What do you call your baby girls "parts"?

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  1. Wirral_Kitty

    Wirral_Kitty Well-Known Member

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    Hiya, I'm trying to think of a nice term to use for my little baby girls bits. When I was little I used the word "rudie" but I dont want her to think there is anything rude about them when she grows up. How about "fluff"?
     
  2. sarahchops86

    sarahchops86 lexie and logan's mummy

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    we call it her "foof" god knows where that came from!
     
  3. sjb1985

    sjb1985 Mummy to 2 lovely Rugrats

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    We call it a mini. It was the first thing that popped into my head one day when my darling son followed me into the toilet and nearly fell over in shock when mummy didnt have a willy :haha:

    xx
     
  4. Savannah11

    Savannah11 Love my boys xxx

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    :haha:
     
  5. Noodlejuice

    Noodlejuice Mum to 3, expecting #4!

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    My four year old daughter calls hers her "girlie bits". Seemed logical!
     
  6. Misskitty

    Misskitty Well-Known Member

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    We have lots of different names including Noonie, Fanooter, and cha-cha!
     
  7. Bumbled Bee

    Bumbled Bee Well-Known Member

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    I don't see what's wrong with vagina? I have a son, but if I have a girl next, it'll be vagina.
     
  8. special_kala

    special_kala love my bugs

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    we use minnie mostly
     
  9. Mum2b_Claire

    Mum2b_Claire Mummy to Ruby & Scarlett!

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    Nothing yet, all the 'nicknames' make me cringe but the word vagina seems so...clinical!
     
  10. lozzy21

    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    But you dont just wipe your vagina you wipe your whole pubic area
     
  11. lozzy21

    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    We use fanny
     
  12. Mum2b_Claire

    Mum2b_Claire Mummy to Ruby & Scarlett!

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    and I guess technically the vagina is just the inside bit anyway...? Sorry haha
     
  13. Rachael.

    Rachael. Guest

    I use what my mum and dad used!

    For a girl - tuppence or tup-tup
    For a boy - digger!
     
  14. madcam

    madcam expecting no 4

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    my 5 year old calls it her front bum lol
     
  15. binxyboo

    binxyboo Well-Known Member

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    4magpies TTC #2 IVF

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    I use flower or twinkle....

    xxx
     
  17. Dolly.

    Dolly. Mummy & pregnant

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    i have a little boy but I grew up calling it 'nelly'
     
  18. lily123

    lily123 Mammy <3

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    Tuppence or pinkie lol!
    x
     
  19. dollyminxture

    dollyminxture Mammy to 1 and expecting

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    ive always used foofy or fairy, boys is willy or wilbert
     
  20. clarsair

    clarsair Well-Known Member

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    Oh this thread makes me laugh! And I'd never thought about what LO should call hers (although she has a long way to go yet). I don't think I ever had a 'name' when I was little, just used to refer to it as 'down below'. Although I now hear my Mum and Aunties say 'foofie' or 'queer thing'! (Yes, their conversations know no boundaries when in a group - is it wrong to still be embarrased at the age of 30?!).
     

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