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    Default Spin Off: What do your children call their mother and their father

    4 year old DS says Daddy always and usually Mum, mummy if he's hurt or upset and Mumma if he's cranky , tired or wants something!

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    Mum/mummy/mumma for me.

    Dad for him.

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    Mum and dad.

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    Varies between mumma & mummy. The other parental figure in the house is my mum and she gets nanny. He calls his birth mum mummy.........(insert first name).

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    mum/dad
    mumma/dadda

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    Mum, mummy, mama.
    Dad and daddy.
    Dh calls me mama though so I think that will stick.

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    I get mum, mummy, mumma and mother

    Dh gets dad, daddy and dada and occasionally his first name (dd3 finds it hilarious)

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    Default Spin Off: What do your children call their mother and their father

    Mama

    Dada or Daddy.

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    DS1: mum
    DS2: mum, mummy and mostly mumma.

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    Mum, mum, mum, muuuum, mmuuummm mmm uuhhhh mmmm, mum, mum, mum

    Said a hundred dozen times a day :/
    Their dad nfi


 

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