When I was married to BF, I would say things like "Daddy isn't home yet" or "Dad is napping". I didn't include a "your". Didn't even think about it.
Now with DH, when I speak with his kids, I add the "your" as in "Your dad will be home soon".
And even with DDs, I add the "your" when referencing BF.
The "your" indicates that I am not a primary part of the daddy relationship. At least to me it does. DH is not my daddy partner. And BF is no longer my daddy partner.
Just noodling. Not even sure I'm making sense. Headache and only one cup of coffee so far. There is an intimacy to leaving off the "your" that I don't have with either man in a parenting role. And just thinking about DH saying "DD, Mom needs you" is just weird.
What do you do? Have you ever even thought about it?