By Cortney Moore

In exciting baby-related celebrity news, season 6 Bachelorette, Ali Fedotowsky, and her longtime boyfriend Kevin Manno, welcomed their first celebrity baby! The celebrity couple confirmed their daughter’s birth with UsMagazine.com, who also reports the couple named their firstborn Molly Sullivan Manno. Fedotowsky went on to explain the meaning behind her daughter’s name with Us, “Molly Sullivan is named after two very important women in our lives. My late grandmother, Molly Fedotowsky, and Kevin’s late grandmother, Eva Sullivan, will both live on in our little girl.” Surely this celebrity baby will be loved dearly!

This celebrity baby’s name has a lot of meaning! What are some ways to honor your family members with your baby’s name?

Cupid’s Advice:

Choosing your baby’s name is absolutely crucial, your baby will have to live with the name you choose for the rest of their life after all! If you have a family member that you may want to honor, naming your child after them might be a good option. Let Cupid help you decide on how to honor your family members with your baby’s name:

1. Right in the middle: You can always use a family member’s name as your baby’s middle name. This will allow you freedom to name your baby what you want and honor your family at the same time.

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2. Use a name blender: If you’re on the creative side, you can customize your baby’s name by blending different names together. You can honor multiple family members this way and also give your baby a unique name!

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3. Get inspired: You also don’t have to be too literal with your naming. You can still honor a family member by using their name as inspiration instead of re-using the same name. For example, you can name your baby Thea instead of Thelma.

Have you ever named your baby after a family member? Share your stories in the comments below!