I used to call my grandparents Grandma & Grandpa. What do you call your grandparents? And if you are a grandparent, what do the kids call you?
Mums side: Nan and Grandad
Dads side: Gran and Granpa
Bubba and Zaidy (Yiddish for Grandma and Grandpa)
I called them Gramma and Grampa. The next generation calls my parents Grammy and Papo
Mom-o and Papa Rick
Pop and Granny
Ganky & Pepaw (great)
My kids have:
grandma and papa
Marty and Papa Jim
granny & paw paw
Ma and Pa.
The ones o like are grandma and grandpa the grandfather who abandoned his wife after 24 years and 10 kids and the grandmother who stopped actually acting as a mother to her kid are nana and papa but I try to avoid them
All my grands were dead before I came around except one gfather. He was PamPaw.
My kids call theirs Pop and Gran and Nana and PamPaw.
Busia, but normally grandma and grandpa
I'm Papa, my wife is Mooma...
Pop & Gram
Same as you, except my only living grandfather was my great grandfather. He was Grandpa.
Sometimes I called him Grandaddy.
I called them grandma and grandpa but added their last names.
This is what we did also^
My Caucasian grandparents; grandma and grandpa. My Chinese grandparents, we call them NaiNai and YeYe (gma&gpa in Chinese)
I have one grandmother left. I call her Oma
Grandma and grandpa, for both pairs. Though the pronunciation was usually more gramma and grampa
Ma and Poppy
On my mom's side, it's Grandma and Grandpa. On my dad's side, it Mawmaw and Pawpaw.
"Grandma" on my mom's side. "Grandpa" & "Gramma" on my dad's side. Had great grandparents that we called "Boppy," "Grammy," & "G.G. Jo." We literally said the letter "g." Great grandparents are all deceased now.
Grandmama & Diddy, but we pronounced it like dee-dee. I had trouble garbling out granddaddy when I was tiny.
Mine were Nanny & PopPop
My parents are Nahnee & Poppy
I always used Grandma/Grandpa. My dad is called PaPa by the grandkids.