When I had my son I was 22 and my mom was 47. She still refuses to be called "grandma" because she says she is too young. So, for the first year of my son's life she called herself "Aunt". This is ridiculous to me but anyway she decided she doesn't need to be called Aunt anymore but she still refuses Grandma or Granny or anything close to it. So right now I don't call her anything to my son I just refer to her as "she" but he's going to be talking soon and I don't want him to be confused. Should I just wait and see what he comes up with? Or has anyone been in a similar situation that can give me some advice?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 12:14 PM on Mar. 26, 2010 in Relationships
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ANON 12:21...that is cute. If it were my son, she would have been called N E M(prn In-ee-em). That is how he pronounced it.
N E M would be cute too. My husband and his brother are 36 and 38, and their Mim-Mim is 87. All their cousins call her Grandmother & Last Name, which seems so stuffy in comparison.
Answer by Anonymous at 12:37 PM on Mar. 26, 2010
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