A person’s child (used in electronic communication): my eldest DC is starting reception tomorrow
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- Is anyone else holding on to the faint hope that their DC might sleep by the time they turn three?
- He says that he thinks 2 DC are enough, but I think it's still early days and we may both be keen to expand our family a little further in the future.
- How do you involve long distance grandparents in your DC's life?
Early 21st century: abbreviation of darling child or dear child.
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