10 Things Every Boys Names That Start With L Lover Should Know

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Boys names that start with L are a little bit different than other boys names. They often have more of a laid back attitude, and they’re always down for an adventure. If you’re in love with someone who has the name Landon or Lance, this post is for you! Here are 10 things every boy name that starts with “L” lover should know.

Add Landon and Lance to your list of popular baby names for boys.

Boys with the name “Logan” are usually known as leaders who have a lot of friends, but also tend to be shy at times. They’re extremely protective over their loved ones and can sometimes come off as rude if they don’t know you well enough.

Matthew is typically a guy that’s classically handsome with great hair–and he knows it! Although he has an arrogant personality, his confidence makes him hard not to like. It’s just too bad there aren’t more Matthews in Hollywood these days.. 😔😭✨💕❤️- Natalie (Natalie)

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For one thing, there’s “Lover” and “Laver”. The second word is always spelled with an E except when it starts with L.. but I have nothing else to say on that topic! So let’s move onto something more interesting- like how to pronounce these names for boys starting with L! As you know from my last episode of (name), some people will try to make fun of their pronunciation by calling them things like Lyer or Lavar – which is nonsense because they’re pronounced Lawyer and Laver respectively.

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For one thing, there’s “Lover” and “Laver”. The second word is always spelled with an E except when it starts with L.. but I have nothing else to say on that topic! So let’s move onto something more interesting- like how to pronounce these names for boys starting with L! As you know from my last episode of __ (name), some people will try to make fun of their pronunciation by calling them things like Lyer or Lavar – which is nonsense because they’re pronounced Lawyer and Laver respectively.

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A lot of people love being a L lover.

Lover is an important part of every day, and so it’s only natural to get attached to the name you’ve chosen for your baby boy. As soon as I found out what my son was going to be called, I started imagining how he would react when someone said his new name aloud for the first time or if they saw him wearing something that said “I’m A” on it in black marker with lines drawn through “a.” It quickly became clear that everything about naming our little guy had changed now that we knew what his identity was supposed to be: He wasn’t just named after one letter anymore; he was The One With That Name. And while I’m not going to tell you what it is, I can say that the first time he said his name and realized who he was supposed to be from now on made me cry tears of joy.

Here are ten things every L lover should know:

Lover’s identity doesn’t have anything to do with how they act or feel about themselves in any way; love for yourself comes before anything else.

There might come a day when your child will want to change their name (or make up one) because they’re old enough and strong enough to recognize that feeling like everything revolves around them isn’t just annoying – it feels suffocating too. And if this day does happen, please don’t get mad.

It’s okay to not have a name picked out for your child yet, but the more time you spend thinking about it and talking with them, the better they will know themselves.

You’re never going to get all of their clothing monogrammed – there are just too many options nowadays! And that’s totally okay because clothes last longer than names anyway (sometimes). But if you do want something personalized, like a pillow or some other knick-knack from Etsy, go ahead and ask them what kind of font they would be into before ordering anything in case it doesn’t suit their aesthetic taste buds.

If this is your first baby on board then just wait until you hear those first cries because you are going to be blown away by how different they sound from the first time. But if this is your second or third child, then just keep in mind that there could be a huge difference between their cry and tone of voice with regards to what kind of mood they’re in. Don’t buy anything too expensive for them before seeing them! Babies might look like an angel in pictures but when you see them up close it’s a whole different ball game (pun intended). I know it’s hard not to go nuts when you walk into Target though – mine were so tiny that all the clothes fit on my hand at once, and now they have these big heads compared to meh-sized one 🙁

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