Bird - um...don't see the correlation
Bits, Dingaling, dobbers, doinker, dong, doodle,
family jewels- isn't this a bit too old for a young boy to say
frank (&beans)- now this is just getting cras
johnston - johnston??? seriously? wow.,
junk- junk? What does that teach a young boy about loving himself if part of him is junk?
knob- does this encourage them to "turn it". :/
Mr. Winky- who is Mr. Winky and why are boys calling their private parts that?
noodle, package parts, peanut,
pecker - isn't this considered a slang, bad word like (c**t)
peter - what if the boys name is peter or his friend???
pickle - PLEASE can we stop relating food to privates!
stuff, tally whacker, thing,
twig (&berries)- again...KEEP NATURE OUT OF IT!!! lol
wang, wee wee, weiner,
willy- again with the names!
zipfy- don't understand this one.
bunny- bunny? It doesn't even look like a bunny!! Not sure about this one.
chi-chi, choo choo- that is what my girls call a train!
cooch, coochie- I was always taught these two words were slang...bad words
cookie - NO FOOD PLEASE
coolie- don't understand that.
front bottom, fufu, gina (my girls have called theirs this before)
girlfriend- no no no no
hoo hoo, hoo ha, jo jo,
kitty kat - now that is confusing for a kid
kooter- another word I was taught was bad
lola - who is lola?
muffin, peach - ENOUGH WITH THE FOOD!
pipi, pooter- pooter? Doesn't that refer to the bottom area more?
tee tee, vagina, va-j-jay, voovoo, vulva, what-not,
and last but not least...my friend's girls called theirs Chinas.
So I guess you can have your pick if you have not yet decided what to call your child's privates other than the anatomically correct name. lol
I found a few good articles on the topic if you want to check it out. http://www.circleofmoms.com/article/what-call-kids-private-parts-page-1-01296
From a doctor's perspective: http://www.kidsdr.com/daily-dose/teaching-your-kids-about-their-private-parts
And a father's perspective: http://doodaddy.net/2007/10/31/the-vajayjay-monologues-what-do-your-tell-your-toddlers-to-call-their-parts/
Here is a funny blog entry at Offbeat Mama's blog:http://offbeatmama.com/2009/11/anatomy-language-kids
What say you???