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They call my mother butter-butt because while they were camping, she backed into a trash basket and got a butter wrapper stuck on her butt.Recently we had our first son, and my in-laws wanted to know what they should be called.
She derived the names from lord of the rings when one of the Elves were talking.We always called my grandmother Babchi (bop-chee) or Baba (Bah-bah) and my grandfather was Dadju (Dah-jooh).I was always told that Baba was Ukrainian and Babchi was Russian. When our first g-child was born, we pondered, as Busia (which signifies "old" to me) and Bunia were taken.Babci & Dziadzio: Hubby and I are each 100% Polish, and when we had our first, his Mom was already called Busia ( again an Americanized version of Babcia), and my Mom became Bunia, a shortening of the derivative Babunia. So I became Babci (it is even on my license plates! It is a lot easier to have Babci and Dziadzio on one side, and Grandma and Grandpa on the other ( our SIL is from good, Iowa stock).I really happen to like the names, i beats calling them Grandma or Grandpa ( insert last name).At Mrs Mary: When my brother was 1 or so he was in day care where he had a Mrs Mary, our father's sister was also Mary and soon became At Mrs Mary (He couldn't say Aunt).
Everyone loved the name and when she had grandchildren of her own they called her At Mrs Mary too.
Babchi/Dadju: My Grandmother and Grandfather were from the Ukraine.
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.