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Ok so I've been with my well can't really say daddy since he doesn't classify as it. Anyways. Back to the topic. How do I help him notice that daddy isn't just sexual. That it's during the day too. I mean it's hard to fight little space as I am a mom, but I have moments to myself where I'll sit and color and he'll yell about messes that aren't even existent just to attempt to "snap me out of it" as he calls it. How do I help him notice that he isn't being very daddy like?
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Its possible being called daddy or daddyish things are only sexual to him. Considering that he purposefully tries to pull u out of littlespace, it doesn't seem like something he is interested in on a nonsexual basis. Seeing u engage in 'little' things may be making him uncomfortable and why he might be so determined to snap u out of it so u can stop. The only way he will ever notice what's daddy-like (in your opinion) is if u sit down and have an open and honest conversation with him about ur wants/needs/desires. Explains what all of this means to u and why u like it. Find out what sort of little things he might like. Try to go into the conversation with no expectations, or demands of who he is or should be. It is possible he may simply have no interest in age regression, ageplay, or any of the things u enjoy in that realm and that is ok. Find out if there is anything u guys can compromise on so u can both be happy. If he is completely turned off or uninterested in engaging in the little side of u...then unfortunately there is nothing u can do about it. Ppl like what they like, and some ppl just want no part of this.
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[...] can't really say daddy since he doesn't classify as it [...]

 

The first thing you said kind of answers your whole question. He isn't a Daddy. He isn't into it being 24/7, it sounds like, or outside of the bedroom better put. Pushing him could just irritate him and further the chasm that it seems you have between you two in relation to this. Focus less on titles and more on your wants/needs and what he is able to supply. 

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How do I help him notice that he isn't being very daddy like?

You tell him. Using as few words as possible.

 

Although if a guy was yelling at me about non existent messes, I'd probably leave his ass and take all of his money.

 

I've been told I'm fickle.

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I think the slightly annoying/disturbing part here is that he is even yelling at you for doing the parts of DDLG that don't even concern him, I mean if you were trying to force him into aoanking you or something I could see him getting understandabley frustrated, but if you're just sitting there colouring and minding your own business why should he yell? It seems mean and uncalled for.... :/
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To all the replies thank you. I have actually been with him for 4 years. 4 years he knew I was a little. This didn't just suddenly began. I've been a little for awhile. I tried telling him from the start. Even sent links to places to read up on what it means because I'm not always the best with my words. I'll try talking to him again, but no promises what will come of it.
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Honestly if it's been four yearsI dont think anything is going to change. It's apparent that he doesn't care for ypur little side like you want. I dont think there's much you can do
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Just because he knew about it, doesn't mean he was 'down for it' and all it entails. He may be able to tolerate that u are a little, but it doesn't seem like he want any part of it. Might not even want to witness it. Ask him why he tries to snap u out of it. See if this is making him uncomfortable etc. It sounds like u are trying to make him ur Daddy/trying to encourage him to want it, when u already know it is not for him. u may need to come to terms that he is simply not 'Daddy material' because u know it already (u said ur self that he doesn't classify as a daddy or behave like one)....yet u are still pushing for it.
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So I spoke to him. He is going to be more understanding. I explained to him that if it's making him uncomfortable then he should tell me and he told me it's just he thought it was supposed to be an in the bedroom only thing and is looking into how to be more daddy like. He even bought me the 100 piece marker set I'd been eyeballing for awhile.
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