ASK A QUESTION how do you say "good night baby" in spanish
Buenas noches bebé. Welcome to the forum
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I checked in the dictionary and all the words are in there, you shouldn't have any trouble.
Use more: "Buenas noches nene/a."
Because with "bebé" sound impersonal and not enough affectionate. Sometimes use "bebecito" or "buenas noches al nene ( a la nena)" ( if is a little boy )
This could be a regional (or even personal) thing, but I'd never say say to my own baby "Buenas noches, bebé." While I say "bebé" to refer to my baby when talking to other people, I don't use it when talking to my baby. It's a bit like "grandfather": if you talk to other people, you say that your grandfather this or that, but you don't tell your grandpa: "Good night, grandfather." To me, "Buenas noches, bebé" sounds the same.
What I (personally) say:
Buenas noches, mi vida.
Buenas noches, tesoro.
Buenas noches, (normally, with -ito or -ita at the end)