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Too much... vs. FROZEN??

Hey there! Kylee here :) 2010 was a tough year for me, but at the end of it all, on December 31, 2010, I had a beautiful baby girl! And with your guys’ help, she now has a beautiful name, Elsie Mae. She is often called Elsa, just because it is a nn for Elsie. But in August of 2013, I found out I was having another baby, a girl! I was so excited and decided to name her Anna (NOT pronounced like Ana) after my mom. After some thinking, Anna Renee was her name. But then, people started calling me a "Frozen" lover, and quite honestly I never knew the movie until my friend took me to see it 2 weeks ago. It shocked me that the girls names were Elsa and Anna (even though Anna in the movie is pronounced Ana). I had plans and now their ruined, because I don’t want people to think I was naming them after the movie. So after some thinking, maybe I could change Anna’s name to Annaleigh Renee? Or Annalee or whatever. But I loved the Anna! Can you please help me? Thank you! Kylee

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Too much... 0% (0 votes)
Frozen?? 100% (1 votes)

Comments

What about Annelise?
posted by guest :: 2014-03-23 15:57:15 | report
Good thing Anna has a lot of variants:

Annabelle
Annaliese
Annabeth
Adrianna
Arianna
Annabella
Annie
Hanna
Anya
Ania

Annalee also works, but I would do a double name, Anna Leigh or hyphenate it Anna-Leigh just because it looks better. If you don’t like that, Annaleigh would be best. GL!
posted by guest: Abby :: 2014-03-23 15:59:23 | report
I would just stop calling Elsie by Elsa and name your new daughter Anna or Anne.
posted by guest :: 2014-03-23 17:25:29 | report

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