Fleur knows her name. She will correct you if she catches a nickname she doesn’t accept, then she responds, “I’m not <name>, I’m Fleur!”
On the other hand, I am rather proud at the wide variety of affections we have for her.
- Little Miss (Can’t Be Wrong)
- Little Stinker 
- Baby 
- Fleur Darling
 Often used after she toots
 She now tells me, “I am not a baby! I am a Mama. This is a baby,” and shows me one of her dolls.
 My go-to when she is doing something and I want her attention
But, the best set, I think are the behavioral descendant ones. When she exhibits behavior we think clearly reminiscent of a specific ancestor, then I like using them.
- MJ, aka Momma Junior
- DJ, aka Daddy Junior
- GS, aka Galahad’s Sister
- C4, aka my maternal grandmother’s great-grandchild
- S3, aka my father
These are the ones to which she will most strongly object. So, naturally, I often use them when I want to take umbrage.
She seems to have stopped calling me Honey. And she recently master our names.
I have a few bosses. My work situation has been a little unclear who is really my boss, but my work has been mostly self-directed for a decade, so that is fine. Then there is my wife.
Now, I have the toddler. The others are far more lassez-faire. The toddler?
- Everything is now.
- Everything has to be done in a very specific way.
- And the visions are poorly explained, so meeting the expectation is difficult when the thing is something new.
Thankfully, most of the time, I meet or exceed expectations.
I need to do some looking into the etymology of the term micromanager to see if the original description was of a boss who acts like a toddler.
Galahad disappeared downstairs. Fleur didn’t notice at first. But, when she did, she called his name. More of a questioning. Gaga? When that did not work it became a bit louder. Gaga! Well, then it was ON! She runs around checking and calling. When she realized he was not there, she went to the door to the stairs and screams at the top of her lungs: GAAAAGAAAAAA! over and over until he comes back.
There is also…
- More, more Mama
- More, more Nannie
- More, more Gaga
- More, more Dada