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Leo, Seth or Kit?

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hellowembley Mon 07-Nov-16 13:37:36

Which on is best? I love them all but have small reservation about all three

Leo - really popular. Is this an issue? Can't decide. My name is very common in my age group and I find it boring.
Seth - he will have a sister with a name that starts with S too. Will it be a mouthful? Also is it geeky?
Kit - had a previous thread on this. My name is Cat. I love Kit but there was mixed opinion on whether this is advisable!

What do you think out of the 3? Or if you like them too can you suggest an even better 4th name?

ThroughThickAndThin01 Mon 07-Nov-16 13:39:48

Kit. Love Kit.


SorenaJ Mon 07-Nov-16 13:53:51

Prefer Leo. Out of 100 baby boys, there will statistically be 1 Leo. Not that bad. It'll be fine. Leo is a great name.

Foxtato Mon 07-Nov-16 13:57:24

Leo is the nicest followed by Seth!

NoncommittalToSparkleMotion Mon 07-Nov-16 13:57:46


Chinlo Mon 07-Nov-16 14:00:38

What Sorena said.

Leo is just an awesome name! It's popular but it's not top 10.

1 in 100 is fine in my book.

Psychology90 Mon 07-Nov-16 14:01:11

Leo, 100%...

Bertucci Mon 07-Nov-16 14:13:54

Kit is too prevalent - I think it's a character in Game of Thrones and it seems every other baby I see is named Kit.

Plus Cat and Kit - that's terrible!

Leo is a good name.

RiverTam Mon 07-Nov-16 14:16:36

Not keen on Kit at all. Kit Harrington gets away with it because he looks like Kit Harrington.

Like Seth the best. Don't think it's nerdy?

Enidblyton1 Mon 07-Nov-16 14:16:48

Another vote for Leo!
It's not THAT popular.

twinjocks Mon 07-Nov-16 15:28:51

I like Kit best (although with your name, hmmm, not so sure it'll work). Seth is next nicest.

milkshakeandmonstermunch Mon 07-Nov-16 15:32:07

I like them all. Kit is my favourite but not if you're a Cat, sorry. Love Seth and Leo is really cool without being too cool iykwim.

Jojo13 Mon 07-Nov-16 15:47:07

Love Kit, then Leo, Seth would be third choice for me, I do like it but I've always worried about people saying Seff...

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Mon 07-Nov-16 15:48:09


TheHiphopopotamus Mon 07-Nov-16 15:53:31

Love Kit. I've never heard of any babies being called it, but my kids are older and it's obviously related to GoT. I think it's short for Christopher or at a push Christian.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Mon 07-Nov-16 16:04:07

I think it's short for Christopher. Daphne DM's son was called it iirc.

hellowembley Mon 07-Nov-16 16:22:28

is Kit Harrington in game of thrones? is he handsome? obviously my son will be extraordinarily good looking too wink
Looks like people like Leo best with some love for Kit...which I also love, but kind of agree it sounds stupid given my name. Thanks for replying!!

lizzieoak Mon 07-Nov-16 16:22:35

I like Kit, but would snickering about Kit & Cat get wearing?

Leo is a great name, but yes very popular. How do you feel about Leon?

I like Seth. Makes me think of Seth Rogan who seems a decent person (if naff sense of humour). My DS has a friend named Seth who seems a great kid.

Sugarpiehoneyeye Mon 07-Nov-16 18:19:22


MrsGsnow18 Mon 07-Nov-16 18:21:47

I actually love Seth!
Kit is an awesome name but I remember your other thread and I just can't advise you to be Kit-cat together.

wineapotamus Mon 07-Nov-16 18:32:20

Kit! Kit! Kit!
I love kit. This bump will be kit if a boy. I'm a Kate and don't care if it sounds weird to some people. He'll be an independent person lots longer than you're going round with him to baby sensory etc.

Sophronia Mon 07-Nov-16 18:57:59


Ilovewillow Mon 07-Nov-16 19:12:06

I have a three yr old Seth, he's not at all nerdy but a very cool laid back little boy - I know what you mean though! I love Leo too!

RiverTam Mon 07-Nov-16 19:33:27

hello Kit Harrington is indeed in GoT. Pretty rather than handsome, I would say. I preferred Robb Stark myself.

Pluto30 Mon 07-Nov-16 19:36:44

I don't like Seth. Seth Rogan comes to mind. Also, it'd be a nightmare for anyone with a lisp.

Kit is fine if you have a last name like Harrington, because it flows. But I don't think it works with most last names. Short for Christopher, it's fine.

Love Leo.

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