Daddy Dayman's little girl.
Half of Don't Say Stage Freeze, our story blog.
Twenty-two going on five (or four, or three...) who is lucky enough to have a sweet, goofy, affectionate, and getting-stricter (eek!) Daddy. We are both pretty new to age playing and the ABDL world (although it's been rumbling around in my head for longer than I care to admit), but we are exploring and experimenting and clumsily figuring it out as we go. That's us up on the top of this page, by the way!
My favorite flowers are sunflowers, my favorite time of day is evening, my favorite show is "It's Always Sunny," my favorite person is my Daddy, and my favorite feeling is happy. Cheers!
Nope…get back here!
See this? She’s leaving and he’s saying, nope. See her smile? She likes it. The D/s aspect with this one is worth pursuing further (carefully).
I really love this.
I love this a lot.
Because sometimes I leave just because it want you to make me stay.
Still dry! It’s hard to fill a nappy when daddy isn’t here to make sure I drink enough water. 😔❤️🎀
That is a interesting point you bring up and I am glad your Daddy reminds you to make sure you drink plenty. It reminds me when I first met my baby girl she was not drinking nearly enough and she was frequently dehydrated. Actually most the baby girls I have taken care of in the past also did not drink nearly enough that they should either, and some of them were dehydrated too. From my experience personally with the little ones I took care of that were not drinking much, they also had accidents sometimes. So they learned at a very young age to force themselves to hardly drink anything pretty much everyday. When they drank very little they learned it made them have accidents a lot less. So over the several years it became habit for them to hardly drink every day.
While this clearly does make accidents happen a lot less it does not “cure” them, and is not a good long term solution for accidents. It only makes them happen less simply because you have nothing to pee out most the time, and that does not fix the main cause of the accidents which is usually a small bladder or weak bladder or both. It is very very unhealthy to drink very little every day to keep the body moderately dehydrated all the time. The kidneys can not filter your digestive system without water, and your liver can not filter your blood with out water. So hardly drinking just makes it very unhealthy for your entire body. Plus keeping the body moderately dehydrated every day for several years can put you at high risk for really bad health when you get older. Any doctor would agree keeping your body moderately dehydrated every day is very unhealthy for the body.
After about a year of asking my baby girl every day “What have you had to drink today honey?” And reminding her to go get a drink when she had not drank enough yet that day, she has finally mostly broke the habit of dehydrating herself. Now I don’t have to remind her as much. Of course her drinking more regularly has caused her to have accidents more (especially at night), but having accidents is way better than making your body unhealthy by constantly keeping it moderately dehydrated. Now that she wears diapers most the time she does not have to worry about her accidents, and does NOT have to hardly drink to make herself dehydrated to prevent accidents, which makes her unhealthy.
I encourage everyone (little and big) to drink the eight 8 ounce cups of water (4 bottle waters) a day that doctors recommends. Whether you are prone to accidents or not. If the people under 150 pounds six 8 ounce cups (3 bottle waters) of water a day should probably be fine. I also encourage all daddies and mommies to make sure your little one gets enough to drink every day. By checking how much they have drank periodically through out the day and reminding them to get a drink if they have not drank enough. Even through text message when you are not physically with them.
That is part of the responsibility of taking care of your little one is making sure they get enough to eat and drink every day. Then if drinking more regularly causes them to have accidents more to make sure they are padded as much as they need to be based off how often their having accidents. So they don’t have to worry about the stress and embarrassment that comes with having an accident without protection.
Daddy is very bossy about drinking enough water. (I know, I know, with good reason.)
I was making some lunch today and thought I’d share some of my ideas. :) Since I was making grilled cheese and tomato soup, I’ll use that as my primary example.
- First, make sure your Little is in fact, hungry, and ready and willing to eat. If a hungry Little is being fussy and not eating,…
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