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Little here .) Is it just me who have this thought popp into their head sometimes, that, what will it be like to be 40 and.. still have the need of a little ? when most girls worry about getting older because of looks etc. for me, I just feel it's easier and better to be a litttle and be.. well, a little girl! I am 25, and I just think this is the tip of a little's golden age :rolleyes: .Iuckily I have a babyface and am petite, but it wll go away. I wonder if my need to be one will too.. cause me at 40, cuddling at someones lap is a rather strange picture I think... at least not as appealing as what it's now. :wub:  I want to forever be a little girl. does anyone else think about this ? do you dread getting older 'cause of this too?  :l  what about you daddies and doms, have you ever had a very grown- up little ? or maybe some just grow out of it ? I want  everyone to do and be what they feel like at any age, don't get me wrong. if you are a long experienced older little. what matter is what you feel, allways, but for myself, there is something about being a young, innocent little.

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Idk, I've seen plenty of 40 year old women who are able to keep in shape/look nice and be as active as 20 something year olds, so my plan will be to personally take care of myself up until that point. It kinda reminds me of middle aged women dressed as school girls and stuff. They can pull it off if They carry themselves well. Regardless, everyone ages so try to embrace it and dont be hard on yourself in the mean time.

 

Mature women can still have fun and act cute. :)

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Guest Stinkin'ol'Fred
I'm 24, when I'm 40 my children will all be grown. I'll be freeeeee lol I'm looking forward to my 40's but I do think about my self image then as well. As it stands now I picture myself with frazzled grey hair. Small with wrinkles. Lol maybe I'll age well. If I don't it'll be okay. It will have been for good. But I will say my mom has aged well so my hopes are high :)
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Guest EZPassion

hey now, I have just turned 40 not long ago and it is more like hitting your prime.  The body is still some what young but the mind is more experienced.  You should look forward to your 40's.

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Guest jimmy3737

There are many ways to look at it.  My own experience tells me that as I grow older, I have to be more responsible to myself.  But life teaches us that as we go.  In the years that I spent with my littles, all of them slowly evolved as time went by.  I don't consider it a bad thing.  People change.  We learn from each other and we better ourselves as time goes by.  It does not mean that the dynamic between two people will not still work.  This lifestyle creates a knowledge and closeness with your partner that a normal relationship could never fathom.  Knowing your partner so well that you know their thoughts and feelings even before they utter a sound can be a wonderful feeling.  I think the trick is to keep things interesting and allow the love between you to grow and evolve.  

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No. I don't think that because I only discovered this about myself AFTER I passed forty.

I am in better shape than I was twenty years ago, I am a personal trainer, full of energy, giggly, with a "younger" attitude and vitality than many half my age.

As is said again and again, age has literally nothing to do with this. Nothing. I curl up on my Daddy's lap, or at His feet, and feel wonderful. And He adores me as His little girl. I will still be His little girl in five/ten/fifteen years and beyond.

Getting older is inevitable, (and a privilege) but getting old is a choice.

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Guest Princessaj

I am 52 years old and found out about DDlg a year ago. I have been a little/middle my whole life. By some miracle, my looks have gone from older to younger. I was told I looked in my 30's when I was in my teens. Now, I am told I look in my 20's. A past Vanilla fellow I was dating gave me the highest compliment ever about 6 months ago. We were having a discussion and he just blurted out "...you are looking at me like you are 12 years old...!" I was just being myself. 

 

The best gift you can give yourself is to be yourself. I spent my whole life trying to please everyone, because I wanted them to love me. Being younger or older for someone else will never make you happy. Whenever anyone, especially men, apologize because of their age...I always tell them, "...I adore candles and cake...the more the better...." Hugs

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I just turned 30, and it blows my mind how it feels NOTHING like what I expected as a younger adult. I imagine 40 will be similar. I'm just a better, more refined, more stable version of me with life experience and access to even more cool stuff lol.
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I always feel I won't fit the dynamic when I'm older but I guess it's a state of mind not what your body looks like ^^ I wish I could forever stay petite and it being socially acceptable to dress up like a schoolgirl and not get weird looks (even though old women give me weird looks anyway!). Anyhow, I'm sure at 40 I'll still feel little, I'll just go about it differently and I'm sure it'll manifest itself in a way that suits your life at the time. 

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I am 34 and I doubt I will ever "grow out of it" it is who I am. Sure, I can't pull off some things I used to when I was 17 fashion/behavior wise (not because I don't look good but because I would get awkward stares) and I am sure there will be some styles I will have to save to use in private when I am 45 that I can wear right now without anyone thinking I look out of place.

 

But the point is, if you feel it doesn't suit you anymore instead of making you feel super happy and giddy, you my friend are no longer a little. If you happen to be young enough not to have your first wrinkle yet... then you probably never were one in the lifestyle sense, it was just a normal stage of growing up and you are past it, a bit of a late bloomer. Nothing wrong with that, it doesn't make you a fake or anything don't hold yourself back with labels, just keep true to yourself.

 

As for dreading getting old, age is just a number. I do however dislike the idea of looking old (for my age) or unattractive, so I put a lot of effort in my looks. I am aware as I age I will just have to put more and more effort just to maintain but that has nothing to do with DDlg and more with my and Daddy's high standards on beauty.

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