Examples from the Web for ladybug
Exhale on the cold pane, then draw a ladybug in the condensation.
She has nicknames for all her students—she coos that they are her “ladybug” or “honey pie” or “sexy lady.”A Love Letter to ‘American Idol’ Judge Nicki Minaj|Ramin Setoodeh|March 7, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Although the stranger in yellow was most agreeable, somehow Mrs. Ladybug disliked her exceedingly.
Most important of these is the natural enemy of the orange-tree scale, the ladybug, or ladybird beetle.A Civic Biology|George William Hunter
At least, they soon discovered Mrs. Ladybug standing beside a blazing dwelling near the pasture fence.
"I am his mistress," said Ladybug, and seized the shape by the throat.Negro Tales|Joseph Seamon Cotter
He had taken up Mrs. Ladybug's suggestion only to keep her quiet.The Tale of Daddy Longlegs|Arthur Scott Bailey
Word Origin and History for ladybug
1690s, from lady + bug (n.). The "lady" is the Virgin Mary (cf. German cognate Marienkäfer). In Britain, now usually ladybird beetle (1704), through aversion to the word bug, which there has overtones of sodomy.