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Posted in Working Mothers on 8th March 2014

Parents: Do you ever refer to your significant other to your child in the second person?
For example when talking to your kid you start with “You’re mother” and then finish with (for example) “is sick”.

Best answer(s):

Answer by xtina
Yeah I do.

I often say “daddy is at work” or whatever the sentence may be.

We also (both ways) often refer to our possessions that way. Such as “go for a drive in mums car” or “ta dads phone please”

My children are 28months and 10months if that matters.

Answer by kim h
Yes. Every once in a while I will call him by his name too.

Answer by Kacey Letterman
Yes, I feel like if I say dad, the kids will get confused and ask “who’s dad”? They’re learning the family members and grandpa is moms dad and grandma is moms mom. It’s more direct when you say YOUR mother is…

Answer by Alycia West
Isn’t that just how people talk? I don’t always say he or she, I’ll say ‘daddy’s coming home soon’ ‘we’re going to see grandma’ ‘stop hitting callie’

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