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We joked the whole time that my mother would be called Be-Bop, from the children's Barney tapes.When my son arrived, we had no other name, so Be-Bop stuck. Bea and Oma: When my first child was born, we had grandparents and great-grandparents enjoying her.One grandma was called Grandma Bernice or Grandma Bea (for her nickname.) One Great Grandma was "Oma" - German family and conveniently for "Olga." Using a letter worked except Great Grandma B and Grandma Bea didn't work.My little daughter caught on quickly when we taught her "G G B-ma" for Great Grandma Bess and "G G O-ma" for Great Grandma Olga.
Alvin and Butter-butt: My daughters started calling my father Alvin because they thought he had puffy cheeks like Alvin the singing chipmunk.Bam-maw & Pyjaw: My other set on my mom's side were called Bam-maw (pronounced the way it's spelled) and Pyjaw (pronounced Pah-jaw).Go figure again, my brother's had a hand on these names too!A precious grandchild and being called "beautiful" every day...more could you want?Be Ma/Be Pa: My 2 year old has called my parents - Be Ma and Be Pa since the first time she could speak and even though she can speak properly now refuses to call them anything else!