Dad, mom, "awouar" for "goodbye" ... 2 years ago, this is the only bag of words that your apprentice speaker seems to have. A little light? Rest assured, he is not the only one to delay speaking and that does not prevent him from knowing how to communicate. His cousins, his crèche friends ... you noticed that some young people of his age were beginning to formulate real sentences.
Although birth peaks have always existed, they have changed and moved over the centuries, influenced more by sociological and historical factors than by climatic parameters. More births between January and April to the seventeenth century Babies conceived in the spring. The increase of designs from April has long been interpreted as an ode to nature.
Origin of first name: Latins Meaning of first name: The name Beatrix is of Latin origin. It comes from the word "beatus" which means "happy" or "makes happy". Celebrities: The most famous is undoubtedly the naturalist and English writer Beatrix Potter (1866-1943). Known for his children's books with animals, especially the famous Peter Rabbit.
Origin of the name: Latins Meaning of the name: Breton form of Eleonore, Aanor comes from "enor" which means "honor" and Latin "lenire" which means "to soften". Celebrities: Aanor, daughter of King Brest and wife of King Gaëlo, Hoël II in the sixth century, Aanor de Saint-Valéry, wife of Robert III of Dreux in 1210.
Origin of the first name: Italians, Latins Meaning of the first name: Variant feminine Adrien, Adrianna comes from the Latin hadrianus, term designating the natives of the city Celebrities: The French athlete Adrianna Lamalle and the Franco-Austrian actress Adrianna Gradziel. Among Adriana Adriana's celebrities Adriana Karembeu, Adriana Karembeu, Italian soprano Adriana Maliponte, Italian actress Adria Ugarte, Bulgarian actress Adriana Budevska (d. 1955), Adriana Brodsky from Argentina ... Officer in the army of Emperor Galère, Adrien Nicomedia fervently applied the edicts of the persecution of Christians established by Diocletian.
Origin of first name: Italians Meaning of first name: Antonio is a given name from the Greek "anthonomos" which means "who feeds on flowers". Derived from the name Antoine, Antonio also comes from the Latin "antonius" which is translated as "inestimable". Celebrities: The Italian violinist and composer Antonio Lucio Vivaldi (1678-1741), the politician Antonio Gramski (1891-1937) long head of the Italian Communist Party, the Spanish actor and director Antonio Banderas (Desperado, The Mask of Zorro) , Italian footballer and coach Antonio Conte.