TheBump.com - the inside scoop on pregnancy.
Get The Bump magazine >
You're almost there. Log in if you're a member or join now to connect to Facebook.
Request a new password
popular: ovulation calculator
Find your most fertile days and start TTC >>
moms love: pregnancy calendar
Count down to delivery with your calendar >>
moms love: your baby this week
Sign up to receive weekly updates on your baby >>
moms love: baby name finder
Search through 1000s of baby names >>
moms love: personalized tickers
Track TTC, pregnancy, or baby's age >>
moms love: pregnancy week by week
Let us guide you along week-by-week!)
megdrew1218:"Mommy" until they decide to switch to "Mom".
This, DH will be Daddy/Dad.
This. DD started saying mommy around Christmas. Now she says mommy and daddy 500 times a day. So cute! :-)
I guess I should answer my own question.
I want to be called by my first name, just like my grandmother was, I'm named after her and I think it's cool. My mom and her 4 siblings call their father, "daddy" and grandmother was always "mary"
magdalina.h:whatever he wants to call me.
So if he called you "Bob" you'd be OK with that?
Mama. That's what we called our mom. Still do.
gtown_bride:I refer to myself as "mama" with my dog, so I think I'll stick with that. :)
This...with my dogs too. I think it'll be Mommy/Mom with my non fur children.
I'm personaly not into cutsy stuff, but obviously what ever she choses to call me is fine.
I've been mama since day one. I don't know if its a southern thing but I notice alot of adults still refer to the mother as mama. Actually in my case its usually:
"mama.........*pause*....... MA-MA........ *pause* MAAAAAMAAAAAA*
mysticporter:Whatever the kid chooses. DH and I refer to each other as "Mommy" and "Daddy" if we use the third person (as in, to DD, "Why don't you have Daddy help get your shoes on?") but to this point she's called us Mama and Dada.
This :) Mommy when they are little, then after that mom or momma is fine.