i love it, See Anna (Seanna) and i'm using it as the same spelling as my brother who passed away whose name was Sean, but some people have said just by looking at it they'd pronounce it "Shaw-Na" which i'm not keen on so i thought i'd ask just to see by looking at it, what ppl would think.
according to its origin/meaning it is Seanna, pronounced Shaw Na as the female version of Sean but these days i dont think would be the case, maybe 50 years ago???
Ok, well that makes me feel better wink
thanks everyone, Seanna it is