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HappyLez July 30th, 2015 10:54pm

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?

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17millionTwats Leeds, UK
07/30/15 9:56 pm

Mums side: Nan and Grandad
Dads side: Gran and Granpa

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MaxineL New Jersey
07/30/15 8:50 pm

Bubba and Zaidy (Yiddish for Grandma and Grandpa)

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FacePalm That Trick Never Works
07/30/15 8:34 pm

I called them Gramma and Grampa. The next generation calls my parents Grammy and Papo

RedDye40 Way Over Yonder
07/30/15 8:14 pm

Mine were:
Mom-o and Papa Rick
Pop and Granny
Ganky & Pepaw (great)

My kids have:
grandma and papa
Marty and Papa Jim

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Korosensei Maine
07/30/15 5:38 pm

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

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ronderman North Carolina
07/30/15 5:29 pm

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.

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anniepoops wisco fever
07/30/15 5:22 pm

Busia, but normally grandma and grandpa

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Nik
07/30/15 5:20 pm

I'm Papa, my wife is Mooma...

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catpillow Florida West Coast
07/30/15 5:03 pm

Same as you, except my only living grandfather was my great grandfather. He was Grandpa.

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catpillow Florida West Coast
07/30/15 5:03 pm

Sometimes I called him Grandaddy.

TierasPet
07/30/15 4:23 pm

I called them grandma and grandpa but added their last names.

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LadyBug237 Florida
07/30/15 11:19 pm

This is what we did also^

PrincessPetal Austin, TX
07/30/15 4:22 pm

My Caucasian grandparents; grandma and grandpa. My Chinese grandparents, we call them NaiNai and YeYe (gma&gpa in Chinese)

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phen nebraska
07/30/15 4:17 pm

I have one grandmother left. I call her Oma

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GenghisKant Immanuel Khan
07/30/15 4:14 pm

Grandma and grandpa, for both pairs. Though the pronunciation was usually more gramma and grampa

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BetweenRivers
07/30/15 4:03 pm

On my mom's side, it's Grandma and Grandpa. On my dad's side, it Mawmaw and Pawpaw.

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kennabenena life is a blonde moment
07/30/15 4:01 pm

"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.

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imanag My heaven on Earth
07/30/15 4:00 pm

Grandmama & Diddy, but we pronounced it like dee-dee. I had trouble garbling out granddaddy when I was tiny.

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Whichendisup uniquely unoriginal
07/30/15 3:58 pm

Mine were Nanny & PopPop
My parents are Nahnee & Poppy

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Dazey Beagles Rule
07/30/15 3:57 pm

I always used Grandma/Grandpa. My dad is called PaPa by the grandkids.

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