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I'm pretty sure that we all do it. I call my 3 boys:

Boo
Dewy
Monkey Bum
Peanut
and
Dolly

Now that I think of it, I hope I'm not scaring them for life! lol.

What do you name your kids?

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My husband tagged our son with the unfortunate moniker of 'Boober', and it kind of stuck. He's now trying to amend it to 'Zoomer', but it isn't as adhesive. My parents & brother call him the X-Man.
I've been using Mase a lot lately..which I said I would never do but it's kind of stuck on him now!!

When he was younger it was Baby Monkey and Monster Man
Madelyn is "puddin" {my husband started that one}
Tyler is "Ty Guy" {the only thing Madelyn calls him}
Carson is "Carson Bean" {"jumpin bean", he used to jump like crazy in his jumperoo}
I call my daughter sweetums and sometimes turkey lurkey.
My husband calls her pooter pie.
Dylan is Pickel (AKA the dill Pickel) but she prefers Princess
Luke is Pie or buddy
Mine is Pumpkin or Miss Sunshine
I call my girls:
Dolly Bear,
Panda
Shmootie-oot
Shmoot
Sweetie-pea
Boo
As the years have gone by, the names have been modified. My 19 year old doesn't like me calling out "panda" when we are in public.
oh man...

munchkin
chubbhead
cheeks or cheeks for weeks
lil monkey
chubby monkey
I've just got one kid, but he's got multiple nicknames

When he was born, the nurses commented on his long fingers and toes. My husband has long fingers and toes and I call him MonkeyMan. It seemed natural to call my son MonkeyBoy.

I also call him booger, dude, and buddy. But then, I refer to an inordinate number of people as dude.
Those are some names I hadn't thought of before! I hope when our kids get older, that they don't mind! It's so neat how we come up with all these creative ways to call for our child's attention.
For my daughter:
Sweetpea
Gabbers
Babydoll

My son:
Sweet potato
Chunky Monkey
Bubba boo
Pumpkin
Bear
Monkey
Sweetie Pie

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