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What is Mrs. Claus' FIRST name?

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Nora

Olive is what a Mrs. Claus said from England ... where does that come from?

Mrs. claus first name can be what you want, there are book versions, movie versions , Holly from santa school. etc. there are traditional ones , I made up one... Crystal from the thought of crystals hanging off the castle.

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Shannon

My Mrs' name is Mary, so I like to joke that her maiden name was Christmas... Mary Christmas y'all!

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Michael Rielly

I found this on Wikipedia.

Mrs. Claus is the wife of Santa Claus. Unlike Santa Claus, however, she does not have a counterpart in folklore or mythology, but was the creation of American authors. She was popularized by poet Katharine Lee Bates in Bates' poem, "Goody Santa Claus on a Sleigh Ride" (1889). The character has since appeared in story, film, television and other media.

Of course, when I am asked, I always say I call her "Dear", "Mama", or "Sweetheart"

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Mrs. Schotsi Claus

Schotsi biggrin.gif as in Mrs. Schotsi Claus !!

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Santa-MD

Schotsi biggrin.gif as in Mrs. Schotsi Claus !!

Good answer. Besides, wasn't the name of Sgt Schultz's toy company Schotsi, in Hogan's Heroes? Perfect! (OK, it was Schatzi, but very close.) :popcorn:

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Santa Mike P

My Mrs. Claus's name IS Virginia and she does believe in me.

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Kona

Mine is Kathi or Momma Claus

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Felix Estridge

My Mrs. Claus's first name is "Honey Babe".

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SCSanta
:mrmrsclaus2:My Mrs. Claus had a name change. It used to be "Alright already!" Now it's "Yes Dear!" :yes::lol2:
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I Believe

I like 'dear'...to me, that says it all!

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Santa Jim of RI

I have heard that Mrs. Claus was called Martha as well as Mary. In the children's movie "Santa Claus comes to Town" Mrs Claus name is Jessica and she used to be the school teacher in the town.

I have had many children ask me what Mrs. Claus name is and I remind them of the movie. I make a game out of it and ask them what color hair she once had and then what did she do for work before she met me as a young elf.

This really gets the children thinking and most of them recall her from that movie.

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Santa Ron M

Mine is veronica

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Santa Bill

My Mrs Claus is Christa or Chris. If Mrs Claus is not with me I will some time use the movie as well.

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Eileen Strom

Pretty much whatever you want - I have heard Mary, Holly the most tho.

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Merry Claus

There is a wealth of information regarding the First Name of Mrs. Claus on Wikipedia.org ( http://en.wikipedia....wiki/Mrs._Claus ) Check it out! Looks like many people have "made up" names for Mrs. Claus with no historical basis. So ... you too can "make it up". Whatever you'd like. I've chosen Merry Claus ... I saw it somewhere in a book one time ... they spelt it Merrie ... but I liked the reference to Merry Christmas. Ho ho ho ... hee hee hee

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Mrs. C

Mine is Kathi or Momma Claus

Mine too! 2thumbup.gif

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Michael Rielly

I have been asked a few times what is Mrs. Claus's first name. Since there are so many different names for Mrs. Claus, I usually say: 'Well I often call her "Dear" or "Honey"...and the Elves always call her "Mrs. C."...what was it you said you wanted for Christmas again?' :)

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Santa Mike P

My Mrs. Claus is Virginia. Ya I know, and it's true.

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Vicki Claus

I always thought her first name was "Mrs." ;)

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Gloria Claus

I believe that you can use any first name that you want, only when answering a child who has asked the question, "What is your first name?" answer the child like you really mean it. Don't hesitate, but quickly state your first name as though it is really your name. I prefer "Merry" but have used other names as well if I think it fits the situation at the time. Just my thoughts on the question.

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1SantaClausVA

My Mrs. Claus is Carol.

She is my Christmas Carol!

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KKringle

Well the elves call her Mrs. C. I call her Mamma, but when she fills in for me when I am unable to write my Monthly North Pole Newsletter, that I send out to Children via email, her letterhead says from the Desk of Mrs. Jessica Anya-Maria Claus. Jessica from the Rankin Bass Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Anya in honour of the Virgin Mary's mother, Anne and Maria after Mary herself. In Santa Claus the Movie, Mrs. Claus' name was Anya as well. In Europe, it is not at all unusual for people to have mutiple names. When addressing my mother, my first ever Mrs. Claus, I just call her Tanta Kringle. You know where that came from.

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MrsClausCapeCod

I've never seen the movie in question so I was surprised at Jessica. I've been called that and didn't know why. I use either Holly or Merry.

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SCSanta

Don't forget when Santa and Mrs. Claus are appearing together, to have this detail and others worked out in advance. I have had occasions where I have appeared with a different Mrs. Claus for different events (Santa America, for example) and we make sure that we have the name detail, how we met, how long we have been married, etc. all worked out in advance. This is particularly important when you are working a larger gathering and are sometimes separated and involved in different activities at the same venue. It's nice when both of the Clauses are giving the same answers. :whistling:

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