For those tired of the frenzy over the hit animated movie, "Frozen," reminders of the film may linger for a lifetime. New parents are apparently taking a liking to the name Elsa, one of the main characters in "Frozen." For the first time ever, Elsa has cracked the Top 100 girls names poll, conducted by the UK site, BabyCentre.com.
According to E!, parents are taking to Elsa because the ice queen represents a strong female role model, and demonstrates sensitivity, along with confidence.
This isn't the first time a popular film or television show has influenced baby names. Just last year, the unusual name Arya spiked in popularity due to the hit show, "Game of Thrones."
The top baby names of 2014 so far according to the poll are Emily for girls and Oliver for boys.