Parenthood & BDSM: 10 Ways That Being a Parent Sets You Apart From Other Doms/Subs [Part 4 of 10]

** Note: This post is meant to be funny and humorous. πŸ˜‰ So sit back, smirk, and enjoy!**

Hi Friends!

Today we are entering this post with a sense of humor and a grain of salt. There are some days, like today, where I feel anything but Little. Then there are other days when I’m twirling around in my onesies and pink Adidas shoes feeling happy and small. That’s just the way of life. It’s a fluid, ever-changing journey. All we can do is go along for the ride and surround ourselves with lots of love, support, warmth, and people who understand us. That said, sometimes I will be reading posts on social media and I think, “Okay, clearly this person does not have children”. No offense to the person, of course. But as a parent, there are just some things that sets me apart from other subs who are single. Now let’s dive in and take a closer look together.

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  1. I can’t walk around the house naked. When I first brought home my daughter from the hospital nobody told me that I would never be able to go to the bathroom solo ever again. Even at age 11, my kiddo still will shout right outside the door, “MOM! I HAVE A QUESTION!!”. So, yeah. Walking around the house in nothing but a collar? I don’t think so. (lol).
  2. I can’t be excessively loud in my bedroom. Other posts that I’ve read have said things like, “and we screamed all night, waking up the neighbors as he flogged me until I was red”. Okay…. that’s awesome. Do you, boo. But as a parent, if I’m “too loud” that means waking up my kiddo, who will then be an absolute grouch in the morning. I’ll pass, thanks. πŸ˜‰
  3. I really don’t want to wear diapers after changing diapers for years. Of course I support and proudly cheer on all the beautiful adult babies out there! ❀ But for me, I just don’t want to have to deal with diapers after changing my child’s for years. The day she became potty trained, I swear the heavens opened up and I heard angels sing lol.
  4. There are no late night fuck fests over here. In fact, I’m in bed by 10 p.m. at the latest (lol). After having kids, taking care of the house, and all of my other adult responsibilities…. I’m exhausted at the end of the day. πŸ™‚ So “fun time” has to be squeezed in. We’re like the Pink Panther sneaking off for a few minutes of play.
  5. I’m not cock hungry, nor will you see me say as much on social media. Look, I have a high libido. I love sex. I crave being dominated and yearn for all sorts of kinky stuff. But are you going to see me say explicit things over my social media accounts? Uh, no. I am so often in “mommy mode” that it doesn’t pass through my brain to act like that, much less over social media.
  6. My submission is rooted domestic service. Playing on the floor with toys is awesome. Coloring is very fun. But as a parent, I have to find ways to weave “little me” and “big me” together, and that comes in the form of domestic service. I love to cook, and I’m really good at it. I love keeping a very tidy home. And it is through doing these tasks to uplift my family, that I demonstrate my submission (discreetly) too.
  7. I have the BEST excuse when people look into my shopping cart and see a ton of kids food products. Ha! Score one for all the parents out there. How many times has a cashier or customer looked at your basket full of goldfish, alphabet soup, etc. and you smiled and gestured to your child? Yup, I have! Suuuuure, it’s for my kiddo… uh huh…. *winks* πŸ˜‰
  8. We make the best buddies for our kids. I truly believe that because I’m a Little, it makes me a better mom. I can rock out to Disney tunes. (Although these days kiddo is very much into Pokemon, so I’m learning all about that). We have dance parties across the floor in our rainbow socks and I’m quick to say, “let’s go out!” and do stuff with her, because it’s an adventure for me too.
  9. My dominant isn’t the center of my world…. my child is. I love my husband dearly. But if someone were to ask me if my Daddy is the center of my world, I would have to be honest and say, “No, he isn’t”. Is he a major piece of my life? Absolutely. Do I love him unconditionally? Yes! Am I happily married? Yes. But, at the end of the day, I’m a mother first, and always. Kiddo is the center of my universe. I am soaking up every day with her as she grows. Above being a Little, wife, friend, daughter, or any other part of me…. I love being a mom. πŸ™‚ She truly is my greatest blessing. ❀
  10. Β We are masters at multi-tasking. Now, I can’t speak on behalf of the single peeps, but as a mother, wife, and submissive…. I have become REALLY good at doing so many things at once. I have been known to be cooking, doing the dishes, all while chatting on the phone, and pushing a chapter book into my kiddo’s hands. Yeah, it comes in handy when you’re in a D/s relationship too. We learn to work together really well. We sync up schedules, communicate a ton, and make it all flow together seamlessly because, us parents, are multi-taskers at heart. πŸ˜‰

I hope you all enjoyed this post! If you did, smash that like button and let me know! That’s it from me for this post, but stay tuned for the next installment of “Peaches & Pineapples” and I will see you all back here then!

Have a wonderful 4th of July, and weekend my friends!

Much love,

~Kitten xx

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