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(16 Posts)
nelly83 Wed 25-May-11 22:29:37

Loving the name Caleb at the mo. What do u think about it? Thanks x

ThatllDoPig Wed 25-May-11 22:31:07

Love it!
Classic and somehow comfy

BibiBelle Wed 25-May-11 22:32:17

we liked it, DD1 would have been either Caleb or Corin had she been bluesmile

Climbthewall Wed 25-May-11 22:39:35

I used to really like it but this vile chavvy girl i know named her son that and it put me off completely

MelinaM Wed 25-May-11 23:06:37

^Same here, and Callum too!

Corin is lovelysmile

EduStudent Wed 25-May-11 23:30:17

Like it. Know a grown up one and he is lovely [biased]

Edmundo Wed 25-May-11 23:33:44

I often read it as Celeb. I dislike it.

Galena Thu 26-May-11 19:51:30

My nephews are Callum and Caleb! grin

Love the names.

belgo Thu 26-May-11 19:52:30

I like the name and meaning of Callum, but not Caleb.

LadyOfTheCuntryManor Thu 26-May-11 20:09:48

Lovely. Nice Biblical name.

GirlWithTheMouseyHair Fri 27-May-11 21:57:13

love it, one of my best friend's in uni was called Caleb, we're considering it for dc2

blushingm Fri 27-May-11 22:13:42

i think of caleb followil - which isn't a bad thing wink

PersonalClown Fri 27-May-11 22:15:39

I wanted to name DS Caleb. Have loved it since I saw American Gothic.

I wish I didn't allow myself to be bullied into changing it when he was born.

TooManyBlossoms Fri 27-May-11 22:16:29

I don't like it, but only because it reminds me of that creepy programme on a few years ago...American Gothic was it?

IWantToBeAFairyWhenIGrowUp Sat 28-May-11 13:23:52

Lovely name.

Jezabelle Sat 28-May-11 17:14:37

Not keen through association. I love Caelan though, which is just a bit different! Galic meaning Nicholas apparently.

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