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I have seen Jessica twice.  One from Santa Claus is coming to Town and from a newer movie that I believe was called Finding Mrs. Claus.  I could be wrong on the title.  The story goes that Santa is too busy and forgets their anniversary.  He is working to hard.  He comes home and Jessica has a special dinner ready but when she goes looking for Santa, he is a sleep.  She is upset that she is not number one with him anymore.  She decides to go to Las Vegas after she receives a letter from a little girl that only wants her mother to be happy.  She uses magic powder to become young again and has one of the elves drop her off in Las Vegas.  Santa finds her missing and finds out that she has gone to Las Vegas and he follows.  He also uses the powder and becomes young again.  The reindeer also turns into a limousine as well.  It is a real cute movie.  Everything turns out right in the end as always.  My Mrs. Claus is also named Jessica.

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Steve Pulera

Gee....I always thought her first name was Misses lol.

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Cyrstal

To all Clauses,

Is there a standerized name for Mrs. Claus or do you use your own name?

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Santa Hill

Crystal, different references to Mrs. Claus have different names for her.  She has been referred to as Mary, Carol, Jessica and Holly that I can think of off the top of my head.  My Mrs. Claus uses the Jessica name as it is the one featured in Santa Claus is Coming To Town by Rankin and Bass and the one most likely to have been seen by a young child.

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SCSanta

There really isn't a standard, universal name. Names from Mrs. Claus in movies is frequent, as well as anything 'Christmassy' or 'wintery'. Crystal would be quite appropriate! :)

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KKringle

Mary Ellen uses the full name Jessica Anya-Maria Claus. Kids call her Mrs. Claus and I call her Mama. Jessica is after the Rankin Bass "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town", Anya for Saint Anne ( The name of the Blessed Mother's Mother and also the name of Mrs. Claus in the "Santa Claus Movie" and Maria after Mary the Virgin Mother. 

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Felix Estridge

I think Crystal is a great name for Mrs. Claus, as is!

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White Mountain Santa

This is my response:

 

Did you know you should call anyone older than your parents: Mr., Mrs., or Ms. so and so; unless they ask you to call them by their first name.  Mrs. Claus is an amazing lady.  One great way to show her respect is to be proper and call her Mrs. Claus. 

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Santa Jim T

Lorraine or Mrs C

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Shannon

This is my response:

 

Did you know you should call anyone older than your parents: Mr., Mrs., or Ms. so and so; unless they ask you to call them by their first name.  Mrs. Claus is an amazing lady.  One great way to show her respect is to be proper and call her Mrs. Claus.

But, I bet you don't want the kids to call you Mr. Claus. Cuts both ways.

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kOnO

My Mrs. Claus is named "Christmas Carol"  -  She brings Joy to the World.

 

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Santa Castor

Sandra, but most of us call her Sandy!

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Santa Jim T

My Mrs Claus is Lorraine. Most of the family calls her meme Claus and some friends have taken to call her Moma Claus

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Steelwheels

After reading through this whole thread, that goes back about 5 years, it would be nice if there was unity in the background story. I read a lot of good answers. Jessica seems to have some cultural/historic basis. Mary (Merry) with the maiden name Christmas was cute as was Virginia. I haven't been asked this question yet and I'm not sure which way I'm going to go. I guess I need to give more thought to my characters background story.

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Santa White Christmas

My Mrs Claus Her name is Karen

 

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MsDeeDee

My husband just tells them he calls me "DD" which is his nickname for Dearest Darling or something sappy like that.   Last year he was asked how many other women he dated before he married me.  That was the "caught off guard" question of the season.   :o

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Storytelling Santa
On 1/15/2010 at 0:02 PM, Shannon said:

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

 

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I had to chuckle when I saw Shannon's answer as that is exactly what Storytelling Santa tells folks too.  Great minds, as they say.

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