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My husband is Papa. The maternal grandparents are Grand-dude and Nonni. My granddaughter calls me GAGA! For many months, I had no name. If she wanted me, she held out her arms and kind of moaned for me to take her. She could say, Dada, Mama and Papa fine. One day, she held out her arms and said, Gaga. Now all my grandchildren call me Gaga. Somewhat strange, but at least I have a name now. I am 54 and most people think I'm their mother. That is even weirder! I call my grandmother Gaga My in-laws are Gaga and Boppa. He was already Boppo or Bop as a nickname all his life and as for gaga it was the first grandchild's attempt at Grandma and it stuck as she loved it so much.
They now get Ga and Bop as the grandchildren are older. We called out maternal grandfather,"Gaggy", because my sister could not pronounce "Grandpa". All the grandkids following said"Gaggy": He officially became "Mr. Gaggy " to the neighbors. My son used to say all his words rhyming with "aka" AH. So, "airplane" was "aka," "cough-drop box" was "faka," and "grandfather" was "gaka. He still writes "Dear Gaka" on cards, but refers to his grandfather using the whole word "grandfather. Grandmother is just "grandma" when talking to her, and "grandmother" when talking about her.
My son's cousins just use "grandma" and "grandpa. Our son now 30 years decided to do things his way. When starting to learn to talk at a fairly young age, our son discovered word sounds and bubbles at the same time. Since he loved to blow real and invisible bubbles, he gravitated to words that allowed him to pretend to blow bubbles. My in-laws are Gamma and Papa. Papa sounds like "pop-puh" is a little more common, but "Gamma" sounds like the Greek letter started when my son tried to say "Grandma" at 17 or 18 months, and his pronunciation stuck. Being the first grandchild, it Random nude granny, and she was Gammy or Gam, when we got older ever after!
My children's great-grandmother and grandmother are both known as "Gammy. Gammy's parents were known as "Nana" and "Popo" On the other side, my son calls my grandma "Grandma Birdie" and my cousins call my great aunt and uncle "Doll" and "Boppie" - I have no idea why. Our daughter calls her gammy "Gammy-Goose" or sometimes just "Goose" for short. My grandkids call me Gan Gan. Is this grandma in any other language or my grandkids "original"? My grandfather was Buppa but passed many years ago, so my father became Buppa until he passed. The youngest tried to say "Grandaddy" and some how got "Gankie", the rest of us had to change.
My grandmother did not pick this one out herself, but was to be known lovingly as our Ganmommie ever since my cousin, her first grandchild, Dating guy gets cold feet dating guy gets cold feet trouble saying Grandmother. So she abbreviated a bit! Grand became Gan, and Mother she simply replaced with the more familiar child version of the word - Mommy. The "y" was then replaced with "ie" for some reason along the way! Gann- My cousins call my aunty this name. I don't know why. Ganne and Ganne Ga pronounced gan geh My grandmother's name is Anne.
She added the G for grandmother. Ganne Ga came from trying to call my grandfather Grandaddy and it stuck. I love how my parents name's came to be for my kids. It's been Gapa for all 3 of my children ever since. As for my mom, she started with Moms, I was Mom or Mommy and my mother was Moms, confusing to my daughter and to all of us. My mom remarried ten years later, and my kids decided that her husband Don needed a grandpa name too He became Doncat because mouse and cat go together. So, we have Gapa, Mouse and Doncat.
My husband's aunt is called Gawa by her only grandchild. My little grandchildren call me Geeda. I chose the name Granna, but Geeda came out, and Geeda it is. Our son married a young woman with 2 boys 5 and 3. From the mouths of babes!!! My mother was Ghee pronounced like gee, but with a hard 'g' sound - when my eldest was trying to say Grandma, this was the closest he could get and it stuck. My dad was Pop-Pop we called his father Pop, and Dad liked the continuity between himself and his own father Now, with my wife's gramma still alive and kicking!
My brother, my cousin and I call my grandmother Gibba. I think it came from a friend of my uncle years ago. My boyfriends step-mom has always said that when we have kids she wants them to call her Gigi. When they're mad at her it stands for Granny Grunt G. My grandmother was Nana. My children always called their maternal grandmother - Gram and their maternal grandfather - PaPa. My mother wanted to be called GiGi for Great Grandma, of course. But my father passed away before he got to hold any of his great-grandbabies.
We would show the babies his picture and called him PaPa to them. The eldest great-grandchild somehow changed PaPa to Poppies! We all loved it and knew that my father would've loved being Poppies! We always knew he was special - and the great-grandchildren's name for him proves it! I thought it was really cute. Our first grandchild a girl could speak exceptionally well because she spent so much time with us. Her daddy is in the US Navy and he was on a ship for 6 months after her birth. Whenever I was coming to visit my daughter would say to the puppies, "Gammy is coming. Well, the first grandchild names you and since then the next 3 have called me the same.
Grandma is a little old fashioned these days and as my granny was less than grandmotherly that is putting it nicely!!! I decided on something else. I loved my ex-husband's grandmother - we called her MaMaw with a French Cajun inflection but felt it would be to hard for a baby to say who did not hear that accent. So I chose "Gimmie". When my new grandchild says "Gimmie" I am going to say OK! Trying to get my nephew to say granny, all that came out each time was "Ginky". On a side note, my sister could not contain ourselves 5 grandchildren and years later when we discovered that there really is a creature called a ginky.
It is some kind of reptile that eats it's young. When my mother became a grandma over 7 years ago, we had to come up with a name to call her. She refused to be called Grandma. So, my sister in law, who gave birth to the first grandchild, started calling her Go-Go. It fits my mom to a T. She is always on the go. Go-Go has been her name ever since. Instead, she calls her "Gogi" and my dad "Popi" Gom and Gop: My son called my mother "Gommy" when he was little, then moved on to Grand-ma-ma My brother was the first grandchild. He couldn't say grandmother very well; it sounded like Gommy, so that is the name that stuck to my mother's mother.
My grandfather refused to be called anything but his hame. We called him John, as did all the other grandchildren total 8. My paternal grandfather was a very stodgy banker. We called him grandaddy, but my cousins called him pa. We called this grandmother Mama not the sound of "o" in mom but the sound of "a" in ant. She was also named by my brother. I don't know why, but all the grandkids and great-grandkids called her that. My toddler son coined the name "Gonga" for his Grandma. We weren't quite sure where he came up with it, but we jokingly call her Gonga Dinn. It is such an endearment and today, my husband loves it and wants our first grandchild to call him Grad.
Thanks for your website. My thenyr-old daughter started calling my mother this. She could say the "gr" of grandmother, and since we were Mama and Papa, I guess she figured that my mother had to be Graga. We teased my mom at first about sounding like the lead character in a Japanese monster flick Graga meets Godzilla but we've gotten used to it now. My son, who is now almost 2, is picking it up as well, so it is likely to stick. My nickname for myself is Grambo, yes like Rambo and just as fearless. I loved calling her that because it was so unique.
When I said it, people would say, "you mean your great grandma," and I would say, "no, I mean my gramma great. My brother-in-law nicknamed my mother Grammbo after she emerged from the woods after a solo backpacking trip, wearing a bandanna around her head. Grammema Gram-me-ma and my son calls my mom grammema I go by Grammie. That poor child ate more jars of bananas than any infant should! He would crawl down the hall hollering "Nana, Nana" and we would feed him bananas! He was calling his Grandmother, Nana! He settled on Poppa for his Grandfather. My father was going to be Poppa, since that was what we called him as kids, but he died when I was pregnant with my son, so we refer to him as Grandpa Bruce.
My husband's biological mother is Grandma Ella. While you already have "Grammy" listed, I did not see our grandfather's name: Well now our children call him Grandpoo and we think it's great!! But, "Gigi" came out instead of "Grammy" It's a hard g sound, not a j sound. Now I'm 22, and all 5 of us grandchildren call her Gigi My mother-in-law insisted on being called "Gran". Got the idea from a soap opera. My daughters called my mother, Gran-Gran. My mother goes by Grana Gran-uhshe thought it was cute! My dad is Poppy, I liked that. My name is Betty, so my grandchildren call me Granbetty We are all pleased with this Gran was a very domineering woman and she picked the name for the other grandmother.
We are going to be grandparents for the first time in July and I am seriously considering Grancie in honor of a most spectacular woman! Our family name is Longbotham. When the oldest grandchild was very little he couldn't say "grandmother Longbotham" but he did say Grandbotham. I always call my granddaddy, "grandaddy" Just kinda stuck, I guess. My son calls my grandfather, his great-grandfather, "Grande" because he's such a big man. My mother-in-law read a book by Danielle Steele and liked the grandmother's pet name, Grandee. My grandfather insisted upon nothing less than Grandfather in its entirety. If we were too young to say "Grandfather," we didn't call him anything at all!
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However, they found a way to resolve it. They added the name of their grandparents' dogs to Grandma and Grandpa. My parents have a dog named Happy so they were Grandma and Grandpa Happy. They did the same for my husband's parents whose dog is Daisy. It worked great for my mother-in-law but I always felt a little sorry for my father-in-law who was called "Grandpa Daisy". Whatever they choose, that's who you are from then on. You just gotta grin and bear it. My children called my mother Grandma Jack. My step father's name was Jack, and they heard us talk about going to see Grandma and Jack and started calling her Grandma Jack.
I becam a grandmother for the first time at the age of Sometime this year I will be a grandmother again! That was her grandmotherly name. However, children have a way of calling us what they are able to. My little angel had a hard time with her "g" sound. As a result, she called us ma-ma-ma and pa-pa-pa. Old ladies know what they want and they are not afraid to ask for it. They love to have sex multiple times a day. These mature grannies are extremely naughty and horny! A lot of younger guys want to fuck an older women. Grannies love to seduce younger dudes with monstercocks in order to get their hairy pussy holes fucked hard!
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