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    Default What does it feel like to be Little?

    I'm an AB, not a Little so I was wondering, what does it feel like to be Little? As an AB, I regress to infantsy, perhaps around 6 months old. I would describe the head-space when I'm regressed as being needy (cuddles, etc.). As long as I'm content, my mind is at ease and there are no extraneous thoughts. I become extremely oral and get frustrated if my bottle or a baby spoon is not in my mouth. I whimper when I'm frustrated. (I think I know why babies cry, they're frustrated.) I'm soothed by the sound of a baby rattle and I will shake it to relax myself. I move somewhat erratically, the way a baby kicks its legs.

    How about you?
    What does it feel like to be Little?

    (please leave out the sexual parts)
    Last edited by tickles51; 24-Mar-2017 at 23:14.

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    To me, it feels like I'm physically the age I'm am, and I tend to act accordingly, I kind went into little space at my nanas when I was trying on clothes and I just managed to stop myself from stripping myself S if I was expecting my nana to dress me or something, that was so awkward! Now I know my littl side is ligit!

    But seriously I tend to be more happier in little space and more calm and need more cuddles and attention and entertaining so I go entertain myself or go talk to somebody to get rid of the loniless feelings as an adult.

    I tend to regress more when I go to bed when I padded up, go my paci in and with my favourite teddy bear and I imagine I'm in a crib as I drift off to sleep.

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    To put it this way, I think being little is part of somebodys personality to a point which of course has to be repressed, but on the other hand, adult babies I think end up being little only sometimes and most of the time think like an adult, I personally think little are more likely to get a full wardrobe of adult baby clothes, including adult sized regular clothes that make them feel like a little girl/boy, hvae pacidiers, wear 24/7 and have their room as a little room at least with loads of toys, kiddy posters and bed sheets and go about daily life with bottles and kids plates when they can at home, but at the same time they go to work , think adult for a few hours and when they get home they regress once everything's been done in moderation, that's my take on it anyway.

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    Ps, I can't speak for every little or ab out there, that's just what I feel

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    As an adult, I deal with a lot of stress and I struggle with depression and being anxious so that's always affecting me. When I'm in little space that tends to go away. I'm happier, calmer. I laugh easier, I don't censor myself as much so I'm more affectionate, sillier. I'm more open. It's very freeing for me. I'm always pretty needy, but I'm not scared to express it when I'm in that headspace. I also tend to be more into my childlike/babyish interests than I am in my adult headspace.

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    For me, I just feel more like myself when I'm regressed. And like others have said, I tend to be there more than the adult reality. There's nothing really sexual in it, I actually want to be a little girl, to think, act, play & if I could, to physically be a little girl (damn that last one, I know it will never happen). Humiliation & forced behaviour do absolutely nothing for me. My regressed age is also older than most at around 8-11. What I like best is cuddling up to my fave teddy & watch TV under my butterfly quilt. I wish the feeling would never end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Note View Post
    In a word, it sucks.
    Note, what do you mean by 'it sucks'. Don't you like it when your in Little space? Most people describe Little space as being a relaxed mental state. It's a stress relief for most. Do you think it interferes with your adult responsibilities? Or do you mean 'suck' as in pacifier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tickles51 View Post
    Note, what do you mean by 'it sucks'. Don't you like it when your in Little space? Most people describe Little space as being a relaxed mental state. It's a stress relief for most. Do you think it interferes with your adult responsibilities? Or do you mean 'suck' as in pacifier?
    Yes, I too am curious about this. Unless Note is making a pun (which doesn't appear​ to be the case), I am left wondering why, if being Little feels so bad, would one be a Little at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerry View Post
    Yes, I too am curious about this. Unless Note is making a pun (which doesn't appear​ to be the case), I am left wondering why, if being Little feels so bad, would one be a Little at all?
    Well, for me personally, as an AB, not a little, there are times when I might feel particularly small and needy, and without someone there to comfort me, it's not that rosy of a situation. So perhaps Note experiences something along those lines.

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    I wouldn't say it sucks, unless there's a negative emotion being felt while regressed. If that be the case, though, that part surely can. I'd say it floats. There's a bit of, "If they only knew. Gosh, sometimes I'm good at this adulting stuff, but sometimes, I'm so not," when I'm adulting. There aren't any sexy parts for me. I adult for that, or little me isn't safe. Right now I'm wearing my 1-piece minions PJs and a minions sweatshirt, both off the rack, from a regular store. I'm not doing anything wrong in wearing this, so, I'm not hiding it. I'd wear the sweatshirt in public, with a pair of jeans. Why not? It came off the rack. Please, don't take this to mean I get super far down in public. Barring a visit to a candy factory, huge toy store, or Crayola factory, I'm good. I think. I hope. Maybe. I'd just have to consciously put the brakes on.

    It floats is the only words I have. Oh, no, wait! I think I have something that fits! Yay! It's like there's a bit of every age in me, all sewn together like a patchwork quilt, and together, all those patches make me. That makes sense, too, because, I hate being pigeonholed into an age!

    I do know a bit about child development, so, I used to give a range, and I still feel it's pretty accurate, most of the time, but sometimes, it's too, I dunno. There are certainly times I definitely feel. . . Wow, the words left.

    They came back, or got replaced by better ones. Don't you love how that works?

    I've always said this. Emotionally and socially, very young, and cognitively, absolutely ridiculously picky. I can watch Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, and be thinking, "Gosh, this is stupid! Yes, we know it's a cylinder! Glad to see CCSS has crept into preschool," but Miles and Doc are my friends, and Mickey and the Roadster racers isn't terrible. There're a few things on Baby1st TV that check my boxes, but I also like science court, and Schoolhouse Rock.

    Anything stop motion, puppetry, or costumed character, captivating, just wonderfully captivating! I'm there! Instant Littlespace teleportation device!

    I too get very oral, if I get down far enough. No matter how far down, I start wondering everything.

    "Bubba, whewe's Timbuktu?"

    "Bubba, how oo say mowe ven one pla'pus? How 'bout ocapus? Hippupamus?"

    How I sound when I'm curious changes depending on how far down I get.

    Oh, my gosh! Piggytails become awesome, if I'm regressed enough.

    Anything pink, sparkly, or girly, no matter how far down.

    There was one particular time I remember being so far down and emotional, that, I kid you not, spelling got hard. I was reduced to emojis and stickers!
    Last edited by SpAzpieSweeTot; 26-Mar-2017 at 04:26.

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