As a Kelsey, you thrive on change, excitement and new experiences. You are strong-willed and independent with ideas and thoughts of your own. You use all of your extreme creativity and inventiveness to keep things interesting and keep the new ideas flowing. You are a bundle of energy and excitement, always looking to get the very most out of life and all your new adventures. With tireless ambition and drive, you can utilize all these qualities to bring many of your plans to reality. One thing you need to be careful of, though, is starting things full of energy and then losing interest partway through. This is because you love constant change. So take care not to be too scattered and take good care of your relationships as well. Try to be patient with those around you who may not move from idea to idea quite so easily as you. In general, though, you are always able to attract interesting people with your energy, good spirit, and social, talkative nature.
As someone who always enjoys new challenges, you are never afraid to take risks and push the envelope. Sometimes, you might even be a bit rebellious and want adventure so badly that you are willing to break the rules. So, take it easy and try to relax. Your next adventure is right around the corner!
The name Kelsey is a popular name for both boys and girls and originated with the masculine first name Keleseye in Lincolnshire, England. The name is thought to have come from Old English words “ceol”, meaning “ship” and “sige”, meaning “victory.” The name then evolved into the surname Kelsey and then back to a first name.
Kelsey came into popular usage in the United States in 1970 as a boys’ name and in 1977 as a girls’ name. By 1978, just one year after it appeared as a girls’ name, it became more popular for girls than it was for boys. By 1996, Kelsey was no longer on the chart for boys. By 1987, Kelsey as a girls’ name was in the Top 100 of popularity. It achieved its peak popularity in 1992 as the #23 most popular name for girls in the United States.
The most famous Kelsey actually happens to be a male Kelsey: Kelsey Grammer. Best-known for his iconic role as the slightly neurotic psychiatrist Frasier Crane, Kelsey Grammer played this role for a full twenty years. The role was created in 1984 in the third season of the show “Cheers” and continued until 1993 in that show. Then in the spin-off “Frasier”, Grammer continued to play the role for another 11 years until the show ended in 2004.