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substitutes for little space items?


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So I'm a little with basically no little space item due to still living at home with my parents so I just wanna know if anyone has any idea on items I can get for me when im little that wont raise any suspicions my little space age is usually betweeen 0 and 3 so please if anyone knows please let me know.

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Guest PrincessSparkles35
Glitter crayons, gel pens, small coloring books, big coloring books, coloring app, ty beanie boo stuffies...they're really cute and small
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Guest DollyGirly

A throw blanket in a solid color or any pattern you're comfortable with as your blankie. Even adults like throw blankets for when they're a bit chilly. A plastic cup with a lid and a plastic straw as your sippy (they make adult ones in cute patterns/cartoons too). Adult coloring books and crayons/markers/gel pens (they can't argue with adult coloring books and there are many cute ones made for adults). A vintage stuffie like a Care Bear or whatever (nothing wrong with collecting one or more vintage toys). Netflix has lots of kids shows and cartoons....they even have Netflix Kids. Cute undies if you like that sort of thing (there are many cartoon patterned, adult undies out there.......no red flags because they're adult sized and can come from Walmart, Target, or any other online store). Fruit cut up bit size, string cheese, goldfish crackers, candy, gummies, etc. are all also consumed by adults. Bubble bath (body wash also creates a nice bubble bath if you don't want to buy actual bubble bath) and/or bath bombs. Adults take baths too so that they can relax.

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I have a couple throw blankets...they're pretty and have mandala patterns on them... toys are fun to collect..they're little and make great decorations...I have almost all the princesses from the kinder candy eggs

 

Cups with straws are amazing! It's always a good idea to have straws too

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If you have your own room get a pacifier, it fits within your stated little age range, as it would be small, easy to use and put away around bedtime.

 

Little kaiya

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If you have your own room get a pacifier, it fits within your stated little age range, as it would be small, easy to use and put away around bedtime.

 

Little kaiya

 

Do you have any idea how to get one without my parents seeing it as I can not leave the house without one of them with me and I have to open my parcels in front of them because I can not think of a way to get one without getting caught

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Why can you not leave the house without one of your parents with you or open your parcels without them watching? You say you are 22 years old so I dont understand what the issue is and why you are under such restrictive supervision.

 

You may want to consider finding an apartment with or without a roommate as what you are describing sounds very unhealthy for an adult to be honest.

 

Little kaiya

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Why can you not leave the house without one of your parents with you or open your parcels without them watching? You say you are 22 years old so I dont understand what the issue is and why you are under such restrictive supervision.

 

You may want to consider finding an apartment with or without a roommate as what you are describing sounds very unhealthy for an adult to be honest.

 

Little kaiya

 

I can't leave the house without them due to anxiety I get whenever out alone and it's basically cause they are nosey with the parcels 

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If that's your situation then there's not much I or anyone can offer as a suggestion really. I guess you could give a friend money and ask a friend to buy one for you.

 

Little kaiya

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If that's your situation then there's not much I or anyone can offer as a suggestion really. I guess you could give a friend money and ask a friend to buy one for you.

 

Little kaiya

 

I understand it thankyou for your suggestion I will figure something out hopefully :)

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Guest PrincessSparkles35
I just wanted to add. I'm happy u asked this bc I know there will be many that read these messages and it will help them too
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Guest Looby-Lou

Lots of great suggestions from DollyGirly  :wub:

 

I'm sorry you have such bad anxiety. I hope your living situation and your parents actually help with this. If it doesn't, please reach out to someone.

 

I just did a quick google for "adult pacifier anxiety". There are several links quoting medical advice that it can be beneficial for adults with anxiety (and other problems) to suck on a pacifier. 

If you want a paci, you might like to check this out yourself and perhaps show it to your parents. Maybe they'd agree to you having one. 

 

I hope things improve for you and you feel less anxious going forward.

 

Looby  :)

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