The {Grandmother} Name Game!

“Grandchildren are the crown of the aged, and the glory of children is their fathers”
‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭17:6‬ ‭

I’ve got baby fever!  Grandbaby, that is!!  Seth and Allison are expecting a baby girl in May and I cannot contain my excitement!  Oh my, I can’t even imagine a little girl!  Finally I get to buy bows, dolls and all things pink!  We started in the nursery this past weekend…stay tuned for photo overload!  Oh my! I can’t wait to rock her, sing to her, read her books, have tea parties, paint her fingernails, shop, and most importantly tell her about Jesus and how much He loves her!  I can’t even write this without tearing up!  Oh what joy!

But I think I have gotten ahead of myself.  With all the excitement and planning, I forgot one important thing… I need a name!  Seth has always called Butch “Da” so that will roll over as his grandfather name.  It has meaning and is just as cute as can be…but I remain nameless!  And I need your help and suggestions!

I want something fun, meaningful, and fitting for me!  Not that there is anything wrong with being called Grandma or Me-Maw, but this skinny jean-wearing grandmother-to-be needs a fun name!

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The name list is endless, but I have to find the right one!

Of course, whatever she decides to call me, I will be thrilled!

I have watched my friends and family go gaga over their grandchildren, and I am positive Butch and I will follow suit!

So sweet!

I have seen my friends, who were strong disciplinarians, puddle when it comes to their grandchildren!

This says it all…a grandmother’s love!

I already believe this, and she hasn’t even arrived!

Nursery update – Butch and I started painting and hope to finish this weekend…
the crib and furniture are ready to be delivered, the bedding and window treatments have arrived!  The baby shower is coming up soon!  We are so excited!
You can see all of our ideas here: Tickled Pink!

I am interested to know how you all came up with your grandmother names…and cannot wait to see what you suggest for mine!

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  1. Kim says:

    How fun and exciting, Pam! Yes, you need a young and fitting “Grandma” name. The best one I ever heard was “Gramma Sugar”. When the grand baby always heard his/her grandmother say “Give Grandma sugar!” (arms open wide), of course they thought it was her name. 🙂 I can see you loading your grand top to bottom with sugar-sweet kisses. But, it’s rather long. How about just plain “Sugar” or “Kissie”? I love the “Da” name…such an endearing thing for your son to call his dad. That’s where the best names come from…the child’s own lips. (Hold while I grab a tissue.) I’m so thrilled for you and Butch! I can hardly wait to hear what name you choose. Happy painting and decorating!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Kim, I love sugar and Kissie! I have a feeling I will love whatever she decides to call me! I will let you know what I decide on and photos of the nursery will be forthcoming! Thanks, sweet friend!

  2. Most important is what the other set of grandparents are thinking. Do they have other grandchildren who already call them something special?

    Our daughter’s children call the other set Nana and Papa. It really suits them, and that was a tradition on their side of the family. We are called Grammy and Grampy (or Gumpy as the littlest one pronounces it), which suits us also. I could never be a “Nana” and she could never be a “Grammy”.

    Also, your children and their spouses will be calling you your chosen name, so it is best to have them call you it a few times before you settle on something. Why? If our son-in-law calls us by our first names, the 5-year-old grandson gleefully does it too. So our daughter and son-in-law always call us Grammy and Grampy.

    • Everyday Living says:

      I love Grammy and Grampy…endearing names! This will be the first grandchild on both sides! You are right about your children calling you the grandparent names, I called my Mother her grandparents’ name, Nanny and my Dad is still with us and I always call him Pawpaw!

  3. Congratulations, Pam! I’m so happy for you and your family!
    I had jokingly said I wanted to be called, “Glamma” but our first grandchild couldn’t say it so my daughter suggested Gigi and as soon as he heard it, it stuck! Some friends of ours always called each other “Honey (for him)” and “Darlin’ – (for her) and that what’s their grandchildren call them! I love that! It’s so cute to see the little ones calling their grandma Darlin’.
    Have so much fun planning the arrival! You are blessed!
    love and blessings~
    Lynda @ Gates of Crystal

    • Everyday Living says:

      Lynda, I love Glamma or Gigi, both are perfect! I am sure whatever she says will be fine with me! Darlin’ is also cute! We are so excited and can’t wait! Thanks so much! Blessings!

  4. lulu says:

    These days no one wants to be Grandma probably because it recalls an image of someone much older than we! My friends actually had a naming session for me and came up with Lulu which I love. I combines part of my name (Lu)na (Lew)is. I can’t wait to see the tables you create for your grandchild as he/she celebrates special occasions.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Linda, I love your grandmother name! I think it is perfect! I have lots of suggestions and I will choose a name , but whatever she calls me I am sure will be fine!

  5. Carol says:

    I called my grandmothers “Nanny” so when I found out my daughter was having a sweet baby girl almost four years ago, I wanted to pay homage to them but be a little more modern so my babies (now TWO sweet girls) call me Nana. Can not explain the feeling you will have when you hear them call you – ????. Oh, they call my husband “P” – was SUPPOSED to be “grandpee”, but babies sometimes have their own idea. (For example, my MIL wanted my daughter to call her “Grandy”, however it came out “Bandy” and it stuck) – sooo, while you might pick something she MIGHT come up with something else and you will LOVE it. Just enjoy – there is NO better feeling. ????

    • Everyday Living says:

      Carol, love hearing the stories surrounding your names! This is so much fun! I am sure whatever she calls me will be perfect! We are so excited…can hardly wait! Blessings, Pam

  6. Nancy says:

    My daughter chose my name. She picked Gran. I liked that. But somehow through the years the grandkids started calling me Granny. I don’t mind because my Granny was my favorite person in all the world until I had a husband and children. She was still pretty special and my children got to be loved by her too until they were teenagers.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Nancy, I think Granny is music to any grandmother’s ears! My Mother was called Granny by my niece and nephew, but our son called her Nanny! She was the best Nanny ever!

  7. Sara says:

    Pam you are so classey you look like a Gigi to me. I have a friend in Montgomery who is into the latest styles and is a beautiful blonde. Get ready you just thought you loved your child this is even better❤️ Blessings on my sweet friends.,

    • Everyday Living says:

      Sara, such sweet comments! I love seeing the pics of your grands and I know they are grand! Butch and I are so excited! I like the name Gigi!

  8. Jean Tucker says:

    I am called Nana by my grandchildren and will be a GreatNana in July. So excited to be a great-grandmother. I love the name B G or BeGe, stands for beautiful grandmother, would fit you perfectly. Blessings to all of you.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Jean, congrats that you wil become a Great Nana! How awesome! I think I have had more people tell me they are called Nana, it is such a sweet name! I am sure whatever she calls me will be perfect! Blessings to you and your family!

  9. Lynn says:

    Pam, as you know I am Grammy, and the way we came about it was this. Ralph and I were sitting at Red Lobster one day, and this precious little girl was there with her grandparents, and the he started tickling her and she looked up at him and said, ” Gramps dont tickle me,” and at that time Maeghan was pregnant with Hunter and Ralph said that’s it, I want to be Gramps, and I thought for a minute and I said oh I can be Grammy. So we watched a precious litle girl with her Gramps and thats how we got our names. Wouldn’t change it for anything, Its the greates thing ever being called Grammy. Just to hear those little voices melts my heart to this day, and they are 12-6-3 and all are precious as can be. You will never feel love like that of a grandchild, first glimpse is love at first sight. And we have had many tickle sessions at our house as well.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Lynn, thanks so much for sharing your sweet story…Red Lobster, funny! I love Grammy and Gramps! We are so excited to become grandparents! We can’t wait! Everyone tells us how wonderful it is! Sending love and hugs!

  10. dolores says:

    Mis queridos próximos abuelos Pan y Butch, Cuando tengáis ahí delante de vosotros el nieto o nieta creo que os dará igual como os llame.
    Mi nieto mayor nos llamaba “abu” que es común para “abuelo” o “abuela” …bien…ok.
    Pero mi nieto segundo nos llamaba “lelo” y lela”…
    En español “lelo” o “lela” significa “tonto”…
    Sin comentarios!!!
    Los nietos son tan especiales para los abuelos que nos llamen como nos llamen nos hace reir y ser feliz. Es el regalo mejor en nuestra madurez.
    Una sonrisa para vosotros

    My dear grandparents next Pan and Butch, When you have there before you the grandchild think you will not care as I call.
    My oldest grandson called us “abu” which is common to “grandfather” or “grandmother” … well … ok.
    But my second grandson called us “Lelo” and Lela “…
    In Spanish “lelo” or “lela” means “fool” …
    No comment!!!
    The grandchildren are so special for grandparents to call us and call us makes us laugh and be happy. It is the best gift in our maturity.
    A smile for you


    • Everyday Living says:

      Dolores, gracias por compartir los nombres de sus abuelos! Estoy seguro de que no importa lo que nos llama, sólo escuchar su llamada nosotros será lo suficientemente perfecto! Estamos muy emocionados y no podemos esperar a su llegada. Todo el mundo nos dice lo maravilloso que son los nietos! Me encanta escuchar de usted, Dolores! Espero que todo vaya bien con la salud de su marido! Bendiciones, Pam & Butch

      Dolores, thank you for sharing your grandparents’ names! I am sure it will not matter what she calls us, just hearing her call us will be perfect enough! We are very excited and can’t wait for her arrival. Everyone tells us how wonderful grandchildren are! I love hearing from you, Dolores! Hope all is well with your husband’s health! Blessings, Pam and Butch

  11. Pat says:

    I am a mawmaw because of my mom. I like mama Pam and Grand. I am so excited for you and Butch. You can start planning that first Disney trip ha

    • Everyday Living says:

      Pat, I think your name is perfect since your Mother was called that! I like Mama Pam, that is cute! And I guess a trip to Disney will definitely be in our future! Thanks and Blessings!!

  12. JerieLynn says:

    When Laura was expecting Brookelyn we came up with the name
    “MeMommy” for me. That’s what I always called myself to her ,so one day Laura called me and said ~~mama I was showing Brookelyn a picture of you and she said BoomBoom~~
    So needless to say I am BoomBoom. Lol
    She came up with that all her own. I wouldn’t want any other name. Keith was going to be Poppy
    But she changed that also to
    Pop pop. You just wait till you look at that sweet little face. You won’t care if she calls you dummy. ???? I’m so happy for you all ????

    • Everyday Living says:

      Jerie Lynn, I love your name, I have never heard it before…so unique! I can’t wait to see her. We are so excited! Thanks for sharing your sweet story about your name and congrats on your second one this summer!

  13. Connie Fletcher says:

    Oh what fun is ahead for you! Regarding names, I didn’t chose my grandmother name. I decided that I would let my baby grandson name me! And he did! Whatever came out of the precious little mouth would be my name. He lived 5 hours away and when we did see him, I was referred to as Grandmother or Grandma. Then one day after “we” had finished “talking” on the phone, my son said “I think you have a name now”. He is bouncing around all over the room saying “Mamu, Mamu”! OK, that’s me, I am now Mamu! Despite my first thoughts being those of a huge whale, it was his name for me!
    In the years since then, I acquired 3 more grands and a baby great grand and I am still Mamu. Now that I have a great grand, I am balking at being called “Great Mamu”!

  14. Debra says:

    Such happiness is coming your way! I have one grandon who turns five in April. I have found a grandchild has a special place in your heart different than your own children. It’s the best feeling ever when my little one stops playing, looks at me and says I love you grandma – this happens over and ovet all day. At first I was Ma, but now I Grandma. Just what I wanted to be. My mom was a Grandma too. She never got to see my little one, but she knew he had been born. She had a stroke but she was able to say to me hope, baby, tears. She so wanted to meet him, but the doctor would not allow him to fly. When you see and hold your little one you’ll know your name. Enjoy, they grow up much too fast just like our children.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Debra, thank you so much for sharing your special story! I called one of my grandmothers Grandma…our son called my Mother Nanny! I am so sorry your Mother didn’t get to see your little one. My Mother didn’t live to see any of her grandchildren! But she would have been a wonderful great-grandmother! I plan on cherishing every moment with our granddaughter! Blessings, Pam

  15. janey says:

    hahahaha… so remind me of ME 6 yrs ago!! I was ecstatic with that first grandbaby….and a girl at that, after 3 sons. But as of last Thursday, I now have 6 under the age of 6 and this ol’ YaYa is exhausted. Completely overwhelmed and so tired after cooking for last 5 days and helping with newborn. and filled with guilt all the time that I’m not doing for one what I do for another…..the ol’ saying that God made babies for young people is SO true… bones don’t work like they used to!

    a name? in your post, you mentioned you’re just GA-GA over this new baby……how about GaGa?????

    Good Luck and have a blast…………and get your pocketbook padded! Nothing like buying for that first grand!!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Janey, wow 6 grands under 6…no wonder you are exhausted! But, I know you are loving every minute! Thanks for the name suggestion! Cute idea! Happy Valentine’s Day

  16. Sabrina says:

    From a grandchild’s perspective, my grandparents have been a HUGE blessing in my life. I have Gram and Pop. I actually have lived with them for most of my adult life so far. They make far better roommates than anyone my own age, plus its important to them to stay in their own home as they age. We lost Pop about 3 years ago, so now its just me and Gram, but I am SO blessed to have had them both around into my 30s. When I was a kid they were Grammy and Poppy, I’m the oldest so I guess I picked the names, but as we got older we shortened their names. We also had a great Grammy who we called “other Grammy” when we were very young, then Gram Rickert (her last name), then Gram Rike, and finally just Rike in our early teens. She went with whatever we called her, signing our Christmas and birthday card with whatever her latest moniker was. She was a special lady.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Sabrina, thanks so much for sharing with me your story and it is a beautiful one! Living with your grandparents and caring for them is a great gift! I know you love all the moments with your Gram! Wishing you and your Gram a Happy Valentine’s Day!

  17. photogal01 says:

    My two sons always called my mother “Nonny”, and they just loved her so much. Sadly, she passed away when they were still pretty young (10 & 7). Several years later, when one of them was looking forward to the arrival of his soon to be born daughter, both boys said “aren’t you excited about becoming a Nonny?”, and we all decided that would be MY name for Adeline to call me (she has 2 grandmothers and 3 great-grandmothers still living). I love when she calls me “Nonny”, but if she wanted to call me anything else, I’d love it just as much! And, like you are anticipating, I now have my little girl to have tea parties with, and she is delightfully feminine! Ballet, dolls, any and all things girly, that’s my little Adeline!

    • Everyday Living says:

      I have always loved the grandmother name “Nonny”! Your precious little Adeline sounds like the perfect little girlie girl with all the bows, ribbons, pink, ballet, etc. I can’t wait! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely story!

  18. Pondside says:

    I maintain that our seven year old grandson, when he was tiny, whispered ‘Nana’ in my ear – and that is what I am for six little ones. I don’t think it really matters what they call us – we are thrilled to hear them say that name!

    • Everyday Living says:

      I so agree as long as they call our name! Nana is a great and endearing name and I know you are busy with six little ones! What blessings!

  19. My, this post invoked everyone’s excitement for you!!! It will be interesting to see what name you decide on. I am called Grandmama and I like that. You have to decide quickly before the name you like gets taken!!! LOL!

  20. Dayle says:

    Congratulations on your upcoming baby girl. My granddaughter will be a year old next month and the time has flown by; seems she was just born. I chose the name Memaw, in honor of my late mother-in-law, but there are a lot of “fun” names available, yes. I know you’ll choose the perfect one for you.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Dayle, oh I know you have so enjoyed your granddaughter! I am sure you are the perfect Memaw! I can’t wait for our little one to arrive! Blessings!

  21. Katzcradul says:

    My first grandchild tried to say ‘Grandma’ but it came out MaMom. Perfect! I melt when she calls on the telephone and say’s, “Hi Mamom!” The logical name for her grandfather was of course, ‘PaPop’. We love it!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Mamom is such a sweet name to your ears, I am sure! It is great when they come up with their own name for you! Thanks so much, and I am so excited!

  22. Exciting times Pam! I did not want us to be saddled with a names we didn’t like so we chose our own. My son’s friends always called my husband Doc so he became Papa Doc and I chose Gigi since it is a nickname for Virginia, my legal name, and the nickname I always wanted when I was a little girl and had a friend named Gigi who I thought was super cool! I have a good friend who insisted her grands called her and their granddad by their regular first names, which is not a bad idea because from now on that’s what everyone will call you!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Jenna, it is very exciting, as you well know! I have always liked the name Gigi and I think it is so sweet to hear little ones call their grandmothers their own special name! Happy Tuesday!

  23. Gwen says:

    I’m Gigi. My daughter chose it. One of my friends is called Honey and I love that. In my circle of friends, we have a Gigi, Mimi, BeBe and CeeCee.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Gwen, I have friends who are called Gigi and I love it! I didn’t realize all the unique names for grandmothers! I am so excited! Happy Tuesday!

  24. Dee says:

    I’m laughing about the GaGa, because that’s what my niece’s grandkids call her. The first one couldn’t pronounce ‘Grandma’, so he called her GaGa. I tease her and call her Lady GaGa…I am jealous because I don’t have any grandchildren. My sister already has great-grands : ( I get to practice on them though..heehee!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Dee, Gaga is funny! So many people have said your grandchild will come up with their own name for you! I am sure whatever she calls me will be perfect! Blessings!

  25. Holly says:

    Our now three year old granddaughter was the only grandchild on both sides and we expected her to be an only child. We laughingly said “Your Majesty and the Colonel” ( my husband is retired Army) We settled on Nana and Gramps. The other side Gramma and Something…but they ended up being The K-Pop duo, now just Gramma and K-Pop. We became Neena and Gampth and we love it! She could not say Nana. Now, as a shock to us all, my daughter is having another baby this fall. We are all thrilled! Good luck. It’s the best thing ever, ever, ever!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Holly, congrats on your second grandchild coming this fall! I have a friend who is called Neena by her granddaughters, sweet name! Thanks so much!

  26. Jane B says:

    I started as Granny – typical grandma name and that was my Mom’s name to my kids. But I became GaGa when Granny was too difficult for an 18 month old to say and I love that name. When folks ask me my grandparent name I always say ….oh, I’m GaGa; as in “Lady” 😉 What’s fun is that no matter the name you come up with, the grands end up calling you whatever they like! Congrats on the soon-to-be granddaughter arrival.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Jane, I thing GaGa is such a cute name! I am sure whatever she calls me, I will come running! Thanks so much and yes, we are excited!

  27. Stacey says:

    How fun! My girlfriends are having grandkids too and several of them are called Gigi. I love that but will choose something else fun just because we already know so many. 🙂

  28. Given that someday I hope to be Grandma Gunn I would love to have it shortened to GG aka Gigi. But as you say the grandchildren often com up with their own monikers.
    Thank you so very much for linking up on Thoughts of Home on Thursday. Your presence helped to make it very special.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Thanks so much Laura! Whatever my granddaughter decides to call me will be perfect! Thanks for the party! Happy Wednesday!

  29. Peggy Z says:

    Congratulations! Having had our first grandchild 2 years ago, I can only say it is wonderful. And what fun reading everyone’s stories! I have 3 sisters and everyone of us are called something different by our grandchildren. My parents were Grammy and Grampy. My husband’s parents were Grandmom and Granddad so I knew he would be Granddad. The other grandmother wanted to be Grammy so I said I would go with Grandmom. And then came our beautiful grandson who melts our hearts. He calls my husband Granddad but he calls me Mommom. I love it.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Peggy, I love Mommom, unique and special for you! I have also enjoyed reading everyone’s stories and how their name was chosen! Happy Wednesday!

  30. Chris says:

    I am Nana to 4 grown Treasures (this is how I refer to our grandchildren). I am also Nana to one and almost another Jewel (great granddaughters) in our Treasure chest. I chose this name because my Nana was so special to me. We did everything together and she was my Trudeau heart mother. Brad has a very unusual name – ‘Pawsie’ simply because that’s the name our oldest Treasure gave him. My daughter has chosen to be called GMe but whether that will stick remains to be seen. You are what your first grandchild calls you.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Chris, I love what you call your grandchildren, and I know they are treasures! Nana is such a sweet name and has a beautiful meaning to you which makes it even more special! I will love whatever she decides to call me I am sure! Happy Wednesday!

  31. Sue Dorsett says:

    I’m going to have my grandchildren call me Sunny. My father’s nickname was Sonny, so to honor him, I want to sound the same with a feminine spelling. Someone suggested Sugar and I love that. Had a beautiful cocker spaniel once named that and it was the name of Marilyn Monroe’s character in “Some Like It Hot.” Who wouldn’t want to be that utterly happy?

    • Everyday Living says:

      Sue, I think Sunny will be a perfect name for you! I also like the suggestion of Sugar! Whatever she calls me, I will love it! Have a wonderful Wednesday!

  32. Alice says:

    My grandmother asked all of her grandchildren to call her mammy. So old fashioned and she was very loved by all of them. I am called Mimi and I love it. My friends grand call her grandma honey. It sounds so sweet.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Alice I love your name, Mimi! Grandma Honey is also cute! I know whatever I decide, she may decide on something else! Happy Wednesday!

  33. Carolyn says:

    When we were expecting our 1st Grandchild, I decided that I would be called Grana and my Husband chose Pop, after his Grandfather.
    Well when this sweet child started talking, Grana came out as Nina. He was determined and I liked it, so We are Nina and Pop.
    We have our ideas and they, as helpless as they are, have theirs.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Carolyn, my friend’s g-name is Nina! So sweet what they decide to call their g-parents! Have a wonderful Wednesday!

  34. Norma Wagner says:

    Congratulations on becoming a YaYa. That’s what my oldest granddaughter called me when she was little because she couldn’t say Grandma. It came out YaYa. She is 13 now. I now have a 3 year old granddaughter that has picked up YaYa from the older one. It is Greek for Grandmother. I think this name would be fitting for you.

    • Everyday Living says:

      Norma, I love the name YaYa! Wow, two granddaughters ten years apart! I know you are enjoying them so much! Thanks for the name suggestion!

  35. chris says:

    My grand daughter calls me GiGi (gg)! I heard this a few years back and always wanted to be GiGi and she has been able to say it for quite some time now which is fabulous! My children called their grandparents by different names (grandma, grandpa, grammy and grampy) and they are all still alive it made sense for me and my husband to be something different. My husband has become “gepa” (g-pa) which is pretty cute when spoken my a 20 month old 🙂 Good luck!

  36. Linda says:

    I have 4 precious grandchildren–1 girl, 3 boys. I am “Gabby”. A friend called her grandmother Gabby, and I decided if I ever had grandchildren that would be the name for me. Kind of fun and sassy and southern–like me! I love hearing those sweet little voices calling Gabby! Nothing like it. Congrats on your first one!

  37. m'lin says:

    You could also try Leelee or Linny!!! I can’t wait for my first to be able to talk and come up with my name, either Mindy or Mimi!!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Thanks for the name suggestions! I like them and they haven’t been suggested previously! I also like your g-name choices for yourself! Happy Sunday!

  38. Naomi S. says:

    Oh, you are so lucky to be getting a granddaughter! I love my five grandsons dearly, but when the most recent one was born last April, I had envisioned and planned on the baby being a girl. I even bought some pink things and made a list of girl names that I tho’t would be nice, sharing them cautiously with my daughter who had opted not to know the baby’s sex ahead of time. Well, as you know, I got another little grandson, Liam Peter, whose a sweet tempered, blue-eyed bundle of love. I think he may be the last baby, so I either have to give up the idea of a granddaughter or find one to adopt! Or enjoy one vicariously through your posts!

    • Everyday Living says:

      Naomi, what wonderful blessings, five precious grandsons! We are excited to finally be getting a grandchild, and love that it will be a granddaughter! Thanks so much and Happy Sunday!

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