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Do you already have a nickname for your little one(s)?<br><br>
I started calling her munchie for some unknown reason and it just stuck. I call her that so much that she probably will think it is her name! Dad calls her PJ - short for pride and joy.
 

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I like PJ for pride and joy-- Awwww!<br><br>
I call my little peanut "teddybear" since his name is Theodore.
 

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Our nicknames over here are not as sweet, but she is called by them lovingly.<br><b><br>
From Daddy:</b><br>
Poop Factory<br>
Honey Bunny<br>
Baby Girl<br><br><b>From Mama:</b><br>
Wiggle Worm (she wiggles her head back and forth all the time)<br>
Turd Burglar<br>
Kidlet
 

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Other than shortening 'Jackson' to 'Jack', we also call him 'Sweetpea', 'Muchkin', 'Mr. Magoo' and 'Magoo Face'. The last two are because he looks like a wrinkly old man <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol">
 

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I call DD2 bam and squeak, she always sounds like a little mouse with her noises. Dh calls her punk.
 

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His Royal Fatness.
 

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Little Buddah - because when you sit her upright she looks like a Buddah.<br><br>
Squeaker - she has the cutest squeaky noises she makes when she's sleeping and nursing!
 

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<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol"> great!
 

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DD has affectionatey been dubbed "cakey"....my 6 yr old was lovin' on her one day and smelled her breath and declared "Mom, Lizzie's breath smells like cake!" <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol"> gotta love that sweet milk breath!
 

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I've been calling him my little boo boo bear and sometimes he's Mr. fussy.
 

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Dh is the nickname one around here. He calls her "Little Critter". He called older dd "Little Bit". He started calling this one that adn I gently reminded him that dd needed her own nickname....he couldn't steal older dd's.
 

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It was peanut, until lately when tank and tanker truck became the new names... that is because he is already 11 lb 9 oz! At only one month and two days old!
 

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kermie/kermit ,because he makes muppet faces and how he sticks his tongue out when he's hungry. And boo boo.
 

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Ok, we are really bad with this. Each of my kids has so many nicknames I doubt they know their ACTUAL name sometimes. Here are some interchangeable ones:<br><br>
From Big Sis: Beanie Boy, little man, brother boy<br><br>
From Me: Brother man/ Other man, bruva, teenie beenie (adaptation of beanie boy)<br><br>
Here are the baby specific names:<br><br>
From Daddy: Kieran b'neiran and Owen b'gowen, and Big K and No'mer<br>
From Big Sis: Little Mr. Owen and the rhyming names above<br>
From Me: Little Mo (adaptation of big sis's little Mr. Owen) and Kier Bear
 
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