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apparently im "dada" vincents momma! 1 child; Pennsylvania 998 posts
14th Jun '13

my son will be 2 in the end of June, and he started to call me dada a couple weeks ago. he's a very smart boy, he knows over 100 words, he knows his shapes, numbers and his alphabet. it just seems weird to me that all of a sudden he calls me dada, he used to call me momma, and every time were around family or friends he calls me momma..it's just when were alone or my fiance is home he calls me dada. he still calls my fiance dada..i honestly think he does it to get a reaction out of



has anyone else experienced this?

Ꭶwan♥Nemo 1 child; Kansas City, Missouri 7416 posts
14th Jun '13

My son has always called me "daddy" lol. Hes 1 year old, and I cant get him to repeat "mama" for the life of me. He can say Hi, hello, thank you, no and all types of stuff but refuses to say "mama".



For now im just going with it and just correct him mama every time until he gets it.

vincents momma! 1 child; Pennsylvania 998 posts
14th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Ꭶwan♥Nem

mrs jones ♥ 2 kids; Universal City, Texas 2682 posts
14th Jun '13

DS likes to call everybody mama, mostly to get a reaction. He'll be 2 at the beginning of July but we'll ask him who everybody is and his answer's always "mama"

I Stab People 3 kids; Zambia 6604 posts
14th Jun '13

my son calls all females "nonnie" (mix of nana and mommy) he can say nana, and he can say mommy, but this makes more sense in his head. idfk. he used to call everyone daddy aswell. hes 18 months lol

vincents momma! 1 child; Pennsylvania 998 posts
14th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting mrs jones ♥:</b>" DS likes to call everybody mama, mostly to get a reaction. He'll be 2 at the beginning of July but we'll ask him who everybody is and his answer's always "mama""</blockquote>



haha that's adorable, atleast it's mama and not dada! i think that's why vincent does it, to get a reaction from me

vincents momma! 1 child; Pennsylvania 998 posts
14th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting I Stab People:</b>" my son calls all females "nonnie" (mix of nana and mommy) he can say nana, and he can say mommy, but this makes more sense in his head. idfk. he used to call everyone daddy aswell. hes 18 months lol"</blockquote>




aw i think that's sweet! ive never heard of nonnie, but it definitely makes sense lol im not sure what to think of it, it irritates me hah