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- Edwin Ayala Leon to Rigoberto Ayala and Adriana Leon, Mundelein. Brother of Adrian Ayala. Grandparents: Pedro Ayala and Maria G. Zamudio, Mundelein; Antonia Olivares and Gaspar Leon, Mexico City, Mexico. Great-grandparents: Julio Ayala and Tomasa Hernandez, Juana Sanchez and Antonio Olivares, all of Mexico City, Mexico.

- Ivette Aguilar, Feb. 1 to Dulce Hernandez and Antonio Aguilar, North Chicago. Grandparents: Miguel and Salvadora Aguilar, North Chicago; Mariano Hernandez and Francisca Mendizabal, Mexico City, Mexico.

- Stacia Amann, Feb. 2 to Patricia Amann, Zion. Sister of Hayley Guillen. Grandparents: Ronald and Jeanette Amann, Beach Park. Great-grandmother: Nieta Hella, Beach Park.

- Garv Jaimin Patel, Feb. 3 to Kundan and Jaimin Patel, Lake Villa. Grandparents: Hansaben and Kanubhai Patel, Hansaben and Gunvantbhai Patel, all of Lake Villa.

- Ayden Joseph Acevedo, Feb. 4 to George Acevedo and Joann Johnson, Round Lake Beach. Brother of Delaney Johnson and Alyssa Acevedo. Grandparents: Ruben and Virginia Acevedo, Mundelein; Debbie Smith, Elgin; Henrey Johnson, Waverly, Ky. Great- grandparents: Joanne Bavaro, James Bavaro, both of Chicago.

- Carlos Rojo, Feb. 4 to Carlos Rojo and Oralia Flores, Round Lake Beach. Grandparents: Paula and Victorino Rojo, Cipriano and Fernanda Flores, all of Mexico City, Mexico.

- Leighton Thomas Boll, Feb. 5 to Christopher and Stephanie Boll, Round Lake Beach. Brother of Morgan. Grandparents: Thomas and Nancy Boll, Sherwood, Wis.; Jerome and Mary Leiger, Neenah, Wis. Great-grandparents: Leonard Geiger, Peter and Edith Ketschek, all of Appleton, Wis.

- Janey Jacqueline Hahnlein, Feb. 5 to Michelle and Jeff Hahnlein, Lake Villa. Sister of Austin and Sabrina. Grandparents: Steve and Jacqueline Dayenian, Grayslake; Richard and Joyce Hahnlein, McHenry.

- Dailyn Cordero Ramirez, Feb. 5 to Leticia Edit Cordero Ramirez, Round Lake. Grandparents: Leticia Ramirez and Felipe Cordero, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Great-grandparents: Rosario Vega, Maria de la paz Vega, both of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.

- Ayden Michael James Ward, Feb. 5 to Matthew and Stacy Ward, Park City. Grandparents: Larry and Ludean Welch, North Chicago; Harold and Joann Ward, Waterman, Ill. Great-grandparents: Vernia Ward, Greeneville, Tenn.; Bob and Vada Welch, Park City.

- Mia Cynthia Pfeiffer, Feb. 6 to Scott and Sue Pfeiffer, Lindenhurst. Grandparents: Rod and Faith Pfeiffer, Joseph and Emilia Miceli, all of Kenosha, Wis. Great-grandmother: Triesta Perfetti, Des Plaines.

- Giovanni Devone Robinson, Feb. 6 to Randall Robinson and Shawralsa Hawkins. Brother of Davieon and Kamanah Hawkins. Grandparents: Willie Ann and Ellie Brown Robinson, Milwaukee, Wis.; Kimberly Lee Shelley, Tony Simpson, both of Waukegan. Great- grandparents: Maebelle Robinson, Milwaukee, Wis.; Edna Shelley, Ida Simson, both of Waukegan.

- Jasmine Rose Vela, Feb. 6 to Ashley Rose Fyffe and Alfredo Vela, Round Lake Beach. Sister of Victoria Fyffe. Grandparents: Cheri and Jim Fyffe, Lake Bluff; Miguel and Josefina Vela, De Juntos de Rios, Zacatecas, Mexico. Great-grandparents: Ron and Shirley Linstead, Round Lake Beach; Ana Cleta, De Juntos de Rios, Zacatecas, Mexico.

- Lauren Grace Kingsley, Feb. 7 to Chad and Jennifer Kingsley. Sister of Colin. Grandparents: Charles and Mari Kingsley, Glenview; Sue King, Naperville; Richard and Gemma Thalman, Highland Park.

- Maximus Lucius Marvel, Feb. 7 to Tim and Rennie Marvel, Rantoul, Ill. Grandparents: Dennis and Molly Marvel, McHenry; Charles and Nancy Lucius, Wauconda.

- Eddie Jaden Hill, Feb. …

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