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Ok so I have only been with daddies from the age range of 26 and above, even in my vanilla relationships my partners have always been older. I thought that it kind of what makes them a daddy (or they are more qualified for the role since age plays a factor). However I am madly happy with my new daddy and he is amazing in every way possible (he has set much more structure to my everyday life I even exercise and drinks lots of water now Hahahahahahaha I hated water) He is super funny and sweet (but don't tell him I told you this) we literally speak the whole day and never run out of things to say or share. My only thing is the insecurities that come with being older, I thank my daddy for being so understanding even when I act out and say crazy things.

 

I want to know if there are other Little's with daddies younger than them, how are they finding the dynamic, is age a factor or was it before, I was also worried about our age gap as we are four years apart and I have a son. I think it is good to get some feedback on this I wouldn't mind hearing from younger daddies to. I mean coins do have two sides for a reason.

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my daddy is younger than me by almost 2yrs and honestly i forget all the time!

i usually always wanted an older guy so for a bit i was worried about dating a younger one but he's so amazing and great that it doesn't even cross my mind (unless i tease him about it)

he's already more mature than me and just everything i want in a daddy so i would say age has nothing to do with our dynamic and is really just a number that you shouldn't get hung up on if everything else that you want is being met.

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In the same way that when your in littlespace you are younger than your actual age, many caregivers can absolutely go the other way and behave with the wisdom, experience and care of an older person. Similarly, much older caregivers may not necessarily have these things, despite their age suggesting they probably should. It depends entirely on the person. Some people are just naturally older than their years, or perhaps they've experienced a lot of life at a young age and were forced to 'grow up' fast. Either way, age is not tied to any of these things.

 

It really sounds like this guy is very good for you. If you have insecurities then please talk to him about them openly and honestly and come up with a plan for coping with them.

 

Age is just a number. It's much, much more important to find the types of emotional support that he appears to be providing you.

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I get the worry that I act too old to be a little sometimes. Because of how my childhood/teen years required me to step up and take care of my younger siblings and grandparents, I grew up fast. My father had a bad heart attack and then got sick so I did everything I could while he got better. My dads the only real parent I have and we're actually pretty close because of me doing that.

 

As long as you and your partner fit your roles in ways you both like that's all that matters! For example today I was worried that my wanting more tattoos and piercings meant Daddy wouldn't really see me as a little but he actually wants me to get certain things pierced that I don't know if I want pierced. (I've thought about it and am not totally sure one way or another but I have a feeling Daddy will tell me certain things that end up making me want to attempt to get the piercings. My body rejects piercings sometimes)

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Guest Mister Tim
Well I'm a rather "young" daddy and I'm fairly new to this dynamic and my little princess is indeed a bit older than me so I'd love to share my opinion with you and my experiences I had so far regarding this. I do agree with you that age doesn't matter that much it might be a bit awkward at some times but I have made the experience that you just have to talk about it. It's always important to know how your partner feels about something otherwise you'll just be in the dark and can't act according to the situation. So I suggest for anyone who is in a situation like this to talk with your partner. I hope that my advice and my view from the other side of the coin can be of some help for you.
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My daddy and I are almost the exact same age-he's two months older exactly (October 14 vs December 14) we're both 21 ^^
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