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  1. #6
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    Nov 2013
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    I strongly prefer Catherine with no nickname.

  2. #8
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    Jun 2013
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    My name is Kathryn and I've gone by the nicknames Katie, Kat, and Kate as well as Kathryn for a bit. None of my names seem to fit me but I love the name on other people The 'y' spelling sometimes gives people the 'yoonique' jeebies but it's actually one of the older spellings (going back at least to the 16th Century). Again, I think it's a gorgeous classic name, just not one I've overly identified with in my 28 years.
    Obsessed with babies and planning.
    Married in 2012, in nursing school, and hoping for baby in 2015
    (though my ovaries did not get the memo that we're waiting! Babies! Squeee!)

  3. #10
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    I like Catherine but only this spelling. I don't like Katherine/Kathryn and I like the nn Katie/Kate. Unfortunately I can never use the name because I have a cousin named Katherine who goes by Katie/Kate
    Eighteen year-old name-lover, dreaming of someday being a mommy <3

    Alaric, Atticus, Axel, Benjamin, Declan, Dexter, Finn, Garrett, Henry, Jack, Jude, Luke, Lysander, Oakley, Oliver, Patrick, Ryder, Ryker, Sawyer, Sebastian, Tucker, Wylder "Wylie"

    Alice, Anastasia, Annabelle, Ardyn, Chloe, Claire, Clara, Eleanor "Ellie", Elizabeth, Ella, Emily, Emma, Evangeline "Evie", Everleigh, Felicity, Genevieve, Jane/Jayne, Josephine "Josie", Lennox, Mabel, Olivia, Paisley, Reagan, Stella

  4. #12
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    I adore the classic Catherine! It's beautiful and feminine.

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