What Does Your Kid Call "Down There"? Our Readers RespondBabble Editors
Even before it’s time to talk the birds and the bees, kids have many reasons to discuss their … well, you know. We asked our Facebook fans the following question:
What does your kid call “down there”? What did your parents have you call it, growing up?
Here are a few of the most creative (and hilarious!) answers, which will either leave you speaking like Dr. Seuss or signing up for the nearest anatomy class! — Rebecca Bohanan
Lucy 1 of 22My daughter says girls have a "Lucy" and boys have a "tool!"
Submitted by Amanda Mullins
Cookie 2 of 22My son calls his "Weecho" and the girls call theirs "cookies."
Submitted by Shanika GetonMylevel Williams
Duck 3 of 22One day I was giving my daughter a bath, and she said, "Quack, quack! Don't touch my duck!"
Submitted by Apolonia Sanchez
Virginia 4 of 22My son calls it his "peanut" and my girls don't talk yet, but I called it "Virginia."
Submitted by Michele Pankey Barragan
Dinka Dink 5 of 22My son knows the real name but he still calls it a "dinka dink!"
Submitted by Ebony Takeitorleaveit Jones
Hoohaa 6 of 22My son calls it his "dinka" and my girls call theirs "hoohaas." When I was a girl, I called it hoohaa, too.
Submitted by Tiffany Beard
Stripe 7 of 22My youngest son once told me that girls have a stripe! Funniest thing I've ever heard.
Submitted by Mary Kulin
Pirate 8 of 22My daughter calls it her "pirate," because that's what she said when she was younger and trying to say "private." (Pirate is a lot funnier!)
Submitted by Melissa Sharp
Worm 9 of 22My daughter says Dad has a "wiggly worm."
Submitted by Becki Phillips
Monkey 10 of 22My kids call it "monkey." It worked for four kids over the last 14 years!
Submitted by Stephanie Carrillo
Tail 11 of 22My oldest daughter is four and says that boys have tails. She doesn't really have a name for her parts, though. It's kind of a topic where if she doesn't ask what it is, I'm not gonna tell her!
Submitted by Ashley Gilley
Private Stuff 12 of 22My daughter calls it her "private stuff." My husband grew up using "pud," and I was taught "vajayjay" pretty much from birth.
Submitted by Tiffany Cianci
Pocketbook 13 of 22I've heard some parents use "pocketbook."
Submitted by Amber Sumthin
Beanis 14 of 22My son calls it his "beanis!"
Submitted by Pamela Gagliani Cukor
Noodle 15 of 22My son used to call his penis a "noodle."
Submitted by Melanie Saucier Tompkins
Gucci 16 of 22We call it "Gucci" — women's most prized possession!
Submitted by Shallana Gutierrez
Front Butt 17 of 22My oldest daughter called it her "front butt."
Submitted by Kimberly Weiss
Shredder 18 of 22My husband told me his penis was called "Shredder" growing up, in reference to a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles character, because Shredder's helmet looked like the head of a penis.
Submitted by Ashley Strange
Toot 19 of 22My sons call theirs "turtles" and my daughter says she has a "toot."
Submitted by Tiffany Carnes
Butterfly 20 of 22My daughter calls it her "butterfly."
Submitted by Stephanie Lynch
Catuki 21 of 22My grandma used to remind me when I took a bath to make sure to scrub my "catuki." I have no clue where she got that word, but it always made me laugh!
Submitted by Carrie Veatch
Girl Bait 22 of 22My son calls his "girl bait!" He's five!
Submitted by Kourtney Smith
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