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Guest Alice binky
Are there any other littlest out there who live with their parents and have to keep everything hush? I still live at home because my university is really near my home. How do you all cope?
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My last little lived at home, It's not so bad. Unless your parents are really controlling you should have hiding spots for things like nappies or dummies or whatnot. I'm sure your parents go out from time to time too? Plus nobody bats an eyelid at a girl in her early 20s having cuddly toys etc round her room.

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I don't live with my parents but I do live with my son and my sister.  I cannot be openly little in my home.  There are little things that are normal for grownups too. For example, bubble baths, bath fizzies and coloring books (buy adult coloring books.......I mean, they're for adults so nobody can say anything). If you get a paci or other little stuff just keep it tucked away somewhere in your room that nobody will find it.  I'm sure you're alone at night in your room.  If you want discreet mail, go open a PO Box at your local post office if you can.  Little snacks like fruit snacks can be for grownups too, even the cartoon shaped ones.  Little me also loves hot chocolate with marshmallows and candy (also normal for adults too).  I love things like Hello Kitty and cute things so nobody finds it odd for me to have things with Hello Kitty, etc. on it. Also, grownups watch Disney movies too.  A cute throw blanket can be your blankie and nobody knows but you (I even have a pink Minnie Mouse one at work because they know I like girly and cute stuff too).  Cute pens and desk stuff are also an option.  Just some ideas. :)

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Guest Alice binky

I don't live with my parents but I do live with my son and my sister.  I cannot be openly little in my home.  There are little things that are normal for grownups too. For example, bubble baths, bath fizzies and coloring books (buy adult coloring books.......I mean, they're for adults so nobody can say anything). If you get a paci or other little stuff just keep it tucked away somewhere in your room that nobody will find it.  I'm sure you're alone at night in your room.  If you want discreet mail, go open a PO Box at your local post office if you can.  Little snacks like fruit snacks can be for grownups too, even the cartoon shaped ones.  Little me also loves hot chocolate with marshmallows and candy (also normal for adults too).  I love things like Hello Kitty and cute things so nobody finds it odd for me to have things with Hello Kitty, etc. on it. Also, grownups watch Disney movies too.  A cute throw blanket can be your blankie and nobody knows but you (I even have a pink Minnie Mouse one at work because they know I like girly and cute stuff too).  Cute pens and desk stuff are also an option.  Just some ideas. :)

That's all a great help, thank you so much.

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Yep. Like most poeple where I am, I had to move back home cause my job poofed into thin air and I used up my savings looking for another job. Three years later things have gotten worse for Central Alberta and as a result here I am XD

 

They don’t know about me and frankly they don’t care. As long as I clean and cook and pretend things are good they don’t give a *bleep* what’s going on in my life. If I don’t pretend then they throw it in my face that I’m lucky.

 

Which I am. Lots of folks have ended up on the streets. But I’d like to have my own life.

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Sort of, I live on my own right now for college but when I move back home next year, I'll have to hide some stuff again. Thankfully tho, I've always been like a kid if that makes sense? Like I'm 21 but for Easter this year my parents sent me two new stuffed animals along with a craptop of Kinder Surprise eggs. And they really don't bat an eye when I show them my latest purchase from Build-a-bear or marathon My Little Pony, so I'm pretty lucky in that sense. The only thing I really need to hide are my pacifiers and onesies, but other than that, they don't seem to mind about everything else. As long as I'm passing my classes, paying rent and eating, they seem to be pretty chill.

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Yes! I live with my parents (I moved in when my mom became sick with cancer a couple of years ago. Don't worry! She showed it who was boss!), and I'm currently putting all the things in order for them before I move out again. My parents are super conservative and still think I'm a virgin at 29 (hehe). So I hide all of my grownup naughty stuff and my newly acquired little stuff (less than a year as a little). The only things I leave out in the open are the ribbons I put in my hair, my stuffies (I have an toddler nephew who likes to play with them), and my skirts that I wear sometimes. Everything else is hidden. Lucky for me they are extremely nonobservant. 

 

It's hard because I don't want to move out before things are ironed out for them, but I also miss being able to have my space and be me. These days that means little me with stuffies, knee highs, my hair in pigtails, and skirts. 

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Guest Thelittlebear
I hide my stuff , but i have left out pacis and my onesie in my room and my mom saw but said nothing. I do order stuff from amazon and if they ask what it is , i just say its for a friends birthday. Or something decor room thing.
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I tend to keep most of my little stuff hidden. But simple things like a blankie and some plushies can be seen as normal. You can also incorporate cute things into the things you wear without making it look weird. I like to wear a lot of pastels and pinks and blues and so wearing little stuff looks normal for me. But it depend on the person.  :heart:

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Guest Lonely-Little
I don't live with my parents, but I do have to hide my little side fron my family (husband and kids) Lucky for me I do have kids so it's easy to buy the stuff I like and say it's for them (coloring books, stuffies, story books...) plus I get to watch cartoons with them. I cuddle a blanket instead of a stuffy but it works for me. There are a lot of things I want that I can't have but I find ways. It's hard not to able to fully be yourself but there are ways around it :)
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I'm definitely in hiding. Only my Daddy knows who I am, none of my friends, co-workers, or family know about me being a little/switch or involved in the community haha. It would be really bad if it people knew.

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I’m in hiding. I live with my parents to save money on college. I’m the only one besides my ex who knows I’m a little. It’s really tough because the area I live in is super judgmental about any slightly different relationships. So being both gothic and a little in hiding is much more difficult.
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