Lost Little Girl


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A 26 yr old exploring her submissive side.

wishlists:
naughty - http://amzn.com/w/BUGJBSK0SOO6

nice - http://amzn.com/w/M87QUCIG0BUR

Clothing -
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For Daddy  

Tell me something good :)

Show me something good :)

If I can talk to you and not be judged, reblog this.

bimbonatacha:

:)

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republicannibal:

piertotum-locomottor:

cuteleesi:

kingbard:

cuteleesi:

kingbard:

water-music:

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Enjoying some dark chocolate almond milk in my favorite cup before work

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it’s the cutest cup :3

i see your cat cup and raise you a cat bowl

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Your cat bowl has nothing on my

Measuring cups

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u wanna go

have a taste of my cat teapot

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Bro, get a look at my

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Actual cat

Biatch please, I have a gang.

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It’s like that Subway commercial where everyone loves Avocados

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My princess nono was getting furry… I had to take before and after pictures!

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Tagged: yes pleaseall of this

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I may or may not have just added a bunch of crotchless panties to my naughty wish list….

Tagged: ok I totally did

thankful-werewolf:

puhgs:

really tho straight guys will go on and on about how uncomfortable it makes them when gay guys hit on them but lets be fucking honest how many times have u seen a guy continue to hit on another guy after hes visibly uncomfortable vs. how many times a straight guy has continued to hit on a girl after shes visibly uncomfortable 

This needs more notes

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kushandwizdom:

More good vibes here

kushandwizdom:

More good vibes here

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My dog is barking at a bug on the outside of the window 😖

becausebirds:

LET THERE BE BONES!

becausebirds:

LET THERE BE BONES!

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Thigh bites 💖

Thigh bites 💖

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Anonymous said: My little won't take her meds for bpd and I'm not sure what to do. Things are so much better and easier when she does.

iampunkassbetch:

Unfortunately, she won’t take the medicine until she feels the need to. You can help her go in the right direction by openly expressing YOUR feelings and issues, no need to bring up hers. Ask her how she thinks she would deal with the situation and go from there.

A lot of us will be on medication for life. And while mental illnesses DO go into remission, they usually come back. It’s hard to accept that sometimes. It’s hard for ME to accept that I will be one of those lucky people that will be on medication forever.

Starting a pill regime for bpd is hard, especially more so when the party refuses abide by such a routine. Many adult bi-polar sufferers can recount the stories of pen-happy doctors that stuffed pills down their throat. Pills they never needed. Pills that, ultimately, hurt them. I have a form of tardive dyskinesia because of an anti-psychotic I was on as a child.

I struggle a lot with myself over this. It makes me very angry that the real deal behind big pharma is to hurt us, not heal us. But I’m stuck taking these pills because I know they work and have yet to find a cannabis treatment for it. I can no longer deny my active bi-polar without medication.

Perhaps you can offer her treats and rewards for when she takes her medicine. Encourage her to talk candidly with her therapist, as therapists may be the only person we feel we can truly trust.

And one last thing, try to NEVER make it about you. everything she is feeling, as silly as it may seem to some, are very REAL fears. And she needs her caregiver there to catch her NO MATTER WHAT.

Never make her feel inadequate for being the way she is. Most babygirl’s feel rather broken already. Being a babygirl is the best way we can address our feelings, while still feeling safe.

Your job is to make sure she is the best babygirl she can be. She needs to be sure that YOU are able to take care of her. Even if it means doling out disappointed words and strict routine for her to follow.

Your babygirl looks to you for guidance. She may not like the guidance you give her, but YOU know(and she NEEDS TO KNOW) that you’re only doing this out of care. Tell her every five seconds how brave she is, if you feel you must.

Encourage her. Love her. Support her. Be her support system and her center.