As I wandered around my local beach today, I pondered what to write in this post. Do I say things that I normally baby babble about? Do I give you a heaping dose of my favorite Southern sayings? Or do I mesh together a collection of my favorite phrases that I’ve heard throughout my life? I decided to do all three. 🙂 That said, let’s dive in.
I. Things I Say in Little Space:
When it comes to being a Little, I can be a bit shy. Only once have I experienced having a babysitter-caregiver, and I didn’t mind it. Our hour-long phone call was fun, exciting, and new for us both. The dominant enjoyed actually hearing me in little space, and once I got past blushing bunches, I enjoyed it too. I have two types of little space that I slip into: there’s “little me” and “kitten me”. Little me is playful, silly, and loves dry humor. I also love to sing, dance, and daydream. I babble in a sing-song tone as I ponder aloud all kinds of thoughts. I wear clothing that makes me feel small and happy. My voice becomes softer, joyful, and more youthful sounding. (I hope I’m making sense! >.<).
Kitten me is slightly different. When I’m engaged in pet play, I become almost non-verbal. Instead, I’m very quiet and love to burrow in blankets and pillows. I’m a very touchy-feely person by nature, so I love my hair being stroked, my back being rubbed, and to snuggle up… like a cat! 🙂 In my mind’s eye, I envision myself as a kitten, playful and innocent. I play fetch if I want to, or I eat goldfish snackies, and watch the clouds roll by. Kitten me is such a wonderful side of myself because I can be still, quiet, and calm.
Some of my favorite phrases to use in Little Space include:
- Uppies! (complete with grabby hands) = pick me up!
- Na Na Naaaa! = Pay attention to me!
- Snackie = snacks
- Hungies = I’m hungry
- Tank chu= Thank you
- Meow, meow, meow (softly)= I’m thinking about something….
- Chan-chan= Tummy
- Boo boo = an injury
- Mutsy = My favorite plushie dog that I sleep with
- Blankie = my baby blanket that I sleep with under my head 🙂
- Sippies = Sippy cup
- Baba = My baby bottle
- Mainit = Very hot
- Malamig = Too cold!
- Seepies = I’m sleepy
- Busog = I’m full!
I would encourage you, my fellow Littles, to sit down and write out your own list of your favorite Little phrases, and give the list to your dominant. It will help them greatly when you slip into little space and are babbling a mile a minute! 😉
II. Big Me! (And phrases that I absolutely adore):
One of my favorite phrases that I’ve told friends both in the lifestyle and out is: don’t stick your dick in crazy. 😀 It’s one of my favorite sayings that still holds true. If you even have an inkling that your partner is “off the rails” in any way…. don’t fuck them! No, seriously. Keep your pants on, my friend, because sex only complicates things (especially if you’re dealing with someone who’s loco!). Another phrase that I heard once is: I’m happier than a pig in shit. A guy from Alabama told me that once, and I swear I didn’t breathe for a solid 3 minutes because I was laughing so hard! Us, Southerners, have a saying for everything, I swear! But I digress.
Getting back to Cg/l phrases that I have told others, had told to me, or that I’ve heard out and about include:
- Every Little is valid. Be your most authentic self.
- It’s okay to be a Little and not be sexual.
- It’s okay to be a Little and not have a dominant.
- Curvy littles need love too.
- Always, always, always get someones consent before you dominate them.
- D/s is not about sex or a kink, it’s a lifestyle choice.
- No means no!
- Most people think that the dominant holds all of the power. But the real secret is that the dominant knows how to lead their sub well enough to make them want to stay.
- Being vulnerable actually shows that you have inner strength.
- Asking for permission is one of the most respectful things you can say to a dominant.
So, that’s it from me my dear friends! I hope you enjoyed this list! ❤ There are more baby/Little words in a large list in my book, “Big Me, Little Me: A Survival Guide For Littles, By Littles” that include a broad range of words taken by a sample of Littles. But if you’re ever in doubt of what your Little is trying to say, just ask! We will happily slow down our babbling to make sure you understand. 🙂
I hope you all enjoyed this post. Stay tuned for the next topic. Have a wonderful weekend, and I will see you back here tonight!