I've always found it interesting all the titles and nicknames we use for our family, and it was on my mind as family gathered this week and I heard many differences even within my own family! Share who they are, what you call them, and a picture if you have/want to!
  1. Maternal Great Grandmother - Buna
    It's Ukrainian but I'm unsure of the exact translation. She's the amazing woman who my family celebrated this week: FOR MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER
  2. Maternal Great Grandfather - Dieda
    Pronounced line "Jeh-the" Ukrainian for "Grandpa"
  3. Maternal Grandmother - Baba Luba
    Contraction of Ukrainian "Babushka" and her first name.
  4. Maternal Grandfather - Papa Larry
    My mothers ex-stepdad, isn't around and doesn't come up much really but when he does.
  5. Paternal Grandmother - Grandma Repay
    Just simple and classic.
  6. Paternal Grandfather - Grandpa
    The only grandfather I really ever had so we kept it simple.
  7. Static
  8. I called mine Maw-Maw and Paw-Paw.
    It came from a toddler mispronunciation, but it stuck on both sides of the family.
    Suggested by @jhope71
  9. I just call mine Grandma and Grandpa
    I only have one set of grandparents!
    Suggested by @lexie_elyse
  10. The only two grandparents I ever met, my mom's mom, Granny and Granny's dad Poppy.
    Suggested by @tylerka323
  11. My regular grandparents were just Grandma or Grandpa (insert first or last name), but my paternal great-grandparents were Gommie and Pop.
    Suggested by @andlamb
  12. Only grandparent I have her known was my Mother's Mother.... I call her Gran.
    Suggested by @teamgivan
  13. My paternal Grandmother has been Nanny Nawny since I could talk bc I had a lisp as a kid 😂 I'm the oldest cousin so everyone else followed my lead and called her Nanny or Nanny Nawny. My maternal Great Grandmother was Baba (pronounced similar to "Bubba")
    Suggested by @theemilywest
  14. I call my mother's mom Grandma, and my father's mom Nana. My mother's father Tata, and my father's father Grandpa.
    Suggested by @sarahmccoy
  15. Paternal: Honey Ginny and Big Mike. Maternal: Nana and Papa.
    My steps call me Janjan.
    Suggested by @jannychan
  16. Papa and Mimot
    Suggested by @clownhairqueer
  17. Nana and Poppy!
    My mom and dad want to be Mimi and Papa once they are grandparents (very soon, thanks to my sisters).
    Suggested by @Boogie
  18. Abuelita
    It's a version of Abuela which is grandmother in Spanish. I only have grandmothers. My paternal grandpa isn't in the picture.
    Suggested by @noemimacias
  19. Paternal: Papa and Grandma Margie
    Maternal: Granddaddy Bob and Grandma Dixie
    Suggested by @nantea
  20. Grandma Joan! I always pronounced is Gram-ma and referred to her as 'gram' to other people and sometimes like it was her nickname.
    Suggested by @jetfuelliz
  21. Maternal Grandma: Mima (pronounced mee muh)
    Not sure where it came from!
    Suggested by @sarahsmith4
  22. Maw-Maw and Paw-paw, although the my children call their grandparents Neena and Poppie
    Suggested by @marginally_amazing
  23. I only had one set of grandparents alive while growing up, so one was Grandpa and one was Grandma. My in-laws chose the names Gigi and Papa, which drives me nuts because my nephew and nieces refer to my grandma (their great-grandma) as GG. My husband calls his one grandma Grammy and the other one is Grandma Sissy, even though her name is Mary
    Suggested by @colls39
  24. I called my 2 grandmas memère and 2 grandpas pepère. It's from the French grandmère and grandpère. I still have 2 memères and 1 pepère 💕
    Suggested by @jennifer1482
  25. My mom has already requested to be called 'Mrs. Fox' or 'Mother the Sequel' when she has grandkids. 😂 I'm about 90% sure it will end up being 'grandma' though!
    Suggested by @foxfoxkatie
  26. My mother's parents were Memaw & Papaw, in small town Alabama. My dad's parents were Papa and Grandma (Midwestern).
    My nephews call my mom Beebee and my dad Papa.
    Suggested by @kcupcaker
  27. I have Nana and PawPaw on my mom's side. My dad's side there's Grumps and Mommom. 🙈
    Suggested by @katiesham
  28. Grandma/Grandpa (my dad's Italian parents who wanted very traditional American names) & Mom-mom/Pop-pop (like every other kid in the Philadelphia tri-state area)
    Suggested by @jessnobs
  29. Gram + Granddaddy
    (Maternal grandparents)
    Suggested by @bbveg
  30. Nanny + Papa
    (Paternal grandparents)
    Suggested by @bbveg
  31. Papa + Nanny
    (Paternal grandparents)
    Suggested by @bbveg