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What do you call it?

samtiffsamtiff
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Now I am getting a bit ahead of the game but since we found out that we are having a girl we have been wondering what to call her lady bits when she is little. It seems easier if you have a boy with Willy or Winkie being pretty universal (I might be wrong on that though) but when it comes to the Vagina there is no obvious choice that we can think off.
So, whilst we have a chance to think about it, what would you advise or what do you call it for your little ones?


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GTTkelGTTkel
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Our little girl calls hers 'bits' and our boy's is 'winky'.

angelsmomangelsmom
posted 8 years 6 months ago
we call casey's, 'bits' or 'tuppence' and haydens 'tiddler' tho casey calls it a 'jingle' (or something like that)

kristagkristag
posted 8 years 6 months ago
We've always gone for 'bits' too. I agree with you though, a boy is easy but other names for girlie bits are, well, just too rude really Embarassed

WkdblueWkdblue
posted 8 years 6 months ago
George calls his his manny and ladies have flowwers. Shrug

candgsmumcandgsmum
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Charlotte calls her bits her 'front bum'.

George has 'bits' or a 'widgey'.

WolfblassWolfblass
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Yep it's bits here too . I know people who call it a 'Floo' or a 'Mary' though. It was a Mary when i was growing up and i used to say it to step DD until i realised both her Nana and Grandma are called Mary Embarassed . Shrug

Boys bits were always Wilberts, but good point as might have to think what to tell bump as he gets older.

The worst i ever heard was when i took DD to the toilet in a supermarket and the lady in the next cubicle told her daughter to wipe her 'FIFI Flower Purse!!!!' Shocked What on earth...i rolled around on the floor for days telling people that one! LOL

AlexAlex Moderator
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Flower is very common in my nursery.

Personally I don't like foo!!

staceybstaceyb
posted 8 years 6 months ago
- My blog
ITS A PICKLE!!!!!!!!!! LOL

candgsmumcandgsmum
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Fifi flower purse Monkey Crazy Weird

I used to call it a tuppy when I was younger. My SIL calls it a floo.

samtiffsamtiff
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Last edited by samtiff 8 years 6 months ago
Thanks for all your replies. Glad I am not the only one who thinks it is a difficult one. I used to call it my front bottom when I was little but I remember being confused by this description as I got older.

I like tuppy (or tuppence) and my husband always goes for lady bits (so to speak) so I think I will wait and see what occurs.

Fifi Flower Purse sounds like she should be friends with Strawberry Shortcake! Hee hee. Very Happy

SamuelSamuel
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Fairy

WelshMumWelshMum
posted 8 years 6 months ago
I haven't had to deal with that one yet, although Gem is 5 years old she has been having speech therapy since she was 16 months old and I never tackled that word with her! Don't know if her Nan (her dad's mum) has a name for it, but I don't think so as Gem has never talked about it. Usually, any new word or name is used often- unless she asks me what it is I'll leave it for now... not calling it a 'Fifi flower purse' tho LOL!! 'Front bottom' could be a possibility, will have to think about this!

Lou x

mum2popsnjakmum2popsnjak
posted 8 years 6 months ago
well here we call Lolly's a 'mini' or 'bits' and Jake is 'winky or 'willy'. I also think it is harder to know what to call a girls bits, we didn't even really think about it with Jake. My friends little girl calls hers fufu. I think just use what you are comfortable saying.

samtiffsamtiff
posted 8 years 6 months ago
Oh my. I am visiting my Mum and Brother at the moment and he has decided that we should call it a chainsaw!!! Shocked

This apparently will put off boys for as long as possible.

How much therapy would she need if we went for that I wonder? Very Happy

catswinniecatswinnie
posted 8 years 6 months ago
it was always a tuppence when i was little

sunrisesunrise
posted 8 years 2 months ago
Good question. My boy has used so many names for his; however, I have never heard my daugther giving a name to hers.. she just smiles every time she tries to say something about 'it'. Smile

LihraLihra
posted 8 years 2 months ago
alisa calls her a mumfy as it is africans for it and sounds alot better in england as no-one knows what you are talking about

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