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A question about slipping into being little...


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So I had a weird experience yesterday.  I was up really early and spent the day at the amusement park and then out for all you can eat Indian food buffet until quite late at night.  In between chatting with my best friend and her boyfriend and texting with my daddy, my friend said I was acting strange.  Almost like I had slipped into my ls every time I texted DD.  I'm not sure if I did or not, but she said my voice definitely changed and my mannerisms changed to very child like sometimes. But then I would be 'normal' shortly after.  We were thinking maybe it's because I was just so exhausted (just came off a 12 day shift, 2 hr drive to the park, all day at the park, late dinner)  that the line may have been a bit blurred and I may have been slipping every time I texted DD.  FYI, she knows I'm a little, but her boyfriend doesn't.   Has this ever happened to anyone else?

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This happens to me all the time, if I'm comfortable enough. My friends are all used to it and barely comment. (And I didn't even know I was little until a few months ago.) When I'm tired it's more pronounced, but even normally I'll switch between my adult voice and my higher pitched child's voice frequently. It's not really something I can control that well - er well I can but only if I actively notice it and most of the time, especially before I knew I was little, I didn't notice. I never do it around new people or in a formal/professional situation though so I'm not concerned. If I do, it's a sign I'm comfortable and feel safe to be myself.

 

But if I'm tired, like during a sleepover, I'll at some point start whining or laying on the floor or waving my arms or smiling into space and clapping and giggling. If I'm frustrated I might cry. I hit a "bouncing off the walls" phase where I lose even more inhibitions and that's probably, now that I think of it, a form of little space.

 

I kinda rambled, but it's not just you. And I wouldn't worry too much about your friend's boyfriend witnessing this, as long as you're comfortable around him. Only one of my friends knows I'm little, yet I behave this way around all of them plus my family - been doing it naturally for years - and it's just a part of who I am. Honestly, most people accept it pretty easily.

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Guest bunnibunbun
i slipped into ls today while at uni :c it was really hard pretending to be big so i could attend classes. my voice got more high pitched and i couldn't sit still ;^; i literally wanted to cry because no-one knows i'm a little and i wanted huggies and praises ╥﹏╥
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I often have to be careful around my Daddy in public cause of this. Messaging him a bunch, or even when he grabs things for me or does things. He doesn't even need to say 'you're too little for this' (which he does) but it's always implied.

 

I've had a few cases where I've slipped a little talking to him even when I'm out with friends. It can beeeee an ordeaaaaaal.

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Our close friends know I have a little side so if it comes out when we're with them it isnt a surprise. My Daddy knows the things that will frequently trigger little space for me so he, with my request, doesnt do them in public.

 

If it happens randomly he just pulls me close, keeps me calm and hovers protectively until it runs it's course. My Daddy isn't ashamed if it happens in public, not at all, but he knows I don't like when it happens when we're out so he goes "protective Daddy Wolf" if it does.

 

Little kaiya

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I have noticed when I slip into my little side I get quiet and I have a time or two at work which is the wrong place to slip because I work at Whataburger.
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