Perhaps I'm alone in this, but one thing I've noticed is that my little side experiences emotions in a very different way to how I do as an adult. In my adult life, most of my emotions are quite complex and deep-seated, but they also feel quite measured and I'm generally able to appear level-headed, even if I'm especially excited or even upset about something.
However, as a little, I have absolutely no Poker Face. As Mama Snaps can attest to, if I'm tired or worried in little mode, I appear exactly that, and have no instinct or even ability to hide the emotion. It's the same if I'm excited or happy. My little's emotions also seem to be bold and simple - I'm gloriously happy because I have my Baby Stella with me, or I'm extremely sad because I'm struggling to clip the poppers on my onesie together.
Can anyone else relate to this? I know obviously we think and feel different things in Little headspace to during our adult time, but I'd say my cognitive process and reactions are way different when I'm regressed, up to the point where I feel like I'm operating a completely different brain to the one I have most of the time!