Those seeking a modern name with British roots will adore Eldor. This pick is strong and sturdy and will give baby plenty of room to grow. It comes from the Old English word elder, as in the lush "elder tree." Eldor may have also emerged from aeld, meaning "fire," after the tree's hollow stems once used as bellows. Alternatively, you can think of Eldor as a fun way of teaching baby to respect their elders! Your little sprout will probably have an old soul and a green thumb.
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