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May 30th, 2007, 07:17 AM
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Does your child/children have any special names for family members?



My parents are Grammie and Grampie to the kids, and SO's parents are Memere and Pepere. When Haley was younger and couldn't say the names properly she called her Grammie Gar-Gar, and her Uncle Randy Ra-Ra. And she couldn't say Auntie for the longest time either, it came out like Unkie and everyone always thought it was so funny so it stuck. So they have an unkie Jenn and unkie Mandy, lol.
Tyler is still not really calling anyone anything yet, just HI!!
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May 30th, 2007, 01:39 PM
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My parents are Granny and PopPop, but Troy can only say PopPop. He calls Anaka (my niece) Nah Nah for now and when he can say it, my sis will be Auntie Jack. Everyone else is a normal name
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June 2nd, 2007, 04:05 PM
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He calls my mom "grandma", but he calls my step dad "Co-pa". Not sure how it started, we kept trying to get him to say grandpa, he could say grandma, but grandpa came out co-pa, so after awhile it just stuck.
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