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bonus mom

An alternative to the title "step-mom," which is a female caregiver of a child who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, a step-mom is the second wife of a child's biological father. I live with my mom during the week and then visit my dad and bonus mom every other weekend.
See also: bonus, mom

bonus dad

An alternative to the title "step-dad," which is a male caregiver of a child who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, a step-dad is the second husband of a child's biological mother. I live with my dad during the week and then visit my mom and bonus dad every other weekend.
See also: bonus, dad

bonus child

An alternative to the title "step-child," which is a child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus children come to visit their father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, child

bonus kid

An alternative to the title "step-kid," which is a child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus kids come to visit their father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, kid

bonus daughter

An alternative to the title "step-daughter," which is a female child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus daughter comes to visit her father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, daughter

bonus son

An alternative to the title "step-son," which is a male child of a step-parent who assumed the parental role through marriage to one of the child's original (usually biological) parents. Most commonly, the step-parent is the second spouse of one of the child's biological parents. My bonus son comes to visit his father and me every other weekend.
See also: bonus, son

Bonus!

(ˈbonəs)
exclam. That’s great!; That’s good enough to earn a bonus! Bonus! That’s the best news I’ve heard in a long time!