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  1. #11
    dont tether a child to the single name of Kitty.

    use it as a nickname for Katherine, with the K.

  2. #13
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    Nay, for the reasons that have been told by everyone else. Just no.
    Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna. 22. Name nerd.

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  3. #15
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    I think Kitty is really charming and I wouldn't bat an eye to meet a teenager or adult named Kitty. I think that it may work best as a nn just so your daughter has a longer option but if you plan on solely calling her Kitty I could see it working. I also think the family connection makes it very special and is a wonderful way to honor your grandmother. I do think that Kitty would fit in well your other girl names I could absolutely see a Winnie, Nella, and Kitty sibset but Kitty may feel a little odd being the only one without a more formal full name.
    23 year old name lover with a passion for art history married for three years to my much better half
    talking with said partner about trying to conceive our first late this year

  4. #17
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    I know someone called Kitty - her mother always wanted to name her Kitty but in case her daughter didn't like it in later life - on her birth certificate it is actually Catherine. But Kitty loves Kitty and Kitty is what it has always been.

  5. #19
    I love love love Kitty so a definite YES from me! Personally I would just use Kitty on the birth cert.

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