Parenthood & BDSM, Part 10: Ten Songs Little-Parents Can Listen to with Their Kids

Good Morning Friends!

A very Happy Friday to you! How are you?! šŸ™‚ Do you have any fun plans for the weekend? As my vacation with Daddy wraps up, I am preparing (both mentally and physically) to shift back into my normal life and head home. But first, I wanted to pause here, and draw our focus to this final section in the “Parenthood & BDSM” module. I hope you all have enjoyed this blog post series. Let’s do a quick recap on what topics we discussed in this 10-part module:

  1. Part 1: Being a Little and a MomĀ 
  2. Part 2: What to do When Your Child Asks…Ā 
  3. Part 3: How a D/s Relationship Can Create a Healthy Home
  4. Part 4: 10 Ways That Being a Parent Sets You Apart From Other Doms/subs
  5. Part 5: How to Incorporate Cg/l into the Home
  6. Part 6: How Submission Makes Me a Better Mom
  7. Part 7: Fatherhood and Dominance, a Spotlight Interview with Daddy C.
  8. Part 8: Can Parents Be Kinky? A Spotlight Interview with Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Scott
  9. Part 9: When You Just Don’t Fit In With Vanilla Parents

Now, let’s turn our attention to today’s topic: music that you (as a Little) can listen to with your kids!

I’ll put it out there loud and proud: I’m a music junkie. From the time that I became pregnant with my daughter, I placed headphones blasting rock music on my growing belly. I have always used music as a form of expression. I’ve found a song for every emotion. So it was no surprise, really, that as my daughter grew up she became a music junkie too. Though if I’m keeping it real, us “older/seasoned folks” have better music than the artists today. (I’m sorry, my younger peeps! I’m just putting my opinion out there! ā¤ ). I come from the age of boy bands and grunge rock. I am on the border of Bon Jovi and big hair, and “let me show you the shape of my heart”. I come from a time when “Oops I did it again” was a regular phrase, complete with “dude” “tubular” (yes, like the ninja turtles), and “rock on!”…. a la Bevis and Butthead. Music will always be a part of my life.

As an adult little, there are songs I love to play to shift me into the headspace, but sometimes my daughter can’t listen to those songs. As a girl from Atlanta, I hail from the mecca of hip hop music. I love to bust out some tunes by T-pain and Ludacris. I can get down to Nikki Minaj and 3 6 Mafia. I also love to rock out to Green Day and Eve 6. I love Simple Plan and Linkin Park. (R.I.P. Chester Bennington). I love Nirvana and Metallica. My tastes span across most musical genres, and I have many songs that get me in a little head space to be silly, free, and light.

But listening to music around my child is a different story.

While I am feeling small, I also have my mommy hat on. I patrol the lyrics a bit more. I look at the theme of the song more closely. Anything too dark or depressing is out. Anything with profanity has to go. Anything with massive violence or overt sexuality gets tucked away for my ears only. I work hard to preserve her innocence as a child, to remain a child. I fill her ears with oldies. Every decade has clean music across genres if you search hard enough. So, today I chose 10 songs that kiddo and I love to rock out to, that secretly make me feel small. I hope you enjoy. šŸ˜‰ Now, let’s dive in:

“Little Bitty” By: Alan Jackson

“Pure Imagination” By: Barbra Streisand and Seth MacFarlandĀ 

“Good Time” By: Owl City and Carly Raw JepsenĀ 

“Budding Trees” By: Nahko and Medicine for the People

“Octopus’s Garden” By: The BeatlesĀ 

“Heaven is a Place on Earth” By: Belinda CarlisleĀ 

“Girls Just Want to Have Fun” By: Cyndi LauperĀ 

“Another Day is Done” By: Nick LacheyĀ 

“If We Hold On Together” By: Diana RossĀ 

“Brahm’s Lullaby” By: JewelĀ 

I hope these songs put you into a happy, little space. šŸ™‚ I hope you spend many hours dancing to these songs with your dom’s and your families. Have a wonderful weekend, my friends, and I will see you back here for the next topic!

Much love,

~Kitten/Punkin Xx

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