Day 29 of “Diving into Disney”: Baymax

Good Morning Friends! 

As we begin a new week I’d like to ask you one simple question: “Are you satisfied with your care?”. In the world of D/s, “care” is demonstrated in many ways. The dominant and submissive nurture each other from a place of passion, want, desire, and fulfillment. There is an undying loyalty to their bond that supersedes everything. In a healthy relationship the answer to the question above is simple. In more complicated situations the answer can get muddled. In today’s post we are going to examine selflessness and how Baymax’s question, (“Are you satisfied with your care?”) can really resonate with us all. Are you ready? Then, let’s dive in. 

I. Baymax:  

Selflessness: concern more with the needs and wishes of others than with one’s own.

Merriam Webster Dictionary

We all come into the BDSM lifestyle with our own experiences. We come into these relationships with personal baggage, scars, voids, needs, wants, desires, fantasies, curiosities, and we seek to find a mate who can enrich and fulfill those parts of ourselves. So, too, does Hiro Hamada come to seek out Baymax as more than just a personal health robot as he gets to know him. They become friends and family. Baymax continues to demonstrate unconditional love towards Hiro despite the most tragic circumstances. When Hiro’s brother Tadashi is killed in an explosion, Baymax gently nurture’s the boys heart away from anger, hate, and rage to a place of peace, love, and understanding. Baymax doesn’t allow himself to get sucked into the negative emotions of the surrounding situation. Instead, he approaches each decision from a place of selflessness. He warms the team when they are all cold, wet, and exhausted. He trusts Hiro and wanders around the streets of the city to try and locate Hiro’s microbots. And finally, he puts himself in grave danger entering the collapsing portal to save Professor Callaghan’s daughter. It is Baymax’s selflessness and unconditional love that makes him an excellent role model for Littles.

II. Disney Bounding Outfit:

III. Little Space Activity: Make a Baymax Mug!

With nothing more than a plain, white mug and some permanent markers, you can create this adorable Baymax mug to smile at every time you sip your favorite beverage! 🙂

IV. Personal Development Lesson:

“Are you satisfied with your care?”. Those words resonate with me deeply. At times I’ve felt extremely satisfied with the care in my D/s relationship. Other times I’ve felt like I was free falling. Perhaps the beauty of Baymax is that he is always there with unyielding strength, support, and love? The reality is that real D/s relationships take a tremendous amount of work. They are deeply fulfilling and rewarding if cultivated with the right person. (And yes, they are satisfying too 😉 ). As a dominant or submissive, there are many ways to demonstrate selflessness in your relationship. You can help your partner out by getting some chores done around the house. You can arrange a special play session to enjoy together. You can read a story book to your Little One after a very, long day. You can sit with your partner and let them gush and whine about their troubles. These are all actions of selflessness. Giving of yourself without seeking anything in return is a wonderful way to demonstrate your love and devotion to the relationship.

Alright my friends, that’s it from me for today’s 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!

Don’t forget to come chat with me and all of my Little and Dominant friends at: The Berry Patch Tonight we will be watching “Moana” from 5-7 pm PST. I hope you will join us!!

I can’t wait to chat with all of you!!

Much love,

~Penny xx

2 comments

    1. Awww! Thank you, Marly!! ❤ 😀 I'm so glad you tuned in too! You bring so much life, joy, and fun to the server. I feel truly blessed to talk to each day on there. I hope you have a beautiful day today! xx

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