Ask McFartnuggets: “Shouldn’t It Be ‘Baby Mommy’ or ‘Baby Papa”?

Baby mommy is actually what
you call a baby who gave birth.
Dear McFartnuggets: 
When urban people have babies they call the woman a “Baby mama” and they call the father a “Baby daddy.” But if you’ve got a baby mama shouldn’t you have a baby papa? Since mamas and papas go together. Or if you have a baby daddy shouldn’t you have a baby mommy? Since mommies and daddies go together? Why is this never mentioned? -- Louise from Galveston, Texas

Dear Louise:
They’re raising babies amidst instable relationships, what do you expect? Most of the time when you have a baby out of wedlock it means it was an unexpected pregnancy (mistake) so there’s a lot of confusion and craziness going on. When that’s the case it’s a free-for-all and you can’t expect folks to keep their mamas and papas or daddies and mommies organized and cohesive, It’s not a big deal. People can call themselves whatever they want. Women who have babies by accident can call themselves “Infant cannons” for all I care.

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