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    #1 jdxop



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    Posted 15 November 2019 - 07:51 PM

    So I'm starting to see this new girl and she tells me that her little age is like 14/teenager brat range and I've only ever had littles who are 1-3 years old. Because of this, it makes it hard for me to be able to adjust and was wondering if I could get some advice on how to discipline, and treat a teenager middle. I'm probably not making any sense but I hope someone can give me some help! 


    Any advice would be gratefully appreciated



    #2 Daddys little Baby_Bear

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    Posted 15 November 2019 - 09:27 PM

    From what I've been reading it seems like with a middle you have to be strict but expect some bratty-ness and back lash. I'd recommend just talking to her to see what it is she wants/expects.

    Here are some things I found about middles that I hope may help:

    Hope this helps at all

    #3 princess cotton grass

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    Posted 16 November 2019 - 04:22 PM

    hmm.. maybe just talk to her


    i'm sure she knows how she wants to be treated and so having the conversation, and properly having it, could be surprisingly helpful.


    if that doesn't help then try asking other middles with experience and daddies of middle who know how to handle them

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    Posted 19 November 2019 - 07:05 PM

    this is also a helpful resource:


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    #5 🍓Daddy’s_Lil’_Strawberry🍓



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    Posted 19 November 2019 - 10:27 PM

    Definitely concur with others that you’ll want to talk to her. Honestly, I think in any dynamic (which are all unique and different) the conversation and communication are ultimately essential. As a middle/little/babygirl/sub fun combo, it’s really been helpful having a Daddy that was willing to talk to me about all of it. Good luck!

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    Posted 20 November 2019 - 03:30 AM

    Hey J.  :)


    Middles vary just as much as littles do.  I identify as more of a middle than a little because I'm very independent and have interests in more "grown up" activities as opposed to little activities. 


    My daddy and I have been building cute models together. (It's like this one!)  I like to colour but I have more "grown up" colouring books.  Some of the mandala ones are gorgeous and I know there's a Harry Potter one out there...  Anyway, I think you see my point.  Same sort of activities but just a more grown up version because, as a middle, I'm capable of more than a little might be.


    Middles are bratty.  There, I said it.  However, I'm a very quiet and submissive person so it's a bit of a non-issue for me.  If you think of that age bracket then there are more attitude and behavioural issues, I guess, but that will depend on the personality of your middle.  I think middles that are sexual might be more aggressive than littles.  I don't know, I can only speak for myself, but the name nymphet is out there for a reason.  Perhaps there's a bit of a cross-over there.


    On the whole, your middle is unique and special.  You'll learn what she likes and what she doesn't like.  Just make sure you have a conversation (indeed, more than one conversation!) about all the usual things including rules, punishments, rewards, etc. and I'm sure things will be good.

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    Posted 23 November 2019 - 03:08 PM

    We hate having our phones and Social media taken away! So you can try that, and "ground" her by not taking her out on dates. My daddy gives me homework like math problems or I have to write lines. Of course, discuss all this with her first and she what she thinks. Good luck!

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