Er...great nickname, but not my favorite.
I prefer Nannie because the spelling is at least not...Nanny.
This is stupid.
I prefer Nannie, but I imagine a pair of twins who are about 5 years named Nanny and Fanny.I like this name, I call my grandma "mama" (I call my mom, mom), and I've never had a babysitter, so the only other thing I imagine besides what I've stated earlier is that British show where it stars a babysitter named Jo. Regardless, a girl with this name will definitely get teased.
My name is Annie and once when I was ordering pizza and the cashier asked me what my name was, they thought that my name was Nanny.
I’m neutral about the name Nanny, however, it would lead to teasing on the child baring the name, but once he/she reaches the age of 60 and is babysitting children, it will suit the person then.
There's a character called Nanny McPhee from the movie of the same name.
Nanny? Seriously? This is what I call my grandmother. Enough said...
Please do not officially name your child this. This name will not suit them until they become a GRANDMA!
I would hope nobody puts this as their child's name on a birth certificate. Maybe a cute nickname from time to time, but nothing official.
The first things that pop into my head are those annoying singing nannies played by Julie Andrews.
Nanny is what you call a grandmother, a goat or a babysitter. This is not a name.

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