100 Cute Nicknames To Call Your Stepmom

100 Cute Nicknames To Call Your Stepmom

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Finding the right name for a stepmom is not an easy task. There are risks of upsetting the biological mother if you opt for the standard names such as ‘mommy’ or ‘mom.’

But with a bit of brainstorming, you can find a nickname that will keep everyone happy and not hurt anyone’s feelings.

Things That You Need To Consider

Being part of a stepfamily is a complicated and often unforgiving challenge. For one there is always going to be someone else in your life – the ex. And relationships are not always as amicable as the movies would make you believe.

With every decision that you make there are a host of people’s feelings that you need to consider and choosing a nickname for stepmom is no different. So let’s look at the best way of tackling this.

The Biological Parent’s Feelings

Even if the biological mother is no longer a part of the child’s life, she could end up being upset if you use a nickname such as mommy.

Be extremely careful about the name that you choose after all the last thing that you want to have to deal with is an upset and angry biological mom. Keep your life simple and choose a name that does not offend her feelings.

The Stepmom’s Feelings

Stepmoms’ feelings are important too and need to be carefully considered. She may not want to be called by her first name by a child.

But on the same hand, she may not want her stepchild to call her mom or mommy. It is important that you talk about the nickname before it is forced upon anyone.

The Children’s Feelings

The nickname that you choose needs to be child-friendly. A young child is not going to be able to say a long complicated name. Children are very accepting, so once you find a nickname that everyone agrees on, stick to it.

Children are far more adaptable than we as adults give them credit for.

What Should Kids Call Their Stepmom?

If you are not sure what a stepchild should call their stepmom, we have come up with some ideas to help you out. 

A Variant of ‘Mom’

Any variation of the name that you would call your biological mom could be a good option for your stepmom. Just be careful that you do not hurt anyone’s feelings.

  1. Ma
  2. Mama
  3. Mumsy
  4. Mammy
  5. Momzie
  6. Mother Hen
  7. Momushka
  8. Mamadukes
  9. Big Momma 
  10. Mummers
  11. Mothership
  12. Moo Moo
  13. Momster
  14. Mooma
  15. Mummers
  16. Mumica
  17. Mumbassa
  18. Mom- O
  19. Marmee

Term of Endearment That Means ‘Boss’

Women are often seen as the glue that holds a household together. With this in mind, you may want to choose a nickname that firmly places her at the head of the household.

  1. Boss Lady
  2. Boss Woman
  3. Alpha
  4. Miss
  5. Queen Bee
  6. Boss Babe
  7. Duchess
  8. Numero Uno
  9. Queenie

A Variation on Her Name

Lots of people use variations of their first name every day so it would not be uncommon or unusual for you to use this with your stepmom.

  1. My Amy
  2. Momma Judy
  3. MOMica
  4. CJ
  5. Momma B
  6. Coco
  7. Leximom

A Name That Means ‘Friend’

Depending on the relationship that you have with your stepmom is very much going to dictate fi you can use one of these.

  1. Bestie
  2. Darling
  3. Babe
  4. Love
  5. Boo
  6. Dearest
  7. Doll
  8. Chick
  9. Sweets

Something Cute

Again this is going to very much depend on the relationship that you have with your stepmom. If you have a really good relationship then a cute nickname may be a good option. 

Although if you ever do have a falling out be prepared that this cute nickname will be dropped quicker than a hot marshmallow.

  1. Dotty
  2. Sugie
  3. M’dear
  4. Flower
  5. Tinks
  6. Dearest
  7. Honey
  8. Sugar
  9. Lolly
  10. Sunshine
  11. Bubbles
  12. Cookie
  13. Huggie
  14. Bee
  15. Beaut

Professional’ Nickname

If your stepmom has a super cool job, her nickname could come from that.

  1. Chef
  2. Healer
  3. Doc
  4. Nursey
  5. Teach
  6. Hockey Mom
  7. Dancer
  8. Snips

Something From a Different Language

  1. Mamma (Italian)
  2. Maman (French)
  3. Anya (Hungarian) 
  4. Madre (Spanish)
  5. Mami (Spanish)
  6. Mutter (German)
  7. Mor (Scandanavian countries)
  8. Muminka (Czech)
  9. Mae (Portuguese)
  10. Amee (Urdu)
  11. Ahm (Arabic)
  12. Makuahine (Hawaiian)
  13. Matka (Belarusan)
  14. Mam (Welsh)
  15. Anne (Turkish)
  16. Tina (Samoan)
  17. Mor (Danish)
  18. Mare (Catalan)
  19. Okaasan (Japanese)
  20. Mana (Greek)
  21. Induk (Indonesian)

A Slang Word For ‘Stepmom’

A slang word could be a cute and fun idea to the more traditional names. Again you do need to tread carefully as some of these names could be seen as unkind. So it is very much going to depend on the kind of relationship that you have with your stepmom.

  1. Nother Mother
  2. Opie
  3. Mimsey
  4. S’Mom
  5. Mitty
  6. Stepmonster
  7. Mamacit
  8. Old Lady
  9. BM
  10. Faux Ma
  11. Momette
  12. Tiger Mom

The Final Thought

Being a stepmom is a difficult job but a very important one. It is really important that you find the correct balance between being a ‘mom and being a friend. 

Nicknames are very personal things and often come with a story attached. They are not necessarily something that can be chosen from a list. But hopefully, our list has given you a starting point.

Hi, I'm Emma and I'm a mother to 5 beautiful children aged from 1 to 21 years old- life is hectic! I have learned so much along the way, not only from my own children but also through my professional life. In my positions as a Childminder and Teaching Assistant, I have studied Child Development and The Early Years Developing Practice. I wish to share all of this knowledge and help you with your own parenting journey!

Hi, I'm Emma and I'm a mother to 5 beautiful children aged from 1 to 21 years old- life is hectic! I have learned so much along the way, not only from my own children but also through my professional life. In my positions as a Childminder and Teaching Assistant, I have studied Child Development and The Early Years Developing Practice. I wish to share all of this knowledge and help you with your own parenting journey!