Little Steffy Forrester is all grown up on The Bold and the Beautiful and she has been for a while now. However, in her hellion years, the name Steffy was absolutely appropriate for the young woman.
But, of late, Steffy (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) has changed. She’s truly grown up emotionally, especially after giving birth to her own child and adopting another. Sure, the second baby turned out to be Beth, the baby Hope (Annika Noelle) thought died, but raising two little girls changed her focus and attitude about life.
She’s perfectly content being a working single mom and not having a man in her life. Sure, a man to love her would be great, but she doesn’t need one as long as she has her daughter and her job. That made Soap Hub wonder if she should start going by her more mature, real name, the name her parents gave her after her late grandmother, Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery). We asked that question in a poll. Read on for results.
Steffy All The Way
Absolutely not, say 75% of you. She has been known as Steffy her whole life, so why should that change now. Where is the law that says successful, single women can’t have fun and playful names? Plus, she is known as Steffy and is becoming an iconic character in her own right. Her grandmother was Stephanie, one of daytime’s most iconic characters ever. We need a way to distinguish them.
Grow Up More
Nearly 24% of The Bold and the Beautiful fans say yes, she definitely should start going by her real name. As Soap Hub said, she has grown up and that’s the argument this group uses.
Does It Matter?
Then, there is nearly 1% of fans who wonder why we’d even ask this question. ‘Who cares?’ they say. Steffy is fine the way she is so why rock the boat? The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtimes.