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    My parents are Granny and Poppy.

    The kids paternal grandparents are Nanna (has passed away) and Pa.

    My Granny is Old Granny.

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    My mum and her partner are Nonnie and Grumpy.

    My inlaws are Nanny and poppy
    Plus the great grand parents (DHs side) are Big Nanna and Great Grandpoppy

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    My mum and dad were Granny and Grandad, but DS has always called mum RaRa for some reason so that has stuck!

    IL's are Ma and Poppa

    My Granny is GG (short for great granny but she hates it so it's also funny) and my poppy is still poppy

    There are various nans on my DH side that we don't see much so they are all just nan or nanna. DS will get it one day!

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    DH's parents are Nanny and Grandpa
    My parents are Omi and Opa

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    Nana and pop/py

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    My son calls my parents: 'Nan or nana' & 'Pop'.
    And the in laws are: 'Nonnie' (MIL felt too young for grandma) & 'Grandad'.

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    My parents are Nanna/Nanny and Pop/Poppy
    Parents in law are Nunna and Nunno or Tawn (MIL calls FIL Tawn so DS does too now)

    My Grandparents are - Big Nanna (which is hilarious because she's the tiniest thing ever) and Pa

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    My mum - Ma Ma
    My dad - granddad
    DH dad - grandpa
    DH mum - doesn't want to be a grandmother so I don't talk about her or just use her name.

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    DD calls my mum Nanny, my dad is Papu, FIL is Pop & MIL is Nan.

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    Mother-In-Law = Nanny/Nan
    My Mother = Grandma (though we just call her G'Ma)



 

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