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im really curious about being a little after having a baby. I love being little and never want to let that go but I also want to be an /actual/ mother one day
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You may just have to conceal it a little more when the child is old enough to understand whats going on. Honestly, you're never going to know if you don't try it out first. People have different experiences with that. My little wants to have a child and will just keep being little behind closed doors when the baby is old enough to comprehend things. 

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Im a full time mum to a 7 year old. I still make and find "Little" time for me. It really is just a case of keeping it out of their view. I only tend to be "Little" when my wee one isnt at home. Balance ^_^ Its possible ^_^

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I have 3 girls. They're all little now and I gotta tell you, it's actually pretty awesome. I do all sorts of "little" things WITH them. I honestly feel like being little and having kids has made me a better mom in the sense that I'm constantly engaging them and I genuinely enjoy it as much as they do. Of course the day will come when they've out grown my littleness and I'll have to hide it from them. At that point I'll do just that, keep it behind closed doors. (To clarify, doing little things with my girls meaning being in little space with them. The more adult bits of mine and Daddy's relationship are kept completely away from them. Including calling him Daddy and him calling me princess, little one, etc etc. It just doesn't happen.) There's no reason the two can't mix.
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Although I don't have any children of my own, I helped raise my ex boyfriend's niece who was 2 years old at the time. It was actually a pretty neat experience being a little and taking care of an actual child. I was her favorite person because I would actually play with her, watch the cartoons she loved, and I understood her on a level that her family just didn't. She could tell that I was actually enjoying the things she liked rather than how her family would pretend to enjoy but were actually suffering through. 

 

I feel like being a little would make me a better mother if I have children one day because I understand how a child sees the world. I understand the clingyness, the tantrums, the quick mind changes, etc. When I've observed parents with their young children, I often get sad at how the react to their child and how they naturally act. Parents tend to view their children as tiny adults rather than a child who innocently sees the world and hasn't learned how to fully express their needs or wants. 

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I just am myself around them! And I call Daddy Daddy, because it's not abnormal when you have kids (before we started this, the kids would call him by his first name, like I did and he didn't like that)

Kids love nothing more than an adult playing with them and enjoying the things they do. I have 3 and we have a ton of fun.

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I also hope to be a mom someday. And I have realized that being a little is why I do so well with children. I can relate to them and understand things on their level. I think a lot of adults forget what it's like to be a child and have no interest in their interests.
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I'm a mum, almost 40, and I'm still a little. Don't neither worry age nor motherhood will take  your little state away from you. :) 

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I can't wait to be a mum someday, I'm still young though so lots of time but sometimes I worry about what it will be like and if i'll be able to give my whole life for a little person. But then I watch my favorite vloggers who have babies and it makes me want one so badly! I think when it comes the time i'll be able to be a little and still have my little person or people!

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Guest DominantBlogger

In general, there doesn't have to be a lot of difference.  Obviously, there are some things that change.  But I met my little as a single father.  Initially, she was very concerned about how she acted in front of the kids.  However, most of what will kind of freak you out has nothing to do with what is proper or not. 

 

Good luck!

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I enjoy being able to little out around my daughter even if its a light regression and i keep myself aware but she enjoys the coloring and games much more when i regress to kinda match her
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Guest CookieDoughDarling

It's not as complicated as some make it seem to be or think it may be.

Daddy simply has more children to care for and love. Littles and daddy can work together to create duty charts for baby. I think it's a great experience to share with one another.

As your children age, you pretty much have playmates. The bond becomes stronger as you find more and more activities to have fun with along with your children. I do act as a little around them most of the time, but of course, there are indeed times when I have to be an adult. 

*sigh* I miss them being little babies though and having them small enough to hold in my arms =p. Maybe I'll ask daddy to buy me a baby doll to fill the urge to make more =o.

 

I suppose it is also simple for me because I've been caring for children since I was very very young. 5 children to be specific. Let's just say their mother wasn't much of a mother. As a child I had more motherly instincts than that women ever could. I always knew I wanted to be a mommy.

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It is possible! XD I don't have kids of my own but CheshKitten is my irl bestie and her child is awesomesauce but we still get little time together too :3

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I have to say that having a child gives you more time to be in little space when they are younger. You can play with toys and do activities with them and if someone vanilla stops by then you don't have to worry about them giving you a strange look. Or hiding the toys or what not.

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Im a mommy ! And I LOVE being able to snuggle with him and drink juice out of cuppies and we NEVER argue about what we are watching on the tv because well that's easy !! We watch the same things ! Me being a little works so incredibly well with us ! I'm always playing with toys with him and blowing bubbles and playing the sand box and he loves when we go to a park and I'm sliding down the slides with him ! And no one looks at my funny when I'm out in public doing these things with him because I'm interacting with him ! It's a lovely feeling!!!
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You guys are doing absolutely nothing for my baby fever! Lol I really reeeeally want a little baby to take care of with my Daddy but I want to wait and get all wife'd up first :/
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Guest wet4Daddy
Daddy & I have 5 children between us (aged 4-10) we have talked about having a baby together, but part of me feels like I would be stupidly jealous of the baby for taking Daddy's attention from me. That said, I would LOVE to have a baby with Daddy just because I think it would complete our family <3
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Guest buddhagirl

Daddy and I have four children, ages 6-17. Having a family is fun and a lot of work. So much love! Being a mom is wonderful, and having a Daddy is the best! I'm pretty lucky.

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I have four kids.  4-18...the oldest is out of the house.  I suspect she is also a little.  I didn't actually know the term little or about DDlg until a year and a half ago.  I don't age play or role play or nothin'.  I'm just little and always have had that side to me.  I never thought to hide it from my kids.  The younger kids have fun with me when I'm in little space and the older kids just think mom is being immature again.  My oldest says it lets me be a friend and mom at the same time.  The only things I struggle with is not being strict enough sometimes and sometimes getting very overwhelmed when I'm in little space because I know I'm still responsible for everything and everyone (I don't have a Daddy). 

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I was actually speaking with a little last night, with a one month old. The baby is super fussy so she had to be an adult and mom until he fell asleep, but once he was out she went little very quickly. It seems to me that it's just a matter or balancing it with your other responsibilities.
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Hi I have three children, all between the ages of 1-6. It's difficult to get into little space when my 6 year old is around, but when it's just my 1&3 year old, its easy. I color with them, we play with toys together, we sing and dance, dress up, and everything. Beig in little space get me to play with my babies easier than I would if I was around other people. Does that make any sense?

 

The only problem I'm having is finding time for me and Daddy to spend time with me in Little Space. He works all day and I take care of the kids all day, so when he gets home he does his best to take care of me and play with me.

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Guest Padaddy

I'm so glad to see in not the only one out there that has children and keeps their lifestyle <3!

Having two sons and being divorced scares a lot of normal people away let alone littles.

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