The last few weeks have seen Annie Thorisdottir looking like she was ready to pop. Now she has finally given birth to her baby girl, as she recently revealed.
CrossFit superstar Annie Thorisdottir is a fan favorite of the sport. That is why there was a collective excitement in the community, when she announced that her and her boyfriend Frederick Aegidius were expecting their first child. Although there was a bit of disappointment at the thought that she would be sitting out the 2020 CrossFit Games, people were overall excited for her.
After a long pregnancy, it seems that Annie Thorisdottir finally gave birth to her baby daughter. She took to Instagram to share a photo of the three of them holding hands, welcoming her daughter into the world. While there were no pictures of the baby, nor a first name given, she did reveal that they followed the Icelandic tradition of giving a surname based on the father’s first name, meaning their daughter has the last name Frederiksdottir.
“The PRODUCT – the JOURNEY – the BEGINNING.
It started as a stray thought, grew into an idea, matured into a plan and all of a sudden, now WE ARE responsible. Not just for me, not just for the two of us but for OUR FAMILY.
Welcome to the world Baby Girl Frederiksdottir. You are everything we could have ever wanted.”
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The PRODUCT – the JOURNEY – the BEGINNING. It started as a stray thought, grew into an idea, matured into a plan and all of a sudden, now WE ARE responsible. Not just for me, not just for the two of us but for OUR FAMILY. Welcome to the world Baby Girl Frederiksdottir. You are everything we could have ever wanted. #Frederiksdottir
Clearly this is a heartwarming moment for both Annie and Frederick. Having your first child is a special moment, and one unlike anything else you will experience. One can only hope that everyone is healthy and doing well, and that we can see baby Frederickdottir soon.
Even though Annie Thorisdottir never stopped training and working while pregnant, it will be exciting to see her returning to competition. Of course time will tell when that will happen, as having a baby tends to change people’s priorities. Nevertheless, congratulations to her and Frederick Aegidius on the birth of their daughter.
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