English: I love my boyfriend forever!
Spanish: Amo a my novio para siempre!
English: I'll love you forever. In Spanish it is called "Te amaré por siempre".
adiós para siempre
You and me together forever my love in spanish is: tu y yo juntos para siempre mi amor
te amaré y pensaré en ti para siempre
Verano in Spanish is "summer" in English.
Norte in Spanish is "north" in English.
¡Bella! in Spanish is "Beautiful!" in English.
Treinta in Spanish is "30" in English.
"Father" in English is padre in Spanish.
Cosas dulces para tu novio is a Spanish equivalent of the English phrase "sweet things to your boyfriend." The phrase translates literally as "sweet things for your boyfriend." The pronunciation will be "KO-sas DOOL-seys PA-ra too NO-vyo" in Uruguayan Spanish.
"Evening" in English means tarde in Spanish.
Names are usually not translated. In any case, "Daniel" is a common name both in English and in Spanish.