I have noticed that the little person calls his mummy ‘deda’. It is the Georgian word for mother. He usually shortens it to ‘de’ and shouts it! It must be a very powerful word because she always responds! I have therefore decided to also refer to the little person’s mummy as ‘de’. I know this may be confusing but I think the two puppies in the house (me and the little person) must be consistent.
By the way, the Georgian word for father is ‘mama’. This is very confusing. In English, ‘mama’ is mother and ‘daddy’ is father. ‘Daddy’ sounds like ‘deda’ – the Georgian word for mother.
Anyway, I will try to remember to call the little person’s mummy ‘de’ but it would be super confusing if I started to call the tall person ‘mama’ so he will still be the tall person.