Examples of kiddo in a Sentence
let's go out to a restaurant where there won't be any screaming kiddos running around
Recent Examples of kiddo from the Web
Head home and gather around the campfire, roasting s’mores and sharing stories before tucking the kiddos into bed and dozing off to the sound of loons in the distance.
For $6.50, dad and child received one domestic beer (Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite) and one Barq's Root Beer (for the kiddos) for $6.50.
The three women are moms to a herd of kiddos, and they're all married to professional rugby players.
Learn about health & wellness, cleaner technologies, green innovations and eco education through speakers, exhibits, and (for the kiddos) the Green Kids Planet Kids Zone.
What's more, the homemade board provides kiddos with plenty of opportunities for sensory play, which is essential for brain development, according to the Goodstart Early Learning organization.
Encouraging fathers to read to their preschoolers not only benefited the kiddos, but also improved parenting skills at the same time.
Very popular in Canada and England (where cloth diapering is, well, a lot more common) the Mother-ease diaper was my favorite when our kiddo was 6 to 18 months old.
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Origin and Etymology of kiddo
First Known Use: 1905See Words from the same year
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Definition of kiddo for English Language Learners
—used by an adult to speak to a young person
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