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that the use of phrase "baby daddy" is driving me absolutely insane.

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BarbieLovesKen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:15:20

Im on another parenting site too and am part of an ante natal group as Im currently pregnant.

One woman continuously uses the term baby daddy when referring to her other half. This woman is apparantly turning 30 soon.

It is actually annoying me so much that I cant actually post on the thread anymore (is that ridiculous?) if it was here, I'd tell her to get a grip but the site is much more censored and frilly and I would probably be banned for life. I think it would be worth it though.

I really, really, really want to shout at her.

RussetRingletsHeyer Fri 12-Nov-10 21:24:52

Er - that's weird. Seriously. Is that the only reason she's with her DP?

No, it's not riduculous. She'll become a helicopter parent. Bet you.

So no, YADNBU.

usualsuspect Fri 12-Nov-10 21:26:15

<boak>

loftyjen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:26:34

YANBU - think the term stinks, suggests the father is pretty much a sperm donor rather than someone she's actually in a relationship with/has much respect for.

ChippingIn Fri 12-Nov-10 21:26:42

That'll learn ya for hanging out on other sites!

scottishmummy Fri 12-Nov-10 21:27:12

is she trying to be momma-in-da-hood down wiv da kids

have never heard it in anyone above 21

thisisyesterday Fri 12-Nov-10 21:27:27

hmm well, i am guessing she doesn't mean it that way but isn't the generally accepted meaning of that a guy that you just used for a child?

so... you could act all innocent and say "so.. is your DP really a babydaddy?" and see what she says

BarbieLovesKen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:27:57

No, they appear to be in a relationship which makes it stranger really now that I think of it.

SheWillBeLoved Fri 12-Nov-10 21:28:21

Bleurgh, YANBU. Fucking vile term. Bet she thinks it makes her look quite trendy and cool, rather than tragic. Baby daddy...[shudder]

BarbieLovesKen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:29:02

Think she is trying to be momma-in-da-hood but ffs, we're Irish

chandra Fri 12-Nov-10 21:30:15

I use the term DS's dad when talking about... well DS' dad, but I'm getting divorced and I don't feel like saying my ex, particularly to people that do no needed to know that DS and I, live in a single parent household.

BarbieLovesKen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:30:21

oh feel better know. Although I knew I wasnt BU {smug] part of me worried you would all say I was mad, crazy, tetchy pregnant woman.

SheWillBeLoved Fri 12-Nov-10 21:30:31

Hahahahah grin Giggling to myself whilst saying baby daddy in an Irish accent. Propa gh3tt0.

scottishmummy Fri 12-Nov-10 21:31:15

ask if hes her ride.ride-daddy.Irish so not da hood at all

Habbibu Fri 12-Nov-10 21:31:15

YANBU. It makes me feel queasy. Can you hide the thread?

Herecomesthesciencebint Fri 12-Nov-10 21:31:35

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BarbieLovesKen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:32:22

grin SheWillBeLoved

No chandra, I think ds' dad is perfectly acceptable, I often say the same on here, even if she said "my baby's dad or (uuuh) daddy (at a push)" its the singular "baby daddy" rubbish

scottishmummy Fri 12-Nov-10 21:32:33

aye but not oft used Irish mammies parlance

BarbieLovesKen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:33:32

Cant hide thread, not as advanced as Mumsnet. grin

scottishmummy Fri 12-Nov-10 21:34:52

wouldn't travel well to scotland either.weans da/dad is close as it gets

NotShortImPomBearSized Fri 12-Nov-10 21:35:02

YANBU

I used to work with a man in his mid 20's who only ever referred to his dp as his "baby mumma"

Drove me round the bend.

scottishmummy Fri 12-Nov-10 21:35:55

most risible when middle class folk try get all street

BarbieLovesKen Fri 12-Nov-10 21:37:36

baby mumma

(shudder)

You see, as much as that annoys me, at least I can just not log on, you had to work with that idiot

c0rns1lk Fri 12-Nov-10 21:38:43

bet she has loads of teddies in her car

scottishmummy Fri 12-Nov-10 21:40:33

no tedddies just tinfoil from her wraps and hood life

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