The thing about kipping is with my problem I can't kip either, because I just can't pull any farther up the bar.
LOL you reminded me of myself several months ago when I started (except that you can do a handstand freakin push up
). So, yeah, like Steven said, do negatives(jump up the bar and hold it with your chin over, slowly letting yourself down). Add some weight if after a few days.
Add suspended rows as supplement, like Joe said; find a railing and start cranking out reps. Then proceed to doing your first deadhangs. I would say kip at your liberty(they helped me; they probably will help you too), but then you get wired to kip later and that's not good. And when you start getting used to kip and want to do deadhangs, cross your straight legs together and push with one feet on the other so that you lock your lowerbody in a frigid state.
You would have put down some serious months just to achieve a set of 5 deadhangs(I was injured, so I got plenty of time), and do them like a lot everyday. People here correct me if I'm wrong; since you not exactly pull up, so you can do like 200 or more negatives a day and probably 100 rows