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    #1 tiinylittledancer

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    Posted 13 October 2019 - 04:28 PM

    Are there any littles out there with daughters? Did you ever get slightly scared that your daddy would love his daughter more than you? Or prefer her since she’s his actual little girl? I’m sorry for all the questions. But if you did have these thoughts how did you cope with them?

    #2 Vaar'ika

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    Posted 13 October 2019 - 04:40 PM

    I don't, but damn straight I would love my daughter more. My children would and will always come first.


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    #3 Little kaiya

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    Posted 13 October 2019 - 04:56 PM

    I wouldn't be worried about my Daddy loving a daughter more or preferring her but I have no doubt and would certainly expect it to be different.

    Am I my Daddy's little girl, yep, absolutely, but I'm also a self sufficient adult who can provide financially for themself. I'm also my Daddy's partner in terms of financial matters and life goals. I'm also my Daddy's submissive who offered trust and vulnerability and was rewarded with a collar. In all these ways the love that my Daddy would have for me would be different than for a biological daughter.

    To me it's much the same that I wouldn't worrying about my Wife loving a child more than me or preferring them to me, it's just a very different kind of love but it's equally valuable, precious and valid in my eyes.

    So nope, never had those worries because I love my Daddy and He loves me. If there's room for him to love my Wife and I equally in our own special ways then there equally room for him to love a daughter in its own special way without diminishing the love he already has for us now.

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    #4 Aetherr

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    Posted 13 October 2019 - 05:01 PM

    dom with a 7 year old daughter here, my little knows she is my world and my number one.. she also knows i am a father and i will be until i die

     

    if you look at parenting as the child taking attention and love away then you need to re-evaluate your outlook on things

     

    kids cannot look after themselves

    kids dont do what they do for a kink or a fetish they do it because they are developing and turning into productive humans

     

    i am not sure if you actually have these thoughts you mention but if you do i am not sure a nicer way to tell you but that isnt healthy


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    #5 MylovesPrincess

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    Posted 13 October 2019 - 05:12 PM

    I am a little with a daughter. By far it is an amazing trip. My love with my Daddy, and his love with our daughter is distinctly different. We share SO MUCH as a family. Now she has her own Daddy, in a caregiver way, versus her biological daddy. We would color together, play together.
    Don't fear it. Embrace it.
    Littles can and do raise littles.
    I have no jealousy of my daughter. Her and my husband are my best friends.
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    Posted 14 October 2019 - 11:04 AM

    Jealousy over an actual child's role with their parent is not healthy, in my opinion. You should always put your children before a relationship, of course he should love his daughter more. You are not an actual child, therefore the relationship is completely different even within a ddlg dynamic. You CANNOT and SHOULD NOT expect the same type of love or treatment from your significant other as they give their child. 


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    Posted 14 October 2019 - 03:38 PM

    I have a daughter.  She's just turned 12 and she's awesome.

     

    My relationship with my partner, and daddy, is completely different to that of my daughter with her father.  You can't compare the relationships - one is between two consenting adults and the other is between the parent and child.

     

    If you were to remove the ddlg dynamic would you be worried about being jealous of your partner preferring your daughter over you?  I'm curious.

     

    In my mind, it's my relationship with my partner that is most important.  The two of us have to work well together so that the kids, the family dynamic, words well as a whole.  As a father, my partner nurtures his own relationship with the kids but I've never felt like he prefers them.  I suppose I could be jealous about time he spent with them or the attention he gave them but it makes me happy that he wants to be involved with them, that he cares for them and that he loves them.  That's healthy.

     

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    I just had a thought... :D

     

    Have you considered that when you have a baby you will be so consumed by this tiny little person that it might be your daddy that gets jealous?  :D


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    Posted 14 October 2019 - 05:12 PM

    I honestly wondered myself about if children are common in DDLG relationships. Not because I thought there would be any resentment or anything like that. More so just because of how the dynamic works and the time that goes into depending on the age of the agere and so on. Its really nice to see that there are people with children. I myself have gone up and down as far as having children are concerned because of a lot of different reasons but down the line if I am able to get into a relationship like this it is nice to know that its an option either way. Thank you for posting the discussion.



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    Posted 14 October 2019 - 09:12 PM

    If you start resenting your partner for loving their biological child more than you, you need to rethink some things.
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    Posted 17 October 2019 - 03:09 AM

    I honestly wondered myself about if children are common in DDLG relationships. Not because I thought there would be any resentment or anything like that. More so just because of how the dynamic works and the time that goes into depending on the age of the agere and so on. Its really nice to see that there are people with children. I myself have gone up and down as far as having children are concerned because of a lot of different reasons but down the line if I am able to get into a relationship like this it is nice to know that its an option either way. Thank you for posting the discussion.

     

    That's an interesting point, the time that goes into being a caregiver.  I know that having children has affected the amount of time my daddy and I are able to do little things because he's already caring for two children.  It's never been an issue because there is still time for each other just like there would be in any relationship.  We make that time for each other.  And I think knowing that things will change as the kids get older helps too.


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