Daddy Tip #3
As an experienced daddy dom I’ve had the chance to get close to quite a few littles, and unfortunately have heard a lot of examples of ways they should NOT have ever been treated from past daddies.
The Dd/lg bond is a very special one that needs to be handled differently than most relationships. Many littles are quite sensitive and the small things you do (or don’t do) can have a very big impact on their feelings. The best daddies will do everything they can to lift their littles up wherever they can (and I don’t just mean physically!) so I wanted to put this out there and share my experiences with others.
In this series I cover many tips I think that every daddy should know, and it’d also be great if other daddies could share theirs with me as well. Some of the things I share might seem obvious, but this is only a sign that you’re likely already a pretty good daddy yourself.
Littles are also encouraged to share these tips with their daddies or simply reblog them to spread more awareness, hopefully resulting in more happy littles and couples!
Finally, regardless of the pronouns and titles I use, most of these tips will apply to all Cg/L relationships.
So without further ado, here’s tip #3:
Daddy Tip #3: Don’t Be Too Serious
Being a dom doesn’t mean you need to be serious or stern all the time. In fact, taking this too far can have the opposite effect, making your little feel like you don’t understand them or their needs.
Remember how big of a factor age regression is for littles. If you aren’t willing to get a little silly, a little fun and even in some cases a little bit childish yourself, it’s harder to connect with that side of them they value so much.
I do believe there is such a thing as “Daddy space” where this becomes easier and more natural, but you have to allow yourself to get into it. And it starts by putting your ego to the side.
Yes, I’ve at times felt silly using baby talk when feeding my little, paranoid I’d pocket dial someone and they’d hear me.
Yes, I’ve felt sensitive and soft and emotional when singing Disney songs to my little as she’d fall asleep.
Yes, I had to straight up act many times when I was starting out because Daddying felt a little awkward and didn’t come naturally at first.
But true Daddying feels good, and like it does for your little, it helps you escape the stresses and dramas of life. You just have to allow yourself to get into this mindset.
This is about you and your little. Fuck what anyone else may think about the way you’re acting (they’re likely never going to find out anyway.) If it makes your little happy (and it likely will) that should be all that matters. Keep that in mind, and everything will become easier for you.