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Old 09-06-2006, 07:10 AM
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My older daughter who is 50 yrs of age as of last month and whose actual name is Merri Ruth has been Pinky forever and still is by fam and close friends her 2nd hubby (12 yrs now) calls her Merri as that is how she was introduced to him. But she will be Pinky to me always
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Old 09-07-2006, 06:32 AM
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Oh that is so cute. So this nickname may just stick w/ the grand. I hope so. The baby is stubborn and won't open the legs so we can find out the sex so we can't say him or her until then
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Old 09-07-2006, 06:49 AM
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We have always called Justin JB for his initials, Justin Blake. Sometimes we call him Jelly Bean or beanpole. Jelly bean cuz it's his favorite candy, and beanpole because he's 6'6" tall!

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Old 09-07-2006, 07:11 AM
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Sharon, I just love your sons middle name. And his nickname JellyBean, Love it.
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Old 11-12-2007, 05:16 PM
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ds1 was sugglepot (May Gibbs character) and ds1 was possum, now they just sweetie, honey, honey bunny, tweedle dum and tweedle dee.

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Old 11-12-2007, 11:02 PM
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My son Jason was called JC for Jason Christopher or Jellybean,he is now 26...

My youngest daughter Sherri will always be called Squeeky...she had such an ear piercing scream and still does and she's 27...

My oldest daughter Crystal was always called Ling...her middle name is Lynn same as her sister's...she is now 28...

My Step-Daughter Rebecca was always called Bossy Boots...and that was her...she is now 24...

My Step-Son Anthony was always called Anthony,no nickname for him...he is 27 now...

Our Granddaughter Baleigh is Jelly Bean...
Our Grandson Alex is Bubble Butt...
Our Grandson Laucklan is Lightening after the movie Cars...
Our Grandson Damien is Bud...
And our Granddaughter Trinity is Trinny...
And Nicole was always called Peanut...and I guess she always will...

I call hubby idea why but it has stuck with him for 20 years...
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Old 11-13-2007, 12:10 AM
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DH David always got fluffy Duffy, when I married him friends called me Duffy ducks, Michaels mates call him Duffman or plain old Duffy (according to them he has no first name, answer the phone, is Duffy there please? or Are you Duffys mum?) and Camerons friends call him Cammo.

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Old 11-20-2007, 06:27 AM
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My son is called Rich or Richie for short, his name is Richard. My daughter is named Kayla and she has one nickname she still is called some times, angel girl, also called sweet kayla, or Kayla Ann, as that is her first and middle name. A teacher called her sweet Kayla and called her brother sweet Richard.
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Old 11-30-2007, 08:06 AM
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DS#1 was born 10 days before Halloween, and when he was little, we called him Punkin, which he's now outgrown, being 10 years old. Occasionally we call him Beavis- my boys were Big Beavis and Baby (or Little) Beavis when DS#2 was a baby, and collectively they are "The Beavii". :D Sometimes when DH and I would discuss the boys with each other, we would refer to them as "Big" or "Little". Kinda difficult to do that now since Little Beavis is only half a head shorter than the brother who is 3 1/2 years his senior!

DS#1 is named Clayton, and sometimes we call him "Clay-Doh". DS#2 is Dillon, and he's always been Dill Pickle or just "Pickles".

DH, Scott, was called "Scooter" by his parents and older brother and "Scoots" by one of his best friends. I got called "Duckie" in college- not really sure how that came about, but I answered to it!
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Old 11-30-2007, 08:20 AM
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Well my #1DD was called Susie-Qand some times Freckle face. my#1 DS was and still is called ROB my #2DD was called little-bit but not was called Stretch and I still call him that and My #3DS was called George not his name for a long time. and my #1 DSD was called Little Mamma
my DSS Twins #1 was called Duck and #2 was Buck and my DSD#2 was charlie that was because she loved charlie calone and if you would let her she would take a bath in it
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