30 Days of Little Space, Day 7: Show Off Your Favorite Toy


Good Morning Friends!

I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. Around here, the Captain and I have been hard at work getting the next book ready for publishing. We are just putting on the finishing touches to the activity workbook, so stay tuned for that big reveal within the next few days!

Today I’d like to discuss toys, and learning while in Little Space. When I first entered the lifestyle I saw many adult babies with full nurseries that streamed on YouTube. I had it in my mind that if I didn’t have a room full of toys to play with, then there must be something wrong with me. As I moved through my journey as an adult little, I learned that I don’t really gravitate towards toys. Instead, I love books! Today I have a beautiful collection of picture books that I enjoy deeply, and two single plushies. That’s it! But it makes me happy. I encourage you to discover what type of play items you want in your space. Never be afraid to modify your environment so that your little side thrives. Make it your own. You are no less of a little whether you have a mountain of toys, or none at all! It all begins with the feeling in your heart. ❤

That said, let’s look at a few different types of toys for little space. Think about if any of these resonate with you:


Digital Toys (aka Video Games and TV Shows): 

  • Mostly popular video games
  • Favorite shows on TV or streamed
  • Mobile phone games and chatting apps


Nature-themed Toys: 

  • Potted plants
  • A butterfly garden
  • A terrarium
  • An herb garden
  • Painted faerie houses


Musical Toys: 

  • Musical instruments
  • A mini jukebox
  • Bongo drums
  • Toys that make musical sounds or sing


A Personal Library: 

  • Picture books
  • Books of all kinds, anything that resonates a happy feeling inside of you
  • Plushy pillows or a comfortable spot to read


Plushies and Traditional Toys: 

  • Stuffed animals
  • Dolls and Dollhouses
  • Figurines
  • Puzzles
  • Race cars


Kawaii Toys: 

  • Toys and items in pastel colors
  • Japanese-influenced items
  • Electric, bright colors
  • Toys from anime or manga series


Nerdy Pop Culture Toys: 

  • Toys from popular pop culture
  • Figurines from TV shows or video games
  • Toy accessories from nerdy shows (Star Wars, Star Trek, LOTR, etc.)


Which one resonated with you?

Alright my friends, that’s it from me for this post. I hope you all enjoyed it. If you did, hit that like button and let me know. Smash that follow button if you’re new around here. And I will see you back here for the next topic!

Much love,

~Kitten xx

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