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Kit for a boy?

(13 Posts)
nevergoogledragonbutter Wed 30-Sep-09 20:53:51

This is the name Jamie Theakston and wife/partner have called their 2nd son.

I'm not sure what i think about it.

What do you reckon?

(btw, i spoke to jamie theakston on the phone once, yay grin)

lockets Wed 30-Sep-09 20:55:53

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FimboFortunaFeet Wed 30-Sep-09 20:58:14

It's lovely. Is it not a short version of Christopher?

Patch for Patrick is very cute too, I think Lockets nephew is one.

DelGirl Wed 30-Sep-09 20:59:37

like it

lockets Wed 30-Sep-09 21:00:44

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nevergoogledragonbutter Wed 30-Sep-09 21:02:06

I know a Patrick who is still occasionally known as Patch and he's in his 20s.

FimboFortunaFeet Wed 30-Sep-09 21:17:53

Patch would have suited my ds. My grandfather was Patrick, I wish I had thought about it, although I am happy with ds's name.

So sorry, this is a thread about Kit not Patch blush

kitsmummy Wed 30-Sep-09 21:19:01

It is a truly great name, I just hope it doesn't become too popular grin

SarfEasticated Wed 30-Sep-09 22:20:47

Kit is lovely, as is Kip. Not sure where it comes from but I like it.

MovingOutOfBlighty Wed 30-Sep-09 22:25:05

I would think about calling my next ds Kristian, Kit for short. It was a close call with this ds.

carocaro Wed 30-Sep-09 22:31:41

NO NO and NO.

My friends eldest is called Kit he is 7 and hates it.

KIT KAT and KIT CAR and KITTY KITTY GIRLY GRITTY are things he is tormented with.

But then again kids always find something to have a go at whoever you are, I was tall at schoool for my age and was called a Daddy Long Leg!

But then again (again) Kit is a lovely strong handsome man sounding name to me!!

bellissima Thu 01-Oct-09 09:26:35

I like it. Worked with a very nice Kit. But was short for Christopher. I would give a child the full name so that they have the choice.

mrswoolf Thu 01-Oct-09 10:31:22

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