How to Guide Your Little into Little Space!
Enjoy this step by step guide on how to make your little one fall into little space!
Since consent is everything, talk to them the night before and see what their boundaries are, then respect those boundaries the next morning. Making your little nervous or afraid of what’s going to happen will absolutely prevent them from dropping into little space, so it is very important to listen to them and respect their needs and boundaries.
When you’ve come to an agreement for what you’re going to do tomorrow, diaper them up, then snuggle with them as you both fall asleep.
1. In the morning, wake them up with cuddles and kisses. Congratulate them for not wetting the bed last night, and tell them you’re so proud of them. Pat their diaper a few times to check if they’re in dire need of a change, because we all know that littles can’t hold their tinkles at night; that’s why you make them wear thick diapers to bed!
2. Guide them to the bathroom and undress them, because sometimes littles have trouble doing that by themselves. Fill the bathtub up with warm water, and ask that if they promise to be a good little and if they don’t make any splashies during bath time, you’ll make their favorite breakfast for them! You’ll see their eyes light up with joy and excitement, and they’ll promise over and over that they’ll be the best little ever!
Take your time washing your little. Use baby shampoo and nice-smelling body wash to help guide them into little space. You don’t want to push them right into it, you have to guide them there little by little. Having them wake up in a wet diaper is key to this.
3. As you dry your little off with a pink fluffy towel, stick a baby diaper between their legs to catch their little tinkles (Luvs have that super babyish smell, so you should use those!) and tell them to stand there while you fetch their diapers for them. Don’t say that you’re getting a diaper for them, say that you’re getting their diapers. This reinforces the fact that your little owns diapers, and that they need them. Take them by the hand and lead them back to the bed, where you’ve laid out a changing pad and their favorite diaper. Remind them that they need diapers just in case because they’ve had accidents in the past.
Gently guide your little onto the changing pad and diaper them up, taking time to sprinkle their naughty parts with baby powder, then apply baby lotion to their tummy and upper legs. The strong scent of the lotion will awaken memories tucked away decades ago from when they were a toddler. To heighten this effect, rub baby powder in their onesie and shake it to get the extra powder out. These two strong scents will completely relax your little and make them slip into little space, whether they know it or not.
4. Dress them up in their favorite onesie. Littles have difficulty putting on their clothes, so you must do it for them. Tug some cute socksies up their legs, then stick a pacifier in between their lips. If they protest, give them the Daddy or Mommy stare until they simmer down, then smile and tousle their hair when they start suckling on it. Take them by the hand or scoop them up into your arms and carry them into the living room, where you set up a little playpen the night before after you put your little to bed. Place them inside of it, then turn on some cartoons for them. Fill up a couple of sippy cups for them and place them inside the playpen, then tell them that they must be a good little girl/good little boy and wet their diaper for you by the time that you finish making breakfast.
Cartoons and sippy cups are notorious for dropping littles deep into little space, so take your time making breakfast.
5. When breakfast is ready, scoop them up in your arms and carry them over to the kitchen table, where you have a booster seat for them. You can buy a smaller chair that sits lower than your normal ones to put a booster seat onto, and from here on out, that seat will always be your little’s seat; they’re not old enough for adult seats, after all! Take out their pacifier and set it on the table, then tie a baby bib around their neck. (Littleforbig makes some cute ones!)
Fill up their sippy cup again with their favorite juice as the cartoons play in the background, and feed them their breakfast from their plate. Littles can’t be trusted with adult plates and cutlery, so you should have gone out the night before and replaced their dishes with children’s dishes. Adult dishes don’t come in cute colors and they don’t have pictures on them, either, so make sure that you have at least a few of them for meals throughout the day. Cut their food up into tiny little pieces for them, and use their plastic fork to feed them, smiling all the while as you tell them how cute they are.
6. When breakfast is done, tell your little to finish their sippy cup while you clean up, then they can have another half hour or an hour of cartoons for being a good little. Shower them with love and affection, and tell them they did a great job for not making a big mess like last time. Once you are done cleaning up, have them stand up so you can check their diaper. Pull the back of their diaper away and check to see if they made any stinkies for you, then run a finger past the leg gathers and into the crotch of their diaper to see if they need to be changed. Lovingly pat their diapered rear, then guide them back to the living room.
If they haven’t made stinkies for you, push a suppository into their butt and tell them that it is important and healthy for them to make stinkies. If they protest, stick their pacifier back in between their lips, then wrap your arms around them and tell them it’s okay to go poo poo in their diapers because that’s what they’re for, and because littles like them need their diapers for little accidents. Make sure they feel loved and that they’re in a judgement-free area, and they’ll melt in your embrace.
7. If you have to go run some errands, you can dress your little up in some cute overalls over their onesie. Tell them that they’re coming with you because you wouldn’t be a responsible Daddy/Mommy if you left your little one at home all alone. Have them suckle on their pacifier as you pack their diaper bag full of diapers, baby powder, baby wipes, and a few sippy cups of their favorite juice, and make sure you do that in front of them.
Make sure that your little’s outfit is public appropriate. There are some onesies made by Littleforbig that look like adult clothes, but still have that babyish element that’ll drop them into little space. Make sure that they feel like their outfit is decent to wear in public, but it still has to have some babyish elements to it.
By now, the suppository would be making them feel like they need to go poo poo, but since you’re in a rush, you don’t have time to wait for them to mess and then change them, so you guide them out to the car and buckle them in the backseat, constantly assuring them that their diaper will protect them.
8. When you run your errands, make sure to always hold their hand and never let go of it. Holding their hand makes them feel safe, cute, loved, and above all, little. At this point, they have no choice but to mess themselves, and since they might try to hide it from you, you should check their diaper every twenty minutes. Diaper checks always makes a little feel littler! You can tell when your little needs to make messes just by how their grip on your hand changes, so pay attention to their body language.
9. When you smell that they made a stinky, pointedly ask them if they had an accident. If they respond with, “Yes, Daddy,” or “Yes, Mommy,” smile at them and reassure them that everything is okay and that you’ll take care of them. Hug them and hold them close, then place your hand on the seat of their diaper and apply a little bit of pressure to see if they truly had an accident. That’ll make them blush a ton and drop them deeper into little space. If anybody asks what that stinky smell is, tell them that you stepped in dog poop in the parking lot, and they’ll leave it at that. At the very least, it’ll make your little giggle at you!
When appropriate, stick their pacifier back in between their lips and guide them to the backseat of the car. Lay out the changing mat and take care of their needs with as much love as you can provide, constantly telling them that they were a good little for telling you that they had an accident. Promise to reward them with cookies and chocolate milk when you get home as a treat for messing their diaper in public as you tape on a fresh diaper, and as you put their outfit back in place, give them a sippy cup to help them keep tinkling in their diapers; it should be damp by the time you get home.
10. When you get home, hug them again and kiss them on the cheek for being such an amazing little. Tell them how proud you are of them, and that they deserve all the cookies a little can eat! Help your little eat their cookies, put their chocolate milk in a sippy cup for them, then carry them to the couch, where you have cute baby-styled blankets, pillows, and stuffed animals for them. Tuck them in, and tell them that it’s nap time! Place their pacifier in between their lips and turn their favorite cartoon on, but on a very low volume. Close the blinds and turn off all the lights in the room to make it as dark as you can, then go do adult stuff as your little drifts off to their cute wonderland of dreams.
When they wake up from their cute wittle nap, they may or may not still be in little space. Slowly guide them out of it if they are, and ask what they liked most about the experience and what they didn’t like so that you can be better for them in the future. Have a long and open discussion, take what they say to heart, and respect their boundaries in the future. Guiding your little into little space is a wonderful thing for them, so you must always push yourself to be the best Mommy or Daddy that you can be! <3