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What is the special name you use for your Grandmother?


My maternal grandmother was Grannie and my paternal grandmother was Mamaw. My own precious (yes, I am partial) grandson calls me Ahsha.

 

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 4 years ago

    Not boring at all, very loving and traditional.

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 4 years ago

    I have heard that name Abuela and love it.

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 4 years ago

    Grannie sound so warm and cozy. I do love Nana. My sister in law'sgrands call her that.

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 16 months ago

    Tracey, these are lovely names. Thank you for sharing them with us. I love that every family, every child has special names for grandparents.

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 4 years ago

    Thank you Alastar. You called your grands by their first names....very Kennedy like!

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 4 years ago

    I don't know Rosemay. That might be a Hub, researching the origins of grandparent names.

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 4 years ago

    I love that tradition. Thank you for sharing it and be blessed when you become an Ah ma yourself.

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    Brenda Barnes (Hyphenbird) 4 years ago

    I love that simple and warm name of Granny.

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