Is it possible, sure, is it what littles are looking for, probably not. Relationships are wonderful in that they should be tailored to the people that are in them.
Now, does a little/little relationship have challenges that aren't in a DDlg relationship, yep. Both parties would have to really talk and respect that the other isn't a Caregiver. Personally I think that could be very challenging, especially after a hard day, during stressful situations, etc. As a result of challenging or emotional times when littles typically want their Caregiver I think it would honestly be very, very difficult to maintain in the long run. I think one would end up almost forced into a Caregiver or older sibling role which could be ok for a switch but in my opinion unfair to a little.
Would I personally ever consider it, nope, I'm a little and when I'm little I want my Daddy there to take care of me. I don't want another little who needs those same caregiving moments that I do. Plus, showing my little side is a very vulnerable thing for me which occurs when I'm with my Daddy. I honestly think if I was with another little that side of me wouldn't come out which wouldn't be healthy.
So, if both littles were very honest, truly weren't looking for a Caregiver in the other person and communicated it is possible; however, I think it's not what most littles really want deep down, so even if they say they do I'm not 100% convinced it would be true. That said, it wouldn't be me in that type of relationship so my opinion isn't really that important now is it ðŸ˜‰
Just my thoughts and two cents.
Edited by Little kaiya, 01 July 2019 - 09:09 PM.