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    Would you give your child the name you love even if it meant their initials would be K Y ?

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    Yes I would

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    Yep I would too. I don't think it's a big deal. My daughters initials are ho. How often do we use initials these days anyway?

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    Look honestly, I'd probably have a giggle to myself if I saw it written but it wouldn't be an issue and wouldn't stop me from using the name.

    DS1's middle names are a colloquial term for a man's genitals commonly used in Britain, didn't stop me using the names as they were family names.

    I say go for it

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    One of the girls working in the special care nursery when DD2 was in the had those initials. She thought it was funny

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    As long as the last name isn't Jelly, I reckon it's fine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    As long as the last name isn't Jelly, I reckon it's fine!
    Lol! Safe there

    Its for a girl and its first name k surname y. The alternative is to spell the name with a c buts i don't like the way it looks spelt with a c

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    I don't get the k y?

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    My initials were always NO (with my maiden name). Could never really initial things when they needed to be initialled, had to sign fully, as it looked like I was writing 'no'. But it was no big deal really - you don't use your initials much. I wouldn't worry about it - go with the name you love!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MummyOf2Sweeties View Post
    I don't get the k y?
    KY Jelly - it's a lubricant.

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