Tech brands like Google, eBay and Skype have instantly recognizable names, even though they aren't real words. I'm a Mother, a Nurse, Wife, a Gemini. We now have a biological grandson also, and the name is sticking. Somewhat strange, but at least I have a name now. Did the pen name generators give you any perfect or terrible pseudonyms? People often called their gross-grossdoddy Gross-Gross for short. 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.
The others all followed her lead. I don't own a bike, never ridden on one, and I certainly don't know anything about bikes, unfortunately, that helps contribute to my problem, as does not knowing any bikers. We are blessed to have all six of our grandkids agea 1-6 living right in the same city as us. Chicken Nana- My kids called both their grandparents nana and papa. So every time one of us would go to his house alone he would address whom ever came as Nanny-Pa.
She will be calling my mother-in-law Kupuna or Puna for short. Choose a name from the 100 most popular names for your birth year Most importantly, you must choose a name that lots of American parents actually chose for their own children during the year you were born. To this day my mother in law introduces herself to everyone as CeCe It came from her initials. . Of course as the kids got old enough to talk it turned into Chickie. To the older cousins, she was Granny.
Dar is also and term of endearment for father in Ireland and an uncle said i should call my grandfather that and i did! I don't know whether that's a good or a bad thing. Muna: We called my dad's mom Muna. She now has two, they are both a little older and it has be shortened to Wannie. Ganne and Ganne Ga pronounced gan geh My grandmother's name is Anne. Well my 2-year-old daughter caught on and she started calling him that.
Nonni: My family is Italian and the Italian word for grandma is Nona but when my brother and I were little, we corrupted it to Nonni and we still call her that! Today as an aging professional people would just assume I smoke pot or watched a lot of scoobydoo and no one has call me that in decades. Grandma and Grandfather: My paternal grandparents have always been Grandma and Grandfather. Let me know your results in the comments below. Probably because I am a manager that climbed the ranks quickly because I firmly believe in leading by example. I thought that was the cutest thing. My Dad went to the traditional name of Papa like his own Dad. With that being said and keeping the story short I ended up with Ripper! It also works well if your first name is long or difficult to pronounce, while your surname is short and simple.
The little one heard it backwards it stuck Mahsie -- Pronounced ma-zee My brother sister and I as well as all of our cousins called our grandmothers on both sides Mahsie. They always have a smile on their faces when they call his name! Plus, it's a lot faster to write on birthday cards and Christmas presents. My grandfather refused to be called anything but his hame. I'm dating my soulmate who's a tough biker named whisper! Just recently she said I could change it if I wanted to. I actually had to replace the soles of my favorite pair of boots twice, then throw them out altogether when the rest of the boots were falling apart. Bops came from Pops because my son couldn't pronounce his P's. Everytime we asked him, What would you like your granddaughter to call you? She wears tall biker boots with her tight ass jeans.
Bob-Bob it is to all his grandkids and to all kids who meet him. Thus they became Digger Poppy and Willie Poppy respectively. Muffer: My mom always called our grandmother Mother. Nonni: We do not have grand children,but we are Godparents to all of our friends' children at some time or another, in order to never step on a Grandmother's beautiful toes, I decided I needed a nickname. About 15 years ago, I read a short story by Eudora Welty, entitled, Why I Live at the P. We always called my grandmother Babchi bop-chee or Baba Bah-bah and my grandfather was Dadju Dah-jooh. Don't be afraid to add to that list, even after you start crossing names out.
Plus, going with a snazzy domain is far more unique. So, choose wisely using the tactics and criteria listed above. We used the older, more formal Danish Bedste mor for my late mom. My husband and I said we would be called by the name she first said. Nonie: I always knew I did not want to be called grandma because, even tho I loved both my grandmothers, they were in their early 70's when I arrived, so were old women, with wrinkled faces and long skirts.
My great nieces call me Gran Fran and I love it! My grandparents called, and still do each other Hon, and Hun. The y was then replaced with ie for some reason along the way! They sound sweet and Old-World to me. Famous Works: Additional Pen Names Used: Theo LeSieg and Rosetta Stone Stan Lee Real Name: Stanley Martin Lieber Why Used Alias: He wanted to save his real name for his more serious literary work, so he used Stan Lee for the kid stuff. GrandKen: My wife wanted the grandkids to call me GrandKen — and so it is. For instance, if you're selling electronics and technology products, you might have competitors who use words like electronics, technology and future in their names.