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Old 02-01-2013, 08:54 AM
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I have been doing home child care for 2 years now and still have not had very much consistency with children using my name, it's not that big if a deal but am just curious what everyone else goes with.

Also, for children under 2 or 3 how much effort do you put into correcting them.

Most of my children over 2.5 have always called me Miss ______ without much problem

But as of now i have a dcg 4, hispanic and she calls me tia (aunt), she did it on her own, no one told he to, she also calls my husband tio (uncle)

I have a 2.5 dcb, philipino, he has been coming here since he was 13 months, and parents insisted on tita, and tito (aunt and uncle) for my my husband and i, and atte and kuya (big sister, big brother) for our daughter and son, well the little boy has a speech delay and only calls me mama, well last night at pick up dcm was telling child to give hugs/kisses and say goodnight as per routine but when she told him to hug me goodbye she said tita and then said "what does he call you anyways?", errrr, my daughter pipes up, "oh, he just calls her mama", errrr, dcm seems fine with this and then tells dcb "give mama hugs goodbye, blow kisses"

I also have 20month dcb that calls me mama, but i keep correcting him to call me Miss _______ to no avail.

I started a dcg this week, super smart, just turned 2 a month ago, she can basically hold a conversation with you, so in an effort to teach dcg my name, (because i only have one 4yr dcb that uses it) while on the changing table i ask her "whats your name", "okay, whats my name" dcg says "Mommy!" so i correct her and tell her "no, im not mommy, im mrs. _______" and instead of copying me like i expected she basically yells "no, your Mommy!" well now it is the end of the week and she still argues her point with me when i try to play the name game so.......i dunno

Call me crazy but i dont think all my dcf's would react as unfazed by this as my 2.5 dcb's mom did, (they have been with me a long time and she has actually refered to me as mama to him before)

Basically, though just curious......
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:58 AM
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They call me by my given name. No Miss or Aunt in front of it.
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They call me by my given name. No Miss or Aunt in front of it.
Me too. My name is Emily and that's what they call me.
I have a couple young ones who sometimes say mama but I always correct them.
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:42 AM
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i cant wait till our kids start talking LOL..our only talkers are a 3 and 4 year old and they call us miss ______

all the others including our 2 year old do not talk much and will point or put their hands up or scream LOL
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now that i think about it.. i do have a 14 mnth old that says mama now and again..alot of my kids only started within the last few mnths.. he has been my longest one here..
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Old 02-01-2013, 10:54 AM
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I let them call me whatever they want and whatever is easiest for them. My first name is Marina but because my mom lives with us and she is also a Marina I go by my middle name Vanessa. It's easier for the kids to say that (or a variation of that like Nessa) vs my first name but I have had a DCG call me "teacher" before.

I'm not used to being called Mrs. and my last name is impossible for them to say so I preffer to let the kids and parents call me by my middle name ... much much easier that way
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Old 02-01-2013, 11:04 AM
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For me it depends on what the parents call me in front of their kids. Either they just use my first name, or some say Miss ______.

On occasion one will accidentally call me mom.
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Most call me Miss._______ (name). Some just call me my first name. ONE calls me Mommy. He is almost 3, talks VERY well and unlike the OP's laid back dcm my dcm is NOT impressed. I have corrected him EVERY SINGLE TIME he has said my name for 6+ months, nope. MOMMY! He will say "Mommy look!" and I will say "Miss ____ look!" and he says, "No, you my Mommy!" huge smiles. UGH! I feel TERRIBLE every day when he hugs me and says "Yub you Mommy!" at pickup!
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Your Honor or Your Majesty. Just kidding, I have been Aunt Cheri since I was 6 months old and everyone calls me that even some of my grandchildren.
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Miss _______. Usually. One calls me Mom and I just now got him calling me by my name finally. Another calls me lady. Not kidding. He does not speak well.
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Most of them call me Mommy. I have 3 kids of my own that do it, so why wouldn't they? One of my 2 year olds(turned 2 in Dec) is a great talker. She knows everyone's names. She refuses to call me Emily. In all fairness, in toddler speak, Emily and Mommy are not that different. My 4 yo calls me "Emily" or "Miss Emily".
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I prefer just my first name.

One boy went home for a two week vacation last summer and came back calling me "Miss [first name]". I tried correcting him to no avail. gave up.

New family started in November and called me just my first name for the longest time...now the older boy has started gradually calling me Miss, too. Occasionally Mommy/mama.

My DD called me by my first name for the longest time because of my trying to get dcks to. That was funny...mostly how everyone else freaked about it and I was like "meh, whatever."

I find that toddlers/babies start off calling me mama, and think it has to do with their schema of "lady who takes good care of me equals mama". They usually figure it out eventually, or by the time they get close to two i start correcting them gently.
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I have them call me by my first name. Sometimes they call me Miss (first name).
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I have all under 3 and 2 of my own. So far they all call mommy. I'm trying tomcorrect it. Don't get me wrong 2 of them know my name. In front of their parents they will call me miss_____.
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MIMI!
My g'kids call me that & the others naturally do too.
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Old 02-01-2013, 01:19 PM
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None of my daycare kids have call me anything...they just come up to me. I guess i have introduced myself...but am not always repeating myself. But my very first dcg started calling me mommy. So i would put my finger on her chest and say her name and then my hand on my chest and say my name. Now i wasnt thinking she would think this was sign language...but she did. So if i ask her to say her name...she slams her hand on her chest and tries to say it. Its hilarious. For a while she was calling me "may-me" which led to me asking the parents who mayme is..... their dog o.O
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Old 02-01-2013, 04:06 PM
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Talking I Have thought about this ALOT!

One FCCP I used to work for all of her kids called her and all of the assistants by only their first names, though some parents had their older kids to call her Miss first name- I think that is just how that family was raised. I think I asked her once why she went by only her first name and one reason was she was really young when she started daycare (about 17 or 18- in the 70s) and Ms. Last name sounded too old and formal and she didn't like being called Ms. first name at the time because she didn't want the younger kids to have to say too much (her fist name is 2 syllabals) and she was also very tall (over 5'7") and didn't want to intimidate the kids too much so just going by her first name made more since.

We always called my mom's friends by their first names. We would call our older relatives or close family members (like my godmother) auntie/uncle. My brother and I wanted our cousin's son to call us uncle and auntie but his mom just has him call us by our first names

But I also noticed that some older, mid-west, southren people or people from other cultures consider it disrespectful for a child to call an adult by thier first name without mr/ms/mrs or aunt/uncle because it makes them see you as their friend instead of an authority figure.

I assume that most parents would be against you being intentionally called mom/mommy/mama or mom/mommy/mama first name, espesualy if the mother is involved in the child's life. Some kids do go through phases when they mistakenly call women who watch them "mommy" but usualy grow out of it as long as you a persistant. Also if you have your own children that are also present in your program and they here your kids call you mom they assume that is your name/title. If you are older and they do not have any near by grandparents they may not mind if you want the kids to call you Grandma/ Granny/ Nana/ Nonna/ Nonnie or Grandma/ Granny/ Nana/ Nonna/ Nonnie first name. Most parents don't have an issue with aunt/auntie/tia first name because since you will be watching the kids on a regular bases you are like an exteneded aunt. Some providers may even go by Nanny first name but that is more if you only watch that child and their siblings.

When I babysat for one school age girl her mom had her called me Miss. (first name) and she always called my mom MRS. (my last name) but my mom and I have differnt last names {the odd thing is the girl said this was weird but her and her mom had differnet last names too }. I kinda liked it because I was short (about 5'2") and the girl was at least an inch taller than me (she was 9 and I was 20 ).

So it really made me think about this, and since I am on the short side and plan on having after schoolers; I think I am leaning more towards Ms (first name) for me and my assistants to kinda make it easier for them to see us as adult figures. I also plan on doing preschool and want to prep the kids for Kindergarten and my name is only one syllabal (My name is Star by the way ). I think it would depend on what the family is comfortable with I also wouldn't mind Mrs, auntie/tia, teacher first name for my assistants and I. Queen, Dutchess, Countess, Lady, and Princess Star are also acceptable lol jk -- kinda

Edited to add: has anyone ever considerd going by senora or madame first name? Just to spice it up a bit? or Senora/Senorita if you teach them Spanish or mostly speak in spanish or Madam/Madamoiselle first name if you teach/speak French?
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Ms. ___. Never by my first name only. I think that is disrespectful.
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I have my 3 nephews and a good friends daughter. My nephews call me Aunt Taytor, my name is Taylor. Little girl now calls me Aunt Taytor too. It doesn't bother me because I'm practically her aunt!
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Miss *first name*

*first name*

Mamamamamamamamamamamamamama (babies)

Mom, I mean *first name*

I think only 1 kid actually knows my last name
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One FCCP I used to work for all of her kids called her and all of the assistants by only their first names, though some parents had their older kids to call her Miss first name- I think that is just how that family was raised. I think I asked her once why she went by only her first name and one reason was she was really young when she started daycare (about 17 or 18- in the 70s) and Ms. Last name sounded too old and formal and she didn't like being called Ms. first name at the time because she didn't want the younger kids to have to say too much (her fist name is 2 syllabals) and she was also very tall (over 5'7") and didn't want to intimidate the kids too much so just going by her first name made more since.

We always called my mom's friends by their first names. We would call our older relatives or close family members (like my godmother) auntie/uncle. My brother and I wanted our cousin's son to call us uncle and auntie but his mom just has him call us by our first names

But I also noticed that some older, mid-west, southren people or people from other cultures consider it disrespectful for a child to call an adult by thier first name without mr/ms/mrs or aunt/uncle because it makes them see you as their friend instead of an authority figure.

I assume that most parents would be against you being intentionally called mom/mommy/mama or mom/mommy/mama first name, espesualy if the mother is involved in the child's life. Some kids do go through phases when they mistakenly call women who watch them "mommy" but usualy grow out of it as long as you a persistant. Also if you have your own children that are also present in your program and they here your kids call you mom they assume that is your name/title. If you are older and they do not have any near by grandparents they may not mind if you want the kids to call you Grandma/ Granny/ Nana/ Nonna/ Nonnie or Grandma/ Granny/ Nana/ Nonna/ Nonnie first name. Most parents don't have an issue with aunt/auntie/tia first name because since you will be watching the kids on a regular bases you are like an exteneded aunt. Some providers may even go by Nanny first name but that is more if you only watch that child and their siblings.

When I babysat for one school age girl her mom had her called me Miss. (first name) and she always called my mom MRS. (my last name) but my mom and I have differnt last names {the odd thing is the girl said this was weird but her and her mom had differnet last names too }. I kinda liked it because I was short (about 5'2") and the girl was at least an inch taller than me (she was 9 and I was 20 ).

So it really made me think about this, and since I am on the short side and plan on having after schoolers; I think I am leaning more towards Ms (first name) for me and my assistants to kinda make it easier for them to see us as adult figures. I also plan on doing preschool and want to prep the kids for Kindergarten and my name is only one syllabal (My name is Star by the way ). I think it would depend on what the family is comfortable with I also wouldn't mind Mrs, auntie/tia, teacher first name for my assistants and I. Queen, Dutchess, Countess, Lady, and Princess Star are also acceptable lol jk -- kinda

Edited to add: has anyone ever considerd going by senora or madame first name? Just to spice it up a bit? or Senora/Senorita if you teach them Spanish or mostly speak in spanish or Madam/Madamoiselle first name if you teach/speak French?
Exactly. I live in the south.
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One child calls me mommy. He's 2 1/2 and has been doing it for months. I tried and tried to correct him, even my own 2 1/2 year old tried to correct him "no, that's my mommy". Nothing changed and we both gave up. He'll grow out of it eventually.
Right now I have a group of 20 months-2 1/2 years and they all call me "My Angie (AH-G". It's funny when they get into little arguments about who's Angie I am but for the most part it's peaceful and of course it boosts my self esteem. LOL.
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I have them call me by my first name. Sometimes they call me Miss (first name).
Yep, this. Though we do have one 2.5 dcb who is in foster care who calls everyone "mom". We just gently correct him.

I have gotten "teacher" from preschoolers, but then just remind them, or have one of the other preschoolers help them "remember". They catch on pretty quick though.
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All my dck's call me Sarah or a variation of (my one little guy calls me Yaya - his version of Sarah )

and of course the usual 'Mom - I mean Sarah'

I think it would be cool to have them call me 'Miss Sarah' which is why that's my username but since I never insist on that it probably won't happen
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For YEARS when I was at my former center I was Ms. X. Then when I worked for a private family I was just X. Now I am with another private family and I am back to Ms. X
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First name here. Any adult that comes into my home during dc is introduced as Miss or Mr. first name.

I am originally from Germany, and there it is very common for a child to call adult family friends aunt or uncle. It's considered more respectful than direct first names, but in a friendly way.

A lot of toddlers call everyone mama for a long time. My almost 3yo goes back and forth between my first name and mama. He'll eventually figure it out...
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Your Honor or Your Majesty. Just kidding, I have been Aunt Cheri since I was 6 months old and everyone calls me that even some of my grandchildren.
Your majesty does have a nice ring to it!

My kids call me Jenn, Jennifer, or mommy.
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My dc kids just call me Debbie wish is fine. I dont push to hard about it. Usually around two year sold they really start addressing me. When I worked at kinderKare I was addressed as Miss Debbie or Teacher Debbie and honestly I did not like it. To formal I thought.
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Some call me Miss Cori, but most just call me Cori.
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Miss "(my name)"
(my name)
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hey you

I answer to most anything.
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I answer to most anything.
This is pretty much here too except for the hey you. 2 of them call me mommy or mom all the time.
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The kids call me Ms. Nikki, Aunt Nikki, or Ne-Ne for the toddlers that try to call me mommy.
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I find it so interesting to read about those that let, and don't mind, their DCK's call them by their first name!

I get seriously offended when one of my clients tells her kids to say, "Tell __first name__ goodbye!" and they'll look at her like she's crazy and say, "Bye, Ms. ___first name___!"
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I find it so interesting to read about those that let, and don't mind, their DCK's call them by their first name!

I get seriously offended when one of my clients tells her kids to say, "Tell __first name__ goodbye!" and they'll look at her like she's crazy and say, "Bye, Ms. ___first name___!"
Definitely a great example of culturally differences.

I was raised to never call an adult by their first names as they weren't my friend. I called my friend's parents by Mr or Mrs so and so. NEVER their first names. Last summer I provided temporary care to my BFF from high school's children. Her mother would come pick the kids up and I would still say Mrs J. She said "Ya know, you are an adult now, you can call me by my first name."....but I just can't do it. It feels so wrong.

I don't mind the DCK's calling me by my first name because I feel the relationship we have is much more intimate that a teacher-student relationship. I feel if I change their bottoms, hug their hurts away and tickle their tummies, they can call me by my first name.
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