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Your baby's name is the second thing people ask following the birth of your baby - their gender being the first. 


And it is the one thing that can divide an entire family...


It is also the most important decision you will make in the first few weeks after welcoming Baby, and one that can take a lot of time and consideration. 


If you are looking to make an impression with your little one's name, why not take a little impression from the following 30: 




1. Aiden – meaning little fire


2. Blaine – meaning slender 


3. Bradford – meaning broad ford 


4. Connery – meaning child of the hunting dog keeper


5. Finley – meaning fair hero


6. Kingsley – meaning king's wood


7. Lennox – meaning elm trees


8. Liam – meaning strong protector


9. Quincy – meaning the fifth son 


10. Thompson – meaning son of Thom 


11. Tinsley – meaning barrow 


12. Orson – meaning bear cub


13. Reed - meaning red


14. Yates – meaning gatekeeper





1. Aubrey – meaning fair ruler of the Little People 


2. Avery – meaning wise 


3. Beatrice – meaning she who makes happy


4. Bronwyn – meaning fair blessed


5. Cora – meaning maiden


6. Echo – meaning sound


7. Ellison – meaning son of Elias 


8. Leah – meaning weary


9. Leighton – meaning from the town by the meadow


10. Nancy – meaning grace


11. Raven – meaning blackbird


12. Sadie – meaning princess


13. Sloane – meaning warrior


14. Violet – the colour violet 



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