Tucker has fully mastered the word, "Dad-dy!"
He breaks the two syllables into two separate words, and he chants them all the time. When he cannot think of what else to say, he calls for Daddy.
I know that Mommy is harder to say, and although he is capable, he doesn't say it nearly as often.
There are some perks to this.
When we are lying in bed on a weekend morning, drowsy and cozy, and we suddenly hear, "Dad-dy! Dad-dy!", I can snuggle under my covers and say with confidence,
"He wants you, Daddy."