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Does any other daddies give their little girls an allowance. My little makes her own earnings as do I. I just think this is a fun little deal to add and sending her off to her favorite shops or places with her allowance. She comes home showing me all the pretty things she’s bought or her favorite new books.
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To each their own. Some Little’s like it and others like yourself do not and that is ok. Thank you for dropping your opinion. I’d like to hear others!

 

Personally my little loves it because it’s added element to the role play. She earns her own money and I do too. This is just fun for us.

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Yep, you're right. In the same principle, we don't role play either. This is who we are as people. Different things work for different people of course.
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Certain littles earn allowance in different ways. I know if I’ve been good I’ll get food or a stuffie or something. Not actual money though. And I don’t even need those things. I think it’s just a way to show appreciation or how proud my Dom is since I’m a huge brat haha. Edited by Hooliigann
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I might add that I am married. It’s not her money and my money. It is our money ultimately. We do role play. Sure this is who we are personality but at the end of the day. This is role playing for us.
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I like the idea. I make my own money, and don't need someone else to pay my way, but it's a cute idea. It would be a fun way to save up for a big treat too.  

 

Just my opinion, your millage may vary. 

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And that's absolutely fine. No one way is better than another. There was no negativity meant towards you. Just my personal reply to the question.
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I think to a degree it can be cute to have an allowance but I think it's more of a roleplay for me. I like being able to buy my own things and use my money how I like. And that what I'd put money is used to pay to take care of bill's and things
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I think it's a super cute idea! I remember one of the ddlg youtubers I used to watch implemented the allowance with their chore chart. Every time they did something on the chart they got a dollar or w/e~
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I don't have an allowance in the traditional sense. There's no specific amount or chores attached. It's usually just to make sure I have a little extra for treats like candy or soda. I also get help with bills and necessities if need be.
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My partner and I have an allowance. We don't have to earn it and we can spend it on what we want. It's part of our budget and we just call it treat money.

 

Like you, it's our money, we both work hard so both should get to have an amount used for treats.

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Oh we definitely have disposable income each for treats and unnecessary things. Weekends away in His motorhome, meals out, cinema visits, items we want just for the sake of having them, etc. If He particularly wants me to have something, He will buy it or suggest its a good thing for me to buy myself, and if we want something for us both, we will share the cost. Gifts are not the same as providing a financial benefit. But like i said, that works for some,and not for others. For instance, on a similar subject, He is in charge of my personal finances. Because He is simply MUCH better with money than me, and i asked Him to help me. And because of that, i am now building up a decent savings account, have bought myself a much better quality bike than i have ever had before, and can afford to go to the canary islands with Him in a few months. But that would absolutely not work for others.
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I don't know if the app is still running but there was an app called ChoreMonster where you had to do certain activities to get points which you would exchange for things like having a trip out or a new stuffie or whatever was agreed by the CG and little

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You'll obviously get different answers depending on individual views, feelings and circumstances, OP. I also think real age can sometimes affect these answers, too.

 

I wouldn't do well with an allowance. I would find it borderline offensive. I simply couldn't role play with that. I would personally (emphasis on the personally here) feel massively patronised. I've always had financial independence, always earned my own money and always paid my own way in every possible regard. I have my own home, my own car, no debts, an 11 year old daughter I've raised and supported solo since day one, and every single item in my home has been bought and paid for by me. If a partner ever handed me some cash and told me to go buy myself something pretty, I would be rolling up a newspaper, bopping him on the nose with it and shouting, 'BAD!' :lol:  I have an established career and I make good money. I don't need or want financial support from anybody. If I want to treat myself, I will. I won't be waiting for approval to spend my own money and I would never want to spend somebody else's hard earned pennies.

 

When it comes to treats, there is a pot of money there, either to spend personally or to use for shared enjoyment (days out, cinema visits, etc.). I don't think of it as an allowance though. It's money I set aside for a specific purpose - it's budgeted the same way my household expenses are. I think gift giving is a lovely thing to do, but I don't see that as a one sided deal. For me, it's reciprocal. It's always nice to spoil your partner, but I like to spoil as much as I like to be spoiled. When it comes to money, I like to be on even footing. I couldn't personally have power exchange anywhere near finances.

 

Different horses for different courses. :) 

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Yeah I give my little an allowance! 

I control all the money in our dynamic as she likes the whole total power exchange thing and I'm better with money anyways. She's between jobs at the moment so she basically has the whole housewife thing going on and I sort money. Rather than allowance I usually just get her presents or get her things she points out when we're at the shops.

When she's working again I'll go back to giving her an allowance out of our money pot as we will have slightly more disposable income. She loves it though, it means all the money she gets feels like a treat. It also means my apartment is full of pink things but I wouldn't have it any other way!

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It's interesting (to me) how strongly some people seem to feel about this, especially if the allowance is in the form of money.

 

I am financially self sufficient in all respects - my income, how I spend it, managing my bills & savings etc. 

 

But it wouldn't upset or insult me at all if my Daddy wanted to give me an allowance sometimes.  I wouldn't like it as a regular thing because I'd feel

bad about taking his money. For me, it would be ok occasionally as a fun thing. 

Like a role play perhaps, or maybe it could be another thing to just make me instantly feel Little. Just reading this thread has blasted me back to my childhood when I got pocket money!

 

The same as I don't need someone to ask if I've eaten my lunch, or to help me get dressed, or ANY of the Daddy things he does.  They're all just part of our dynamic, some things more often or important than others. 

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I am a switch so..

 

As A Little

My Daddy and I both make our own money but as I am not completely a little (I am also a slave and much more) I allow him to have complete control over the finances. He takes my money and his (technically ours since we are married) and he pays the bills and buys all things needed. He doesn't like change so I get all change (which adds up quickly) and I save it for dates or other things I may want. Right now I am currently saving for a date to the zoo. :) The only thing I am not allowed to buy is my stuffies because that is his favorite thing to buy for me.

 

As A Big

For my little I do not control all of her finances but she is not allowed to buy certain things (mainly sweets as she has the habit of eating chocolate and candy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner) other than that she has free range to buy as she pleases. I am in the process of saving money that I make doing extra chores and jobs to buy and send her a large gift but she controls her money.

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Me and my daddy use an allowance. I love to shop a little bit too much and I do good with an allowance and budget to stick with. We use princess bucks that have pictures of Disney Toddlers to add up how much I’ve earned and then I get to buy whatever ever toys I want or save it till next week. We only use it for toys and stuff I want but don’t need.
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I should clarify the allowance comes from my own check but if left to my own devices I can and have spent almost $300 on a whim in one shopping trip. This way works because I get what I want but still have that feeling of someone else is in charge that I love. It’s win win for me and my daddy but may not work for everyone.
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... I get what I want but still have that feeling of someone else is in charge that I love. It’s win win for me and my daddy but may not work for everyone.

 

 

Sounds lovely! It's great when couples create a dynamic that really works for them  :)

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I'm new here so please pardon my lack of profile completion.

 

Regarding allowance, perhaps, but base it on age appropriateness. If my little is 4-6 years old, the allowance provided would be an appropriate amount one would give to a 4-6 year old. It's about teaching your little the value of a dollar and what it takes to earn that dollar. Doing chores, this and that, etc. Higher allowance amounts equating to sums that would pay adult expenditures in my opinion would cast doubt on the true nature of the relationship. Is my little only interested in me because I am giving her money to pay her adult bills?

 

Again, my opinion and thoughts only, not intended to offend, judge or disrespect others. :)

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In my position.. I earn a very nice salary. My wife earns a decent salary. Even when we were dating she would never ask a dime from me. She offered to pay for things. I offered to help her bills while she was in school and she refused it. Now that we are older. Married. Our money is ultimately combined. The allowance is just for role play. Added fun.
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  • 6 months later...
My daddy controls all the money. Mine included. Separate bank accounts but he hold my card. I don't work currently as I'm carrying OUR little boy. But he wants to give me an allowance. And I do like the idea because I like the dominance in it. I would earn about a dollar a day. Its not much but in all reality. I don't like to ask for stuff its set in my brain that asking for stuff is being greedy and unprincessy.. Not a word I know. But yeah. I love the idea of it. The concept of it. I just wish my brain would be more accepting of it... Because I desperately need new shoes...
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