Okay so here's the thing... I've been dating this wonderful girl for a while now, and we've known each other for a number of years, but not too long ago I finally told her about my AB side (when I finally came to terms with it myself) and while she didn't uderstand it, she began to understand when I regressed.
Well, recently (like within the last month) we've found she's a five year old Little. At first she only regressed once in a while, but lately, she seems to be doing it pretty much every day.
Now don't get me wrong, I find it wonderful that she's expressing that side of herself, and the last thing I'd want is to put her off regression, but here's the thing... When she's a Little, she always wants her big brother (basically me, but it's a little more complicated than that) and, well, two things, really...
1) If she's a Little every day, when do I get to be an AB, and when do I get to just spend time with my girlfriend?
2) If we're physically apart (we currently live in different countries) what sort of things can we do while she's regressed?
1: As I said, I have no problem with her regressing. I think it's good she's getting the stress out, and I'm more than happy to encourage her to be herself. But even my caretakerness has its limit, and sometimes I want to regress myself (double regression doesn't work well with us, due to our age difference - as said, she's 5, and I'm 1-3 - and then there's the fact she gets moody if she doesn't have her big brother) while other times I just want my girlfriend. How do I break this to her gently, without her misunderstanding me, and feeling like her Little self is a burden? (She's really sensitive, and if she misunderstands, she may withdraw and not want to regress, which is the last thing I want)
2: This ones a little easier. Basically, we color, and I read her stories, but i don't know what else we can do. (We watch movies while we're big so idk how that'd work while we're both regressed - we can get pretty whiny if we want different things) If you can give me ideas, I'd appreciate it.
If you can help, I'd really appreciate it. (and sorry if I don't make sense, I've been unwell lately, and that really messes with my head)