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Baby talk used by littles seems to be really hit or miss with other littles and caregivers. It’s really just a personal preference for what you like in your littles , and what kind of talk you’re comfortable with within your friendships. 
 

I started thinking though , there’s actually a lot of Caregivers that use baby talk to speak to their little. (Or Daddy/Mommy/Other talk I guess?) 

They will speak softer , maybe get a little bit more high pitched like how people talk to their dogs sometimes, and use baby talk while speaking to their little. 
 

Example

Little : “Daddy I’m staaaaarving !” 
Daddy : “Aw does wittle baby have tummy grumbles ? What kind of foods does baby’s tummy want?” 

 

😵💫 Typing that made me cringe so hard. 
 

What about the opposite end of the spectrum ? Caregivers who use baby talk like that , or have voice fluctuations with their littles ? 
 

- Is that just as annoying to you as little baby talk? Or do you like caregiver baby talk ? 
- Do you find caregivers baby talk more endearing than if a little does it and why ? 
- What kind of language / talk / speech do you like hearing from your caregiver ? 
 

I personally don’t find it AS annoying , mostly because when caregivers are baby talking they still typically type everything out correctly and it doesn’t really turn into a jumbled mess that needs deciphering. I do still find it off putting though. I’m not a fan of baby talk in a caregiver. As a middle , if I’m being baby talked at I feel like I’m being disrespected or like I’m being treated like that literally , a baby. My age range is usually 10-15 most of the time but bounces around a lot , but never below the range of 10. So if I’m trying to do something or ask for something , and a caregiver starts treating me like a baby I get extremely frustrated because I want to be treated like a grown up. 
 

I wouldn’t say I find it more endearing , but for some reason I do see caregivers that baby talk or who are softer as more endearing in general. Probably because I want to break them. 😇

As a middle , I prefer a little more independence and sweet check ins. I don’t like the changing of voices or words to sound more sweet and nice , almost feminine and motherly. Yuck. I prefer my caregiver to sound stern , but concerned. Instead of all the “baby , angel , aw does my baby need this ect” , I prefer something more like

 

Me : *Cutting veggies for dinner* 
Caregiver : “That’s a sharp knife , you got that kid ?” 

Me : Uh huh ! *waves it around and makes stabbing motions* 

Caregiver : -____-  “Knock that shit off or you don’t get to cut anything.”  
 

Me : *sticks tongue out* 

Caregiver : “What am I gunna do with you , you little shit ?” 

Me : *😈* “I dunno what are you gunna do with me old fart?” 

I was raised around my step dad and grandpa a lot , so cuteness and caregiver talk sounds more like that to me ^ almost exasperated at my cheekiness , still treat me like a kid but no baby words and feminine voice changes. 
 

What do you dig and not dig ?

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I enjoy the baby talk, when im in little space it makes me feel comfortable and wanted. It also puts me in little space very quickly,i think why is cause past trauma.

When I baby talk my voice gets higher and my wording changes but still coherent , I'd I had a daddy they would have to understand and like my baby talk or I don't think the relationship would work out.

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Whatever comes naturally, Forcing a persona or voice change is what makes it annoying for me. 

 

Your little dialogue exchange made me laugh 🤣 Endearing name calling hahaha!

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13 minutes ago, andrielisilien said:

Whatever comes naturally, Forcing a persona or voice change is what makes it annoying for me. 

 

Your little dialogue exchange made me laugh 🤣 Endearing name calling hahaha!

😎 nice , one of my favorite activities is making people laugh. 

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Nope, not never. I wouldn't ever talk to a new born, a child, or my little with "baby talk" . I don't like doing it cause I feel it's disrespectful. 

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I would absolutely hate if my Daddy babytalked to me. I want my caregiver coming across as mature and adult and Him babytalking would throw that right out the window.

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I agree, baby talk is not for me. My caregiver doesn't talk to me that way but perhaps it's because I'm a middle? Even reading it makes me cringe a bit but to either their own! 

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There might be a select few words or phrases I'm okay with in the context of if I'm not allowed to swear in littlespace and different words have to be used to fill in the words that I'm used to otherwise. Outside of that I'd rather not be baby talked to. 

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20 hours ago, andrielisilien said:

Whatever comes naturally, Forcing a persona or voice change is what makes it annoying for me. 

 

Your little dialogue exchange made me laugh 🤣 Endearing name calling hahaha!

I agree with this, whatever comes naturally and doesn’t feel forced. I like to be talked to in a loving and gentle way, but not feminine or anything!!! lol  

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Ahhh, the age old baby talk debate rears it's head once again. I love a good baby talk debate. 

I would say there is quite a spectrum of acceptability in baby talkin. Such as, MY little baby talking to me being the most acceptable and encouraged. 

And on the other end of the spectrum, a Daddy Dom in a discord server baby talking to littles that aren't his, that's the least acceptable end of the spectrum. 

Everything else falls in-between those categories.  Little girls who aren't mine, baby talking? Pretty acceptable, mommy dommes baby talking, mildly acceptable. Daddy Doms baby talking to THEIR littles, cringeworthy,  but I won't say anything. Then of course the lowest form of baby talk, Daddy's Doms doing it to littles who aren't theirs, in a group chat or something, that makes me wanna drag them off to Dom training boot camp. 

Maybe if I have time later I'll make a chart with stars, showing the level of baby talk acceptability, in my eyes at least 

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Great question, as I have thought about this myself. 

My little age can range from anywhere between 3 and 12. That's quite a jump, but I don't personally mind being spoken to in "baby talk" by my dom in real life. It actually makes me feel more comfortable and gets me out of my head wondering if I am being weird for wanting to age regress at all. Honestly I just appreciate it tons when my dom is putting in effort to help me feel regressed. If that means baby talk even though I am feeling 8 or 9, welp that's okay to me haha

As for online talking, I don't mind it as long as it isn't excessive. Like you described it, if I have to decipher what is being said, it can be very tiring. BUT I also don't try to linger on it. If that's how the other person feels comfortable talking, then who am I to tell them to stop for my sake? Luckily I haven't been in a conversation that was so "baby talked" that I really had no idea what they were talking about....I think xD

 

I don't baby talk much myself, but a little bit feels nice to help me regress ^-^ 

 

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On 7/10/2022 at 1:50 AM, andrielisilien said:

Whatever comes naturally, Forcing a persona or voice change is what makes it annoying for me. 

 

Your little dialogue exchange made me laugh 🤣 Endearing name calling hahaha!

This is what I was going to say :) 

For me, it’s not a role I’m putting on to please a partner. 
being a little is who I am, and I talk the way I talk. 
I feel like it should be the same way for daddies or mummies … they communicate with their partner the way that feels right to the kind of person they are :)  
 

not everyone’s communication styles will mesh. Like even in non CGL relationships… some people will use a lot of “lovey-dovey” talk… or use a whole array of pet names that I wouldn’t dream of ever wanting. But it’s natural to them and reflects the kind of partner they are. 

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I like baby talk when it’s not over the top.

the uwu and exaggerated spelling is very hard for me to read, and actually annoys me so badly that I have to excuse myself. 
 

But normal being cute and baby talk? Totally love. 
 

Even outside of our dynamic my partner and I say things like: nini, sleepy, potty, chippies, blankie, tummy, etc.  

there’s no forced fake speech impediment added, my voice though may get softer and smaller a little bit. But that’s about the extent of it. 
 

I try to just ignore the exaggerated baby talk to the best of my ability, but if I’m surrounded by it like in chat for example… I just leave. Cause I can’t. I’m not trying shame anyone, it’s just having to decipher the code for every work drives me nuts. 
 

we personally use some of the cutesie words but we also refer to each other as “mother fucker, bitch, asshole…”

 

BASICALLY TLDR I think it needs a healthy balance. 

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