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    #1 DreamieDaddy

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    Posted 24 April 2015 - 06:43 AM

    I just posted this on my Tumblr blog a few days ago from an anonymous person asking. It got hundreds of notes, so since so many liked it I thought I would share it here. Anyone (Daddies, Mommies, and littles) is welcome to add more suggestions too. As this is a question I get asked a lot by not only new Daddies, but also by littles that are trying to get their partner to be a Daddy for them. So they know what suggestions to give them.

     

    - Pat her bottom
    - Pat her head 
    - Sit her on your lap
    - Get her dressed 
    - Get her undressed 
    - Diaper her, check her diaper, change her diaper
    - Kiss her forehead 
    - Call her pet names like sweetie, honey, sweet heart, baby doll, princess, kitten, and others like that
    - Cuddle her 
    - Hold her hand (especially crossing street)
    - Pick her up
    - Tickle her 
    - Give her raspberries on her tummy 
    - Feed her with with a spoon or fork
    - Cut up her food for her
    - Wipe her mouth when messy 
    - Give her a bath and wash her
    - Brush her hair 
    - Tell her she’s your baby 
    - Buckle her seat belt 
    - Hold her bottle or sippy while she drinks
    - Tell her bed time stories


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    #2 Baby_Bows_

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    Posted 24 April 2015 - 11:04 AM

    I just posted this on my Tumblr blog a few days ago from an anonymous person asking. It got hundreds of notes, so since so many liked it I thought I would share it here. Anyone (Daddies, Mommies, and littles) is welcome to add more suggestions too. As this is a question I get asked a lot by not only new Daddies, but also by littles that are trying to get their partner to be a Daddy for them. So they know what suggestions to give them.

    - Pat her bottom
    - Pat her head
    - Sit her on your lap
    - Get her dressed
    - Get her undressed
    - Diaper her, check her diaper, change her diaper
    - Kiss her forehead
    - Call her pet names like sweetie, honey, sweet heart, baby doll, princess, kitten, and others like that
    - Cuddle her
    - Hold her hand (especially crossing street)
    - Pick her up
    - Tickle her
    - Give her raspberries on her tummy
    - Feed her with with a spoon or fork
    - Cut up her food for her
    - Wipe her mouth when messy
    - Give her a bath and wash her
    - Brush her hair
    - Tell her she’s your baby
    - Buckle her seat belt
    - Hold her bottle or sippy while she drinks
    - Tell her bed time stories


    I'm showing this to my daddy today :)
    Thanks for posting!!
    Baby_Bows_ :)

    #3 Desphiria

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    Posted 24 April 2015 - 08:46 PM

    I have a suggestion! Play video games with her! Teach her how to play the kinna games you like. Especially if it's a shooter or fighting game. Watch movies with her, color with her, play board games with her, have stuffy tea parties with her too. ^_^ Oh and watch anime with her or kids cartoons.



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    Posted 25 April 2015 - 10:30 PM

    I have a suggestion! Play video games with her! Teach her how to play the kinna games you like. Especially if it's a shooter or fighting game. Watch movies with her, color with her, play board games with her, have stuffy tea parties with her too. ^_^ Oh and watch anime with her or kids cartoons.

    Thanks for the additional suggestions! I like them! Especially the test party one. Which gave me another idea. Play with her stuffies or dolls with her. 



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    Posted 02 May 2015 - 11:17 PM

    Thanks, I'll keep these in mind...IF I EVER FIND A LITTLE!



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    Posted 01 June 2015 - 02:33 AM

    Playing with any toys is good. We got a package of zombie figures (think army men) and we built it up and talked for them and fought and stuff. It felt very little. Basically imaginary play definitely makes me feel little!


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    Posted 20 June 2015 - 01:08 AM

    A big, huge one for me is play with her! 

     

    Nothing helps me feel smaller than when Daddy actually plays with me.

     

    Offer to play a video game that they like. 
    Color with them. 
    Start talking in that voice you use to make them smile, even though they aren't smiling. 
    Act like a Little! (Watch how fast that makes them burst out laughing and tell you to stop it. I dare you.) 
    Tease them about how you are going to /have/ to use their stuffies and sippy cups because they /clearly/ aren't interested. 
    Suggest a Little movie or show when choosing what to watch. 
    Grab a nerf gun and just start firing at the wall.
    Start a food fight.
    Start a water fight. 
    Roll up your shirt, and play your tummy like a drum until they squeal with laughter. 
    Be as outrageous as possible.

     

    Once, when Daddy had picked me up from work and I was feeling really low and the exact opposite of Little, He asked me where Little Belle had gone.
     

    "She's on vacation. In Florida."

     

    "Oh. Well. May I call her? Maybe ask her to come home?"

     

    "You can try. You might get a voicemail. She's very busy."

     

    So He did. He called right there next to me in the car, and left me a voicemail begging me dramatically to come home and eat macaroni and cheese with Him. Fake sobbing and all.

     

    Spoiler alert: I totally did. 


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    b e a u t y but a funny girl, that Belle~



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    Happily involved with both a Triad relationship with a Beast, and Girlfriend/Little, as well as a Long Distance Papa.


    #8 Josei

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    Posted 20 June 2015 - 03:20 AM

    Aww that's such a cute story!

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    Posted 21 June 2015 - 05:47 PM

    @hislittlecompanion, you have an adorable daddy! lucky you! great ideas


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    Posted 23 June 2015 - 03:11 PM

    Great suggestions :)

    Most of those are fantastic for positive reinforcement. A happy little, makes for a happy Daddy.

    It's amazing just how far the slightest show of affection can go in terms of letting each other know that you think of them often.



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    Posted 25 June 2015 - 11:25 PM

    Littles have a mindset we Daddies can never get into, but it is important that we interact with them not 'down' to them. Yes there are times when they need and want a strong hand, but they always know when we are really and truly with them on their level and when we are just faking being plugged in. Littles can always tell when our mind is elsewhere, and guess what? It makes them feel very very very NOT special.

     

     

    :edited for spelling


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    #12 babygirl12

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    Posted 28 June 2015 - 06:11 AM

    @hislittlecompanion that was way too cute and sweet

     

    some of these tips are so cute. 



    #13 SnowAndSun

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    Posted 29 June 2015 - 02:00 AM

    Great post! Thanks!



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    Posted 02 July 2015 - 10:09 PM

    Showing this to my future daddy.

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    Posted 05 July 2015 - 06:26 PM

    Really like these suggestions! (I'm still searching for my little)

     

    I agree with imaginative play and playing "seriously" (not faking it).

    It can also work if the daddy just starts doing something they know the little is interested in and draw them in that way, rather than verbally asking/offering some options for playful activity?

     

    Anything music related - singing along, dancing, playing an instrument (if you have one).

     

    Lying on the ground, looking at the sky and picking out look-a-like shapes from the clouds?



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    Posted 24 July 2015 - 10:18 AM

    @hislittlecompanion - very cute story! :)



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    Posted 07 August 2015 - 06:19 PM

    Also asking your little simple things and giving them praise when they answer correctly is nice c:

     

    "what color is that, baby?"

    "Is it pink? is it blue?"

    (It's pink, Daddy!)

    "You're right! How'd you get so smart, lovebug?"

    (Little one is eating dino nuggets for dinner)

    "Can you count how many dino nuggets you have left, baby?"

    (I have 5 dinorawrs left!)

    "And how many fingers is that?"

    (little one holds up five fingers"

    "My little one is so smart! Great job lovebug!"

     

    Remember to be enthusiastic with your little, I find that really important and it makes me want to be little even more.

    <3


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    Posted 08 August 2015 - 09:36 PM

    and don't forget to tie your little's shoes :) !! if they try to do something adultish remind them they're too little and daddy/mommy will do it for them  :wub:


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    Posted 09 August 2015 - 07:09 PM

    Wow... I really like the original list and a few of the added suggestions.  Now all I have to do is wait patiently for a Mommy to adopt me... 



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    Posted 16 August 2015 - 11:52 PM

    That's a great list! I think that a good thing to keep in mind to put her in little space is all of the senses. Here are some examples..........Smell:Get her sweet perfumes/baby lotions Sight: surround her with her favorite little things/ movies. Sound: play cute music nursery or whatever. Taste: Sweets sweets sweets! cute crazy candies that don't make sense but she wants anyway. Touch: cozy comfy stuffies, blankies, and big hugs. Um yea idk its a different way to look at it and go through a mental checklist


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