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Name for girl's bits????

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Aznerak Tue 28-Jun-05 14:37:37

Weird question I know but!
We have a 3yr old son and obviously he refers to his bits as his willy but we now have a baby daughter too.
What is the concensus as to acceptable words for girl's bits???

hayleylou Tue 28-Jun-05 14:38:31

I just call them bits

WigWamBam Tue 28-Jun-05 14:38:51

We just call our dd's her bits. And it's not such a weird question; it gets asked quite often!

lilaclotus Tue 28-Jun-05 14:40:19

well we either call it 'front bottom' or 'poep' (which is the dutch word for bottom).

Nemo1977 Tue 28-Jun-05 14:41:06

our ds is 20mths and calls his willy bob[no idea where it came from] so when he points at me dh has started to call mine wendy...pmsl

lilaclotus Tue 28-Jun-05 14:41:59


WigWamBam Tue 28-Jun-05 14:43:13

Oooh, I just hate front bottom ... makes me cringe (it's what my mother used to call it, and it's just so twee!)

lilaclotus Tue 28-Jun-05 14:45:47

it comes from when i give her a shower. "wash your front bottom, and your back bottom" and it's now stuck. but poep makes her giggle like mad

PandaBear Tue 28-Jun-05 14:47:55

We call it a mini

julen Tue 28-Jun-05 14:48:01

Lilaclotus, 'poep' in Dutch means pooh..! Grin.. Try 'spleetje'

lilaclotus Tue 28-Jun-05 14:51:40

i know it does, but it also means bottom. it's one of the reasons it makes her giggle so much!

gingerbear Tue 28-Jun-05 14:53:37

tis a Noonie in our house

As in 'Mummy I've got sand in my Noonie' after a day at the beach

lucy5 Tue 28-Jun-05 14:55:34

my dd calls it a twinkle

everythingandnothing Tue 28-Jun-05 15:11:09

I like "Noonie". My DD asked me what you call it the other day and could not think of anything to call it, I just told her that the was where her wee's came out. Not very inventive.

jjash Tue 28-Jun-05 15:17:42

dd calls hers a lulu ! No idea where it that name came from though.

Anchovy Tue 28-Jun-05 15:45:26

We've just bitten the bullet and gone with "fanny" - nothing mystical or romantic sounding there. At the weekend DD (20 months) came out of the paddling pool in front of her grandparents walking like John Wayne, clutching her groin theatrically, and said "Oh dear. Wet fanny"

expatinscotland Tue 28-Jun-05 15:45:48

Lou lou.

welshmum Tue 28-Jun-05 15:50:05

It's a fanny in our house.
As in 'I've got to have a shower - I've come back from Glastonbury with mud in my fanny' (my sister I hastened to add - not my child)

Dahlia Tue 28-Jun-05 15:51:14

We say 'bits'

Mama5 Tue 28-Jun-05 15:51:21

We call it Muffy! Funny when the kids watch Arthur but its been 10 years now and its been fine!

hamster Tue 28-Jun-05 15:56:10


As a child, with my 2 sisters and 1 brother, my mother refered to the front bum as; A "dink" for a girl and a "willy" for a boy.
As I've got older I've stuck to the "willy" thing, but now refer to ladies bits as either, a "lady garden" or a "foo"

Spongebob Tue 28-Jun-05 16:00:20

We called it a "witsy-bitsy"

handlemecarefully Tue 28-Jun-05 16:10:42

twinkle here....

although dd got confused by the nursery rhyme for a while and started calling it her 'star'....

QueenFlounce Tue 28-Jun-05 16:12:35

Fanjeeta!!! I love that word.

sandyballs Tue 28-Jun-05 16:24:24

It's a winkie woo in our house . No idea why!

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