! I think they're fab together. I also love Josephine, Caleb, and Everett (love, love, love!), but I'm very likely biased, as Caleb and Everett are my top 2, and Josephine is also on my list. They seem perfect together.
As an American, I very much like Rafferty, and I think Josephine, Caleb, and Rafferty are lovely, as well. I suppose it depends on the American? It's a really cool name, and Raff/Rafe are really cool nns. Personally, I like Owen and Everett much better for you, but Rafferty is really cool and I'd love to meet a little boy with the name.
A few other ideas:
Josephine, Caleb, and Lucian
Josephine, Caleb, and Felix
Josephine, Caleb, and August (love!)
Josephine, Caleb, and George
Josephine, Caleb, and Asher
Josephine, Caleb, and Oliver
Josephine, Caleb, and Dominic
Josephine, Caleb, and Declan (I realize it's dated in the UK, but I really love it with Josephine and Caleb, and I think it's a great name in general)
Josephine, Caleb, and Elias
Josephine, Caleb, and Elliot
Josephine, Caleb, and Emmett
Josephine, Caleb, and Phineas
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July 15th, 2013 06:58 PM #13Junior Member
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July 15th, 2013 07:05 PM #15Senior Member
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London girl here.
Owen: Yes there's multiple spellings, but in London at least Owen is by far the most common, and the default. The variants are more found in Welsh/Scottish/Irish families or those with heritage of such.
Judah: I find Judah a bit too close to Judas, though I find Jude a bit too nicknamey.
Reuben: Love this. No idea what a Reuben sandwich is, it's not a thing here, and most people would know how to spell it. Plus it's got nn Ben as well if it proves too difficult for anyone, though it really shouldn't.
Rafferty: I always think of a really scruffy guy when I hear this name, it looks like raggety to me. I think most people in London would get the name and be able to spell it though.
Reuben or Owen would be my picks of your list.
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