Like if something were to say daddys girl.
Put it in a sentence:
That’s Daddy’s little girl, Rosie; she’s a real Daddy’s girl. (possessive)
It was Daddies day at nursery, so all the Daddies came in. (plural)
And in answer to the other question:
That’s Daddy’s ___ (That IS Daddy’s ___).
It’s all about usage. The root word is “Dad” so the plural would be “Daddies” and the possessive would be “Daddy’s.” You would write “Daddy’s girl” because the girl belongs to (is the possession of) her Dad.
Source(s): My pet ᴘᴇᴇve is the misuse of appostrophes when a person intends plurality rather than possession.
Daddy’s girl, means it’s his girl (possessive)
Daddies is plural of “Daddy” as in “All the daddies like to bar-be-que on weekends.”
daddy’s = possessive
daddies = plursal
daddies is plural – all the daddies had coffee.
daddy’s is possessive: I’m daddy’s girl. (but I’m a boy…so)
It would be daddy’s…coz it’s possessive…..like Laila’s book…..and daddies is plural of daddy…..example: Their daddies had attended parents meeting…….
I swear to golly-gosh, if someone leaves another similar comment on this same subject in this thread that already has EIGHT comments, I’m gonna…I’m gonna…I’m just gonna…! Well, I don’t know what I’m gonna!
its “daddy’s” , because ur saying something belongs to him, therefore you add the apostrophe s after the ‘y’ which tells people it is his property
it is Daddy’s
you can tell because it doesn’t look right and if you think of cards that’s what they put
What our team says
Is it “daddy’s” or “daddies”?
We all know that there are two forms of the word “dad” – Daddy and Daddies. But is there a third form? According to recent studies, there might be a third form of the word that’s gaining in popularity – daddies.
What is the difference between
Daddy’s and Daddies?
There is a big difference between Daddy’s and Daddies. Daddy’s is used as a term of endearment for a man who is responsible for raising children. Daddies typically refers to a man who is older than the child being addressed.
Is it appropriate to call your dad
There’s no right answer to this question, as it depends on your relationship with your father. If you have a close relationship with him, then you can call him “dad.” However, if your relationship is more distant or if he doesn’t treat you like a son, then you might prefer to use another term such as “daddy.”
When is it appropriate to use
“Daddies” or “Daddy”?
There is no right answer to this question as it can depend on the situation and relationship between the people involved. Generally speaking, “daddies” is typically used when the person referred to as Daddy is the biological father of the child, while “daddies” may be used in other situations, such as with a stepfather or in references to men who have been supportive and nurturing toward a child.
There seems to be some confusion out there about the proper use of “daddy’s.” Some people believe that it should only be used sparingly, if at all, because it can sound derogatory. However, others feel that using “daddy’s” is an important part of Southern culture and would be lost without it. So which is correct? I guess we will just have to continue to use it in a way that feels comfortable for everyone involved!