Dating dave gramp

13-Apr-2020 03:17

With Baby Boomers becoming grandparents, the stodgy old codger and plump, cookie-baking white frizzy haired grandparents are getting a massive facelift.Tired of the old standbys of Granny, Grandma, Grandpa etc.today's grandparents are coming up with new names in droves!Alvin and Butter-butt: My daughters started calling my father Alvin because they thought he had puffy cheeks like Alvin the singing chipmunk.

We used the older, more formal Danish "Bedste mor" for my late mom.My mom, not wanting to be as "old" as her "Bedste mor" had our kids call her "Bedste Jo" (her name: Jo-Ann).Somehow, that made her sound even "cooler" as a grandma.My other grandma, let me name her, and at 4 months, Baba came out..is English so no ethnic relationship.My mom named her grandmother Bamboo, and it stuck with us great-grandchildren too. Bagoo & Papa: My grandparents' (my dad's parents) were Bagoo (pronounced Bah-goo) and Papa (easy enough).

We used the older, more formal Danish "Bedste mor" for my late mom.

My mom, not wanting to be as "old" as her "Bedste mor" had our kids call her "Bedste Jo" (her name: Jo-Ann).

Somehow, that made her sound even "cooler" as a grandma.

My other grandma, let me name her, and at 4 months, Baba came out..is English so no ethnic relationship.

My mom named her grandmother Bamboo, and it stuck with us great-grandchildren too. Bagoo & Papa: My grandparents' (my dad's parents) were Bagoo (pronounced Bah-goo) and Papa (easy enough).

Everyone loved the name and when she had grandchildren of her own they called her At Mrs Mary too.