I love the name Katie but I guess I'm partial because it's my name:)
I voted Katianna. I like it because its diffrent. I am sure you will have people mispronuonce it alot though:~( I have a friend named Tatianna. Love that one too:~) I think that was the right spelling, lol
I have a friend names Kathleen. However, we have ALWAYS called her Katie, and she is now a school teacher, and goes by Kathleen at work, and claims she LOVES her name because she was able to modify it while young to be cute and sassy, but was also able to use her given name in a professional setting. I think that IF you use a first name with a "K" the middle name shouldn't start with the same letter. Just a thought. =)
I voted Katyona because the other spelling would be said wrong! i like katyona because you could shorten that to Kate or Katie!
Or Kathryn, just an idea.
I vote for Katie, its my second name :)
Thanks for the input! I have thought about Kathryn, but I have an aunt cathrine and several family friends name Kathrine. I think i'm leanig toward Katianna and then calling her kate or Katie, but still not comletely sure!
I like Katianna, but I do like Katie.
My name is Katie. Just Katie, nothing else. I love it. I was always so happy my parent didn't name me kathleen or katherine or anything but Katie. I always felt that if I wanted to sound older I would go by Kate. Which to me sounds "older". I have always been very happy with my name.
I voted Katie as its my name but spelt with a y instead. My full name is katy-may. I love my name as I've never come across anyone else with it, although most people only know me as katy :)
I call my daughter kaitie and she is kaitlyn so love the name
My daughter's name is Cadence and we call her Kate or Katie. Just a thought.
i like kaitlin for a katie.
Something to consider- if you want katianna pronounced like ah-na instead of like anna is pronounced, you may want to consider 1 n. Names with 2 n's are generally pronounced like anna is, while names with 1 n are generally pronounced like you want. Of course, you can bend the rules, but if you want more people pronouncing it correctly after they read it, you may want to consider it. (like the difference between the names Ana, which is pronounced the Spanish way, and the traditional English Anna)