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The Different Types of Littles for Caregiver/little Dynamics

The Different Types of Littles for Caregiver/little Dynamics Image
  • Adult Baby:

    Adult babies are generally relatively young in the age-range spectrum. They are more inclined to be associated with bottles, diaper play, and babytalk. Some may be completely nonverbal.
    • Most adult babies identify as an age below two years old. (mentally 0 months to 2 years old)
  • Baby girl or Baby boy: (not a sugar baby)

    Babygirls and babyboys are also relatively young in mindset. They also are often associated with the use of adult diapers, bottles, pacifiers, rattles, and toddler toys, and broken sentences or baby talk.
    • These participants may fall anywhere from infant age to three or four years old. (mentally 0 months to 4 years old)
  • Little boy or Little girl:

    Littles are the most common age-range for people to identify as in our community. Littles are often interested in stuffed animals, cartoons, coloring, building make-believe forts from common household items, and basic crafting. They may be emotionally sensitive, time-demanding, and in need of reassurance. Littles may or may not use adult diapers and pacifiers but they are less commonly preferred than younger age-range mindsets.
    • The little age-range is wide, and from about four years old until about ten years old. (mentally 4 years to 10 years old)
  • Middle (less commonly referred to as an adult tween)

    People who identify as middles find that they have interests more developed than basic cartoons. They may be more interested in classic video games, cartoons with more developed plots and characters, dolls and action figures, going on pretend adventures, take on more extensive forms of crafting or hobbying. Middles often have more independence than a person identifying as a little, but do prefer the support of a Caregiver as they seek personal acceptance.
    • Middles primarily identify as an age-range between ten and fourteen. (mentally 10 years to 14 years old)
  • Adult Teen:

    A less common ageplay range is the adult teen. Participants enjoy activities like sports, television shows targeted toward teen drama, journaling, photography, and more developed crafting and artistry such as oil painting. Adult teens have the most independence from their chosen Caregiver and may also become dominant over their Caregiver.
    • An adult teen identifies as having a mindset of between thirteen and eighteen. (mentally 13 years to 18 years old)
  • Ageplayer:

    An ageplayer is a person who fluctuates through two or more identifications listed above or even older. An age player is simply a person who is roleplaying (acting as; pretending to be) as an age they are not biologically.