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Choosing a name for your baby is one of the most important things you, as a mum, will do for your child. It may not be THE most important, but as it will stick with them for life, it is a fairly big deal! 

 

If you are due your little one in February, why not draw inspiration from the month of love... 

 

Girls:

1. Adora – meaning to adore or worship

 

2. Aiko – meaning little loved one

 

3. Amor – meaning love

 

4. Brisa – meaning beloved

 

5. Carys – meaning love

 

6. Desiree – meaning desire

 

7. Esmé – meaning love

 

8. Femi – meaning love me

 

9. Freya – the name of the Norse goddess of love and fertility

 

10. Gerwyn – meaning fair love

 

11. Imogen – meaning beloved child

 

12. Juliet – from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet

 

13. Mabel – meaning lovable

 

14. Maitea – meaning love

 

15. Neha – meaning cherished

 

 

Boys:

1. Connelly – meaning love and friendship

 

2. Dante – meaning everlasting

 

3. Darryl – meaning beloved

 

4. David – meaning beloved

 

5. Davis – meaning beloved

 

6. Erasmus – meaning beloved, desired

 

7. Eros – the god of love in Greek mythology

 

8. Kayleon – meaning loveable

 

9. Luben – meaning love

 

10. Lev – meaning heart

 

11. Lennan – meaning sweetheart

 

12. Romeo – from Romeo and Juliet

 

13. Sajan – meaning beloved

 

14. Thaddeus – meaning heart

 

15. Valentino – Well it is St Valentine’s Day after all

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