from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An informal mode of address (associated most often with actors and the like)
- n. A baby's toy, blanket, or other object of affection
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Love: a term of affection, used especially to children.
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Every afternoon, the couple has what they call their "lovey chat," just to check in.
I think the phallic lovey is all the evidence needed to prove your “good mother” status in the whole GGC debate.
SO glad the lovey is bad. im in ur toybox smuttin ur toyz
I wasn’t reading back when your daughter was a baby but I have to say that the phallic lovey is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen.
Oh, no! A missing lovey is every parent’s worst nightmare. kittenpie Said,
I was feeling a bit shamed that my son’s lovey is actually a cloth diaper, but you my dear?
I sat in the bath with Pumpkinpie last night, washing her hair, when she started talking to me about some work involved in looking after her "baby" - her baby doggie lovey, that is.
I was feeling kind of bad yesterday, because the lovey was the thing that I immediately focused on in your beautiful zoo picture.
When I see how other boys act I think I've been -- Well, I won't call your lovey-dovey hard names!
PS: My 23 month old's "lovey" has always been whatever book he is obsessed with at the moment.
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