noun, plural mom·mies. Informal.
Examples from the Web for mommy
Imagine a conversation that goes: “Mommy, why did they start bringing in things beyond the test to decide who goes to Stuyvesant?”Standardized Tests Aren’t Racist: How Brown Kids Can Ace the Test to Get Into New York’s Stuyvesant|John McWhorter|June 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The mommy wars over how to ‘correctly’ birth a baby need to stop.
And yet, the media has focused on the fact that she is a ‘mommy blogger.’
The news media has conflated all of her alleged social media engagement into one fraught phrase: “mommy blogging.”
And the omission or derision of dads in the parent (aka “mommy”) blogosphere is a perennial pet peeve.
But mommy never takes me for walks and when we are alone she is busy and she isn't nice to me.
After a little while mommy called me and said lunch was ready.
Then she turned and ran back up the street to tell her Mommy how wonderful, wonderful lucky she was.The Circuit Riders|R. C. FitzPatrick
And mommy said no, there's more to it than that and I can't stand it any longer.
I said please don't hurt me mommy but she reached down and caught my ear and dragged me out of the closet.