#1-Grandparent Nicknames

I have three living grandparents. Some kids have more, some have fewer.

The grandparent who lives in my house is my father’s father… Granpa. That’s a pretty common name for a grandparent. But like I said in my book, I have never met anyone who has a Gumpy or a Meemo. So, I am collecting grandparent nicknames in a list. If you want, you can tell me what you call your grandparents by typing them into the box below.

 

(NOTE: Please send me ONLY real nicknames.)

Your First Name:

Your Last Initial:

Your Email Address:

Your State or Province:

Grandmother Nickname:

Grandfather Nickname:

Click below to send your nicknames to me.

Once I get your nicknames, I’ll put them on the list, which you can view below (use the slider to move up and down) or in a new window by clicking here. But sorry…your names won’t be on the list immediately. I’m not allowed to work on my website until I finish my homework (that’s my mom’s rule), so check back in few days. If they’re still not there, then I’m probably super busy writing, so check back in a week or two. If you entered your nicknames previously, they’re probably on my earlier list.

CheesieMack.com – Grandparent Nicknames B

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Comments from my Readers & Friends

  1. One of my grandparents name is nanavan.
    Were part italian so that is where the nana came from
    and the van, well, she had a van and when i was 2 they were my first words, nanavan because she had a van