"It's daddy, not babe!" Papoose hilariously reveals that his little daughter Reminisce calls him "babe" because she hears Remy Ma calling him that. Now, he's having a hard time teaching her to call him daddy.
Remy Ma and Papoose have been together for quite a while now, and they recently welcomed their daughter, Reminisce, whom they call "The Golden Child," into their family. Now that she's growing up, she's picking up on words so quickly, even referring to Papoose as "babe" because of the way Remy addresses him.
Remy Ma and Papoose found a new meaning to the nickname "The Golden Child," as their little girl is so intelligent for her age.
Remy Ma and Papoose at a BUILD event in New York City | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
On Instagram, the frustrated father shares that ever since their Golden Child heard Remy calling him "babe," she won't stop calling him that either. In fact, he can't get her to stop and it's been a hilarious experience for the family.
Now that she's almost a year old, Reminisce is already beginning to talk, and her mom is over the moon at how amazing her daughter is. Aside from calling her dad "babe," she's also been able to repeat phrases like "thank you" among many others.
Remy Ma and Papoose found a new meaning to the nickname "The Golden Child," as their little girl is so intelligent for her age. It's only fitting that Reminisce learns polite phrases like "thank you" as early as now, as Remy made it clear that her daughter is going to be raised with manners.
"I promise she's [going to] be raised with manners. She's learning so fast. #TheGoldenChild. Love you, snook."
As for what The Golden Child has been saying, she's said words like mommy, daddy, thank you, stop, oh gosh, and of course, babe.
Aside from wanting to talk so much just a couple of weeks before her first birthday, she's also been eager to walk. She's been moving along so much in her walker, her mom's confident she won't be needing it soon.
For now, though, the proud parents are enjoying their little girl's antics as she learns to move around and adapt to the world and all its shenanigans.