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Hi all CG and DD,

 

Well i am trying to find out the best way to explain to my girl the differences between babygirl and little girl. With the banning of content from tumblr, my tagged page for that explanation has gone missing and i wonder if any one would have a copy of that or maybe will be able to help me with the definition.

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Honestly, there is no cookie cutter answer for this that everyone will agree on, but this is my stance on it...


Littles have a specific persona that is an age regression that they switch into to some extent. It usually includes toys, cartoons, sometimes pacifiers, etc. but it almost always involves activities that are decidedly child-like. For some it’s only in the bedroom.


Babygirl more so a loose term for the lifestyle as it's more often used by others who engage in DD and have a childish/bratty submissive nature. Though they may engage in childish activities. It's also used in the lifestyle as a term for endearment.


Personally,  a little is usually someone with a very decided difference between their adult persona and their childish one. Babygirls don't often participate in age regression and it's more of a flirtatious and seductive with a hint of childish persona, if that makes sense??


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Honestly, there is no cookie cutter answer for this that everyone will agree on, but this is my stance on it...

Littles have a specific persona that is an age regression that they switch into to some extent. It usually includes toys, cartoons, sometimes pacifiers, etc. but it almost always involves activities that are decidedly child-like. For some it’s only in the bedroom.

Babygirl more so a loose term for the lifestyle as it's more often used by others who engage in DD and have a childish/bratty submissive nature. Though they may engage in childish activities. It's also used in the lifestyle as a term for endearment.

Personally,  a little is usually someone with a very decided difference between their adult persona and their childish one. Babygirls don't often participate in age regression and it's more of a flirtatious and seductive with a hint of childish persona, if that makes sense??

 

 

yes i do agree there is no definite answer to this. I am looking for the right word to use so that i can educate by babygirl on this. We has a discussion and she has a wrong perception on babygirl where she said babygirl has no say to her daddy. I corrected her and said that is master/slave. So im just finding the right words to let her know the differences between babygirl and little girl. Its just not coming to me. 

 

However, to me little girl is not always an age regression. My little portraits all you said minus the age regression. :)

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I wasn't aware there was a difference, but I know for me personally being called Babygirl really irritates me as it's a name that I do not identify with <-I think thats what I mean. I rather be called Littleone, Bub or Kitten than Babygirl and Princess as they are names that don't resonate with me.

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Looking at the replies, I guess it really does depend on the individual! To me, "baby girl" or "baby princess" or anything with the term "baby" implies a younger little or adult baby, perhaps someone with a little age of 0-4? Whereas "little", "little girl/boy" are more broad terms, encompassing almost any age range and also those with no little age or ageplay tendencies. But there seems to be a range of opinions on the subject! Long story short, people can identify themselves however they choose, and as long as we're all prepared to listen to each other and not get upset if someone's definition of a term doesn't match up with ours, it's not really a huge problem.

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