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There has always been something maternal about me. I have always had a special bond with younger children whether that has to do with where I sit in the line of Grandchildren in my family or if I was lucky enough to just get along with children naturally.

However, all I had ever wanted since I was a little girl was to grow up, go to University, get married and have a beautiful family of my own. One day I hope I will be lucky enough to get that but until then here's "Part 1" of Future Children names I would like to use...

BOYS EDITION:

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#1: Phoenix Samuel - Phoenix is a Greek name which means "A bird that built its own pyre and then was reborn from the ashes." And Samuel is a Hebrew name which means "Name of God; asked of God; heard by God." Together I think would make a perfect name for a first born son.

#2: Joesph: In Hebrew the name Joseph means "May Jehovah add/give increase." As in the Bible Joseph was sold into slavery by his Brothers but later rose to become a Supreme Power in Egypt.

#3: John: The meaning of John in Hebrew is "Jehovah has been gracious; has shown favor." Overall is just a perfect name for a little boy.

#4: Dusty: Dusty is a English name which means "Brave Solider". Despite the names above which are more commonly known I tend to like unique names that are different and not generic.

#5: Malachi: Has a beautiful meaning for a biblical name. In Hebrew Malachi means "My messenger or My angel." A name that I hope to use in the future.

#6: Arlo: Despite having multiple origins for this name in Old English the meaning of Arlo happens to mean "Fortified Hill." To define the word Fortified it means to strengthened or protected.

#7: Forest: Forest just happens to be one of those names that many people would never consider for a child but it's uniqueness is one of the reasons why I love it so much and would like to use it for a boy one day.

#8: Freddie: Freddie is from Germanic languages and is a nickname of Frederick and means "calm monarchy." Frederica, the feminine version of Frederick is commonly used within the royalty.

#9: Abel: There are many meanings to the name depending on what language it is given in. For the Hebrew meaning of the name Abel it means "Breathing." As it is derived from the word 'Hebel' which means 'Breath'.

#10: Xavier: Xavier is a name of Spanish origin and means " Bright; Splendid; New House."

Now here are the first ten boy names that one day I would love to use for my sons, however I know I won't have ten sons to use every name I have written down. As I was writing this article I realized how many of my name choices have so biblical reference, completely unintentional.

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NEXT UP: GIRLS EDITION!