this one's sfw

Little me
  • carries my teddy everywhere
  • runs down the hallway
  • probably not wearing pants
  • talks faster
  • higher pitched voice, it just happens
  • is either really talkative or really shy
  • giggly
  • wants cuddles
  • and kisses
  • please play with my hair
  • will randomly put my teddy on my head
  • sleeps with my teddy
  • kicks my feet in the air
  • will blush if you call me cute
  • pokes my tongue out and says ‘blah’
  • kinda whiny tbh
  • wanting to colour in with you
  • and cuddle while we watch a movie
  • “iiiii love yew!’
  • loves to sit on your lap
  • being called your baby boy!!!
  • stickers!!
  • bubbles!!
  • holding hands!! ah!
  • *poke*
  • scrunches up my nose when I smile
Sometimes being a Mommy/Daddy is...

Having them crying on the floor because they are tired.

Having them crying because their favorite stuffie got a stain.

Having them throw tantrums because they cant have a paci all the time.

Having to tell them to brush their teeth after eating a lot of candy.

Putting them in time out because they couldnt behave.

Carrying a 100+ lb adult because they were too sleepy to walk.

Using your stern voice in public because they want to act out.

Helping them get dressed because they’re too little to.

Soothing them when something falls or a balloon pops because loud noises scare them.

Being a big isnt always just telling them what to do, having your way, and being in charge. Please remember that littles shouldn’t have to feel bad about being little.

  • Daddy: I love you
  • Me: I love you too
  • Daddy: Who do you love?
  • Me: You?
  • Daddy: No, what's my name?
  • Me: D-Daddy?
  • Daddy: Good, now say it in a full sentence.
  • Me: I love you daddy
  • Daddy: I love you too little girl
  • Me: *S C R E A M S*

Reasons Why I Might Be Throwing a Tantrum

  • I didn’t get enough sleep
  • I don’t feel good
  • I didn’t have a snack
  • I can’t find my paci
  • I can’t find my stuffie
  • My stuffie has a stain on it
  • I can’t find a certain piece of clothing
  • The certain piece of clothing has a stain
  • I can’t bring my stuffie to a certain place
  • I don’t want to do the thing
  • I can’t find something to watch
  • I’m too tired to do something I want
  • I messed up my drawing
  • I messed up my coloring
  • I messed up talking
  • I can’t find something I want to eat
  • I can’t eat the thing I want to eat
  • I can’t seem to get enough attention
  • I can’t hold/pet the animals I would like to
  • I got yelled at by somebody
  • I don’t want to go to bed
  • I’m too tired to brush my teeth
  • The texture of something bothers me
  • I’m afraid to do something
  • I want to do something but can’t
  • I don’t have enough options
  • I have too many options
  • Rules aren’t being enforced
  • Rules are being enforced
  • I can’t be little somewhere
  • I haven’t been little for a while
  • I don’t feel like somebody is listening
  • I am too big/small for something
  • Something I liked broke
  • I have obligations/responsiblities
  • I have no schedule



  • Yeah… There’s a lot of reasons. Sorry. Good luck.
Help me feel little

Sometimes, even when I really wanna be little, I struggle to get into that head space. So I made a list of things that help me feel little, as a reference for caregivers.

- Tie my shoes for me

- Tell me I’m too little to do things

-  Put my paci in my mouth

- Use my little plates and silverware for meals and snacks

- Cut up bigger foods for me

- Order for me at restaurants

- Use my sippy cup for drinks

- Pick out my clothes for me

- Hold my hand when we’re out so I don’t get lost

- Bring me my blankie and teddy if I’m sad or sleepy

- Be silly with me in public when I’m feeling self conscious

- Play with me

- Read me story books

- Pick me up

- Tuck me in

- Push me on the swings

- Wait for me at the bottom of the slide

- Anything that can be more childish, get it for me (toothbrush, silverware, plates and bowls, bandaids, etc)

- Help me change out of my big person clothes and into my onesie