When my stepdaughter had children, I became "Grandma Kathy" by my request.
When Jessica got pregnant, her mother-in-law, step mother-in-law and I started talking about what we wanted River to call us. I wanted something different than Grandma Kathy. As it turns out, we all had different ideas.
So we became (left to right) Gigi, Mimi and Nanny.
My question is, is this regional? Or do people all over the US use those names? I don't remember hearing anything but Grandma when I was young and living in Indiana. But I don't know if it was because of the time or the region. What do you think? What do your grandchildren call you or what do you call your Grandmother--and Grandfather?
|Happy Gigi shirt|
|My stepdaughter Ashley with her children, Phoenix and Griffin|
Leave a comment below. What do your children call their grandmother? Is it the same as what you call yours?