Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Self Care for Littles

This comes to us from Littlespace Online and it's an incredible resource for not only littles, but it's also a great resource for anyone with depression or anxiety issues.

  • Set aside time. Be Big and make yourself a list of things that make you happy when you're expressing your inner-you. Here is a list of common things that Adult littles have a tendency to enjoy:
    • Coloring Books (Amount: 3-4)
    • Crayons, Colored Pencils, Markers (Amount: 2+ sets)
    • Teddy bears or other stuffed animals (Amount: 1+)
    • Dolls (cabbage patch, barbie, etc) (Amount: 1+)
    • Soft blankets (Amount: 1-3)
    • special drinking cups (Amount: 1-4)
    • Bubble bath (Amount: 2+ different kinds/scents)
    • Movies (Disney, Pixar, DreamWorks Animation, etc) (Amount: 10+)
    • Fluffy cozy socks (Amount: 4+)
    • Storybooks (with pictures) (Amount: 4+)
    • Audio files and music (Suggestions: The Big Little Podcast, little songs, nursery rhymes on tape, etc)
    • A special bracelet, necklace, or keychain for when you're feeling anxious in a Big or Adult situation and need discreet comfort.
  • Invest in yourself. Using the list you've created, make a beginning purchase of baby/little necessities. These are things that are generally reusable or for multiple littlespace time uses so they are considered a personal investment. Set yourself a spending limit and go at it this one time! (Many little items can be purchased very cheaply from places like the Dollar Tree so keep that in mind with your budget.)
  • Develop a comforting routine. It's important to get into a routine that gives you structure. Schedule out a weekly routine where you take care of both little and big needs each day. Write it out and create your daily schedule. Schedules should include things like diapering needs (if any), scheduled bath time, and bedtime routines.
  • Keep a chart. Little ones need help remembering things--even routine. Develop a chart with weekly tasks and goals to hit. For example, every day at 9:00PM before bedtime you take a bath, but on Friday you take a special bubble bath to enjoy.
  • Reward yourself for maintaining your schedule. Little ones need encouragement for keeping up with things. Here are some reward ideas:
    • Little's Lunch - bad-for-you foods for lunch. Cereal? Corndogs? Hotdogs? Pizza? One meal only, not all day! (up to once every 3 weeks)
    • Special bubble bath time - special fizzies or extra bubbly bubbles (up to once a week)
    • Special snack - bad-for-you snacktime. Ice cream? A big bowl of fruit? Brownies? (up to once a week)
    • Stickers - Special stickers bought specifically for this purpose. Sparkly, shiney, favorite characters. (up to 3 times a week)
    • Movie Marathon - Special time set aside to watch 2+ littles movies in a row.
  • Keep in contact with others who accept you. It's easy to slip into a routine where you drift away from others and become secluded. Don't let this happen to you. Reach out and make friends who have similiar interests. Depression is easy to overtake you if you're not interacting with others. Remember, all littles and babies love to hang around with like-minded little and baby friends so that they can chitter chatter and share toys.
  • Develop an online persona. It's okay to reflect your inner-you online in safe communities like Littlespace Online. It will help you keep in contact with the outside world and make friends, which will help fight off depression and anxiety. Create an online account using a name that makes you happy and let yourself be you while maintaining your anonymity.
  • Seek help when you need it. If you're hurting, physically, mentally, or emotionally, then it's important to reach out to someone for some help. This is why it's important to be a part of a community where you are yourself--so you can speak up and let other people know when you're not well. Everyone struggles with growing pains.
    • Mental/Emotional help: 800-273-TALK (8255). The National Suicide Prevention Hotline has skilled, trained counselors who can help you work out mental and emotional issues if you're depressed and/or suicidal. They are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
    • Physical boo-boos: 866-433-6041 (option 7). This nurse line lets you get health care information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. This line can help you decide what kind of care to seek--treat the condition at home, the need of a doctor, or if it calls for urgent or immediate care like an ER situation. If you have a life-threatening medical emergency always call 911 or your local emergency number.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

What makes a little a little?

I've been working on a short story a publisher requested be made into a book. As I was writing, I didn't know what I was lacking, but simply that something was lacking. As a way to research, I browsed through several websites and found an app called KNKI. I downloaded the app and logged in. Just like my character, I put that I was a submissive looking for a Dom and didn't really know what I wanted but I was seeing what was out there.

I wound up with a Dom that I hit it off with. He was a pretty interesting person on the surface and didn't hit straight to dirty pictures or unsolicited dick pics. (Tip: no woman ever wants a dick pic unless she asks. IJS) He didn't want to meet up in real life. He was fine with camming. He was fine with the fact that I was damaged. He told me he didn't run, that he wouldn't run and that I was safe with him. All I had to do was just do as he requested and we would get along just fine. We established a very brief, basic contract and I accepted to play.

During that time I came out of my shell a little. I accepted to push boundaries slowly. He never pressured me to push past what was scary for me. He said he wanted me to try and that effort was all that he required. That I could agree to. I did some things I didn't think I would ever do, broke a couple boundaries that I never thought I would break and changed some things inside myself. I really liked him a lot.

He abandoned me about two weeks after accepting to play. No word, no notice, no nothing. Just bailed. We were camming and he was trying to get me to do something in public. I'm not okay with that. I tried anyway when I was sure I was in a secluded area. I failed. He asked if I wanted to go home and try again. I said yes, apologized and drove home. I got back on the cam service and messaged him. I waited for almost 4 hours. Nothing.

I messaged the next morning. Nothing. For three days I messaged and sent little videos asking if he was okay. I got zero reply. I was surprised at how distraught I was. I was weak. I was shaking. I was crying at weird random times. It felt like a breakup. Why did someone get under my skin like that? How did they get under my skin in such a short amount of time? Why did I want to call him Daddy? Why did I look forward to his calls and texts? Why was I so lost when I didn't have that anymore?

I started some internet research because I only knew of "daddy" being used in the gay community for a certain type of Dom. I wasn't aware it applied to other sections of D/s relationships as well.

And that's when I stumbled upon the DD/lg trend. All the shirts on Wish suddenly seemed to make sense. Apparently this was a "thing" I wasn't aware of. More research led me into OMGWTFBBQ territory and I backpedaled. I'm not into diapers. I'm not into infantilism. I don't need someone to change my nappy or even WANT someone to. I'm not into the whole pedo vibe that goes around with some of the trend fakers and the weird terminology they use. However, the more I read up on the decent blogs and websites, the more I realized that this is what I'd been all along. I'd always been a little. And it opened up a whole lot of possibilities for me that I'd thought the door had been permanently closed on.

Then the search began for a Daddy Dom. I found one. However, he didn't end up being what I wanted. At all.

At first he was wonderful. He talked to me every day, had that little Daddy purr in his voice when he talked to me, doted on me with attention and affection and we even had a conversation about him having a live in sister that was his to play with but I was still his little, too. I was fine with that. I'm in a poly relationship. I understand that one partner cannot meet all your needs so finding that somewhere else is also a plus.

One of the sisters he chose for me was a bombshell, but she was looking for a sugar daddy. She was saying she was a little, but she had many of the red flags for fake littles. (

I can't really pinpoint when things started going downhill, but I got really frustrated really quickly when every time I would try and talk about myself, he would derail me or change the subject to being about him again. He didn't want to learn about me. He didn't want to hear about me. He never asked me about my day. Everything was always about him, what he wanted and what he wanted me to do. I was faced with punishments that would make me panic when I didn't do what he wanted. The second time he triggered me after I talked to him about the first time, he said he "forgot". Maybe he did, maybe he didn't. But it set me uneasy. He could download all the nudes and videos of me but he couldn't click a link to see something that pertained to the conversation we were having. I was hurt and couldn't figure out why.

I later read up on the topic and found that a lot of the things he was doing are classic signs of a "Bad Daddy" ( and should have thrown up red flags all over the place. If it weren't for one of the sisters he tried to find for me, I would have never known he was a bad daddy. She saved me, possibly saved my life. I won't go into details because I don't know how things would have played out, but the things my "daddy" started doing after I told him I was done are things my first Dom did to me that led to me having a borderline mental break and going through one of the worst time periods of my life.

All this has a happy ending, however. Someone I've been with for a very long time, someone I know and trust and have always loved and trusted is now my Daddy. He has no idea what he's doing, but he's doing his research and learning about the lifestyle just for me. He's always catered to my little self and when we finally talked about me and being a little, he said I've been like that since he's known me. And he's known me for almost 20 years at this point.

The DD/lg thing is pretty wide and varied. Each little has their own expectations, wants, needs and desires. Each Caregiver has their own sets of rules and expectations. And when you can work together on those things in a genuine D/s type of relationship, it's a beautiful, freeing thing.

If you want more links for actual honest to goodness decent pages that I've found so far, click the links below. I'm compiling lists and I'm more than willing to share. Granted I may never talk about this again, but the post will still be here and I will keep updating when I find decent links. Or I might make a permanent page. Who knows?

LINKS: - in my opinion, the best little space on the web with info and community and very few creepers. They even do online movie night for their members!

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Life in a nutshell

So many things have changed, so much time has passed and here I am trying to do all those same things again. I am cutting down the clutter in my life a little at a time. Setting my office up again, getting things paid off and tied up.

And then life throws curveballs.

My only child turned 18 three days ago and I'm not entirely sure how to feel about it. He's 18 but he still has so much to learn about the world and how things work in it. But, like all 18 year olds, he thinks he knows all and knows better than mom. I'm just trying to keep him in school right now so we can go from there.

I'm trying to get my crafting business up and running but I'm not a very good entrepreneur. I'm bad at the whole promotion thing because it involves getting out of my house and out of my two day jobs to do something.

I am a trainer in the pharmacy. I am in line to be lead tech. I am still a massage therapist and, although I've been through some bumps and bruises with that front (and a few job changes), I'm back where I belong as long as I can keep my time under control. I work 40 hours a week at the pharmacy and then 13 hours of massage every week. When I don't have trainees on Saturdays, I get a day off. When I have Saturday trainees I work straight through until the next day I don't have a trainee.

This leaves very little time for writing. Particularly the magazine. Especially the books I want to write. I'm trying to set myself a schedule so I can take care of myself, take care of the things that need done, clean my house so we don't live like a bunch of Neanderthals and somehow manage to get anything accomplished.

I've been scrapbooking. I made all the Christmas gifts this year. If you follow me on Twitter or Instagram, you'll see my handiwork. I post pictures. I sometimes pop in on Twitter to make little quips about what I've done. I'm on Line quite a bit. My username there is Marshmalohgrrl as well if you want to find me and chat with me.

I suck at the whole in person interaction thing but I'm really good at the digital thing.

In short... my life is cruising on. I'm trying to pay off some bills and dig myself out of the hole I put myself in two years ago after dad died. I'm trying to get my Patreon up and running and do some livestreams when I work on craft projects or while I play Mystic Messenger. I play that game a lot. You can folllow me on Google Games if you want to see what my current infatuations are. I love playing Yahtzee.

I try to keep myself out there and visible and stuff, but I'm kind of lost in my own little world and trying to make sense of it while I sail around in a rickety boat. I'm sure you've all been there.

So if you're reading this... tell me where you are in life? What good has happened with you lately? What is the one thing this year you are the very most proud of? Nothing is too small. Even if it was just that you made a really really good sandwich the other day, that's still something awesome. I want to know.

How was your day?

Thursday, August 24, 2017

PAX Unplugged Exhibitors Announced


PHILADELPHIA - July 27, 2017 - PAX Unplugged 2017, the first tabletop-focused PAX event, will host a stable of prominent exhibitors, including Wizards of the Coast, Paizo, Fantasy Flight, Asmodee, and CMON, among many others. Tickets for the show, taking place November 17-19, 2017 at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center, are available now.
Part of Penny Arcade's international roster of events, PAX Unplugged will reflect the experience millions of PAX attendees have enjoyed for more than a decade, but with a spotlight on card, board and other tabletop games, celebrating the medium's rich and thriving culture. Attendees will have the opportunity to see the reveal of new and exciting titles, go hands-on with upcoming games, partake in tournaments and sit in on panels headlined by the industry's leading minds.
"The breadth and depth of the inaugural PAX Unplugged exhibitor roster is a sight to behold," said Jerry Holkins, co-founder, Penny Arcade. "I want to go to there."
While PAX Unplugged will cater to the tabletop industry and affiliated communities, a selection of video games featuring board and card game elements will also have a place at the show.

Confirmed PAX Unplugged 2017 Exhibitors (In Alphabetical Order):
  • 9th Level Games
  • Academy Games
  • Albino Dragon
  • Alderac Entertainment Group
  • Anvil Eight Games
  • APE Games
  • Arcane Wonders
  • Arcknight
  • Ares Games
  • Asmodee
  • Atlas Games
  • B & B Games Studio
  • Baba Geek Games
  • Black Oak
  • Blind Ferret Entertainment
  • Braine Games
  • Breaking Games
  • Broken Token
  • Brotherwise Games
  • Calliope Games
  • Capstone Games
  • Carolina Game Tables
  • CMON
  • Cool Stuff Inc
  • Copper Frog Games
  • Crimson Night Studios
  • Critsuccess
  • Cubicle 7
  • Cyanide and Happiness
  • Daily Magic Games
  • Devir Americas 
  • Dized
  • Dog Might Games
  • Dwarven Forge
  • Eagle-Gryphon Games
  • Elderwood Academy
  • Elzra
  • Emergence Team
  • Fantasy Flight
  • Foambrain
  • Forged By Geeks
  • Fowers Games
  • Fun to 11
  • Gale Force 9
  • Geek Chic 
  • Geeknson LTD
  • Gigamic

  • Goodman Games
  • Golden Bell Studios
  • Grand Gamers Guild
  • Greater than Games
  • Grey Fox Games
  • Handelabra Games
  • Hero Forge
  • Iello
  • Indie Boards and Cards
  • Indie Game Developer Network
  • InIt Gear
  • Intoxicatingly
  • Ironmark Games
  • Jason Anarchy Games
  • John Wick Presents
  • Kickstarter
  • Lay Waste Games
  • Leder Games
  • Level 99 Games
  • Level Up Dice
  • Liveware Lab
  • Lone Shark Games
  • Lone Wolf Development
  • LongPack Games
  • Looney Labs
  • Magpie Games
  • Mantic Games
  • Mayday Games
  • Mayfair Games
  • Metallic Dice Games
  • Mind Bottling Games
  • Monocle Society
  • Monte Cook
  • Nailed It
  • Nauvoo Games
  • Necronamicards
  • North Star Games
  • Onyx Path Publishing
  • Orange Machine Games
  • Paizo
  • Pandemonium Books and Games
  • Passport Games Studios
  • Petersen Games
  • Portal Games Company
  • PulsArt Studio
  • Quick Simple Fun Games
  • Q-Workshop
  • Rather Dashing Games
  • Reaper Miniatures
  • Renegade Games
  • Restoration Games
  • Rob and Dave Games
  • Seventh Sphere Publishing
  • SFR Inc
  • hoot Again Games
  • Skybound Studios
  • SlugFest Games
  • Smirk and Dagger Games
  • Space Goat Productions
  • Steamforged Games
  • Steve Jackson Games
  • Strange Machine Games
  • Stronghold Games
  • Studio 2 Publishing
  • Studio Woe
  • Studio Wumpus
  • Table Titans
  • Tabletop Co-op
  • Tasty Minstrel Games
  • The Burning Wheel
  • The Compleat Strategist
  • The Creativity Hub
  • The Indie Bazaar
  • Thompson Productions LLC
  • ThunderGryph Games
  • Twogether Studios
  • Underbite Games
  • Wizards of the Coast
  • White Wolf Entertainment
  • Wolff Design
  • Wyrd Games
  • Wyrmwood
  • Yanaguana Games
  • Zafty Games
  • And more...
Game developers and publishers interested in exhibiting at PAX Unplugged 2017 can contact the PAXUnplugged team. Working journalists and content creators on YouTube and Twitch interested in attending PAX Unplugged to produce coverage of the event can apply for a media badge here.
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Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Blue Orange Games’ Kingdomino Wins Coveted International Spiel des Jahres Award

San Francisco, CA— July 17, 2017 — Blue Orange Games is proud to announce that Kingdomino, by Bruno Cathala, has won the Spiel des Jahres award. The Spiel des Jahres is a part of a trio of awards given each year to the best board games new to the German market.

Although the Spiel des Jahres is awarded in Germany, it is considered one of the reigning international authorities on picking the “best of the best” in gaming. For the 2017 Spiel des Jahres award Kingdomino beat out Magic Maze and El Dorado. A panel of German gaming experts and critics evaluated all three games looking for the best design, rules, layout, and overall gaming concept, ultimately deciding on Kingdomino as the winner. With this award, Kingdomino joins the ranks of games like last year’s winner, Codenames, and timeless classics Carcassone, The Settlers of Catan, and Ticket to Ride. The Kinderspiel des Jahres award, recognizing the best children’s game of the year, was awarded to Ice Cool on June 19th, 2017.  The winner of the Kennerspiel des Jahres award, which recognizes more complex board games, was announced at the same time as The Spiel des Jahres and was awarded to Exit: The Game.

“We are very honored that Kingdomino was chosen, especially with the other two choices, Magic Maze and El Dorado, being such great games. We have worked with Bruno Cathala in the past and always have seen his excellence as a game designer, but it is rewarding to see others recognizing his work. This award represents all the hard work that Cathala and our product development team put in to make Kingdomino what it is today. We sincerely thank all the Kingdomino fans out there who have supported this game in its journey. As game publishers we hope that this becomes a classic for years to come, and as game lovers we hope that it exposes more and more kids, adults, and families to the wonderful world of tabletop games.”

Kingdomino is a tile-laying game by celebrated game designer Bruno Cathala. It made its international debut at Essen 2017, and was later introduced to the United States market. In the game, players take turns selecting and then adding a new domino to their existing kingdom, making sure at least one of its sides connects to a matching terrain type already in play. The strategy of the game is present in the tile bidding mechanism. Players must decide how valuable certain tiles are to them, as the selection of tiles determines the order of tile choice for the next round. The game ends when each player has completed a 5x5 grid, and then points are counted based on the number of connecting tiles and crowns.

To learn more, and to browse past winners, visit the official website:

Kingdomino is currently available internationally in stores, and on Amazon.

About Blue Orange Games

Since 2000, Blue Orange Games has been creating timeless games for the whole family. Their award-winning products have earned a reputation for high play value, skill development, and continuous fun. The eco-friendly company focuses on high quality designs using durable materials, and plants two trees for every one used in the construction of their wooden games. Looking towards the future with an eye for constant improvement, Blue Orange is steadfast in their mission to bring HOT Games to a COOL Planet. Blue Orange Games is based in San Francisco.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017


Paizo Announces Line-up of Events for an Historic Gen Con
REDMOND, WA (August 7, 2017): Nearly a decade after Paizo Inc. released the award-winning Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, the countdown is now on to celebrate the release of the company’s newest game, the epic science-fantasy Starfinder RPG, set in the far-future of the world of Pathfinder.  Along with the release of Starfinder’s Core Rulebook and first Adventure Path, Dead Suns, at Gen Con (August 17 – 20, Indianapolis), Paizo will host a line-up of gaming events and activities for any Pathfinder or Starfinder fan attending the show.
Players can travel to the stars or explore Golarion with 24-hour gaming in the Sagamore Ballroom, including the now-legendary 1200-player Pathfinder Specials. Other events in the Sagamore include Pathfinder Society Adventure Card Guild Open Tournament, a new multi-table interactive Pathfinder Society Scenario, new quests, a pre-generated character special and three scenarios for Starfinder Society. Participants will receive collectible buttons, while supplies last.
Join members of Team Paizo and the Pathfinder and Starfinder creative teams in the Paizo seminar room for rules discussions, adventure path previews, and more, including:
Thursday, 2:00pm
Starfinder Adventure Path Q&A with Developers Rob McCreary and Jason Keeley
Friday, 12:00pm
Starfinder Rules Q&A with Creative Director James Sutter and Lead Designer Owen KC Stephens
Saturday, 3:00pm
Paizo 2017 and Beyond with CEO Lisa Stevens, Publisher Erik Mona, and Pathfinder Lead Designer Jason Bulmahn
Members of Team Paizo will be on hand to meet attendees throughout all four days of the show in the Paizo booth (#103) and hand out new collectible buttons each day. Attendees who shop in Paizo’s booth and spend $50 or more will receive a promotional Blue Knight mini, while supplies last.
About Paizo Inc.
Paizo Inc. is publisher of the award-winning Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, Pathfinder Tales novels, as well as board games and accessories. The Pathfinder world, in which players take on the role of brave adventurers fighting to survive in a world beset by magic and evil, is currently translated into eight languages, and has been licensed for comic book series, graphic novels, toys, and apparel. is also a leading online hobby retail store, offering tens of thousands of products from a variety of publishers to customers all over the world.

Monday, August 21, 2017


With the Release of Star Trek Adventures and Demos of Fallout: Wasteland Warfare, Modiphius Entertainment Announces Plans for Gen Con 50
LONDON, ENGLAND (August 10, 2017): Modiphius Entertainment, award-winning publisher of the Star Trek AdventuresAchtung! Cthulhu, Mutant Chronicles, Conan, Infinity and John Carter of Mars roleplaying games, announces today the line-up of activities planned for the historic Gen Con 50 convention (August 17 – 20, Indianapolis), including the launch of the highly anticipated Star Trek Adventures: The Roleplaying Game, the first new Star Trek RPG to release in more than a decade.
With an all-star design team behind the bridge, Star Trek Adventures uses the Modiphius 2d20 game system (Mutant ChroniclesInfinityConanJohn Carter of Mars) designed by Jay Little (Star Wars: Edge of the EmpireX-Wing Miniatures Game). The accompanying Star Trek miniatures line features 32mm-heroic scale resin figures of classic Star Trek characters and crews, landing parties and away teams, all of which will be on display at Gen Con. Attendees will be able to purchase the Star Trek Adventures core rulebook, along with custom Q-Workshop Star Trek Adventures dice, at the Modiphius booth in the Gen Con exhibit hall (2461). 
Attendees of Gen Con will also be among the first with an opportunity to demo the forthcoming Fallout: Wasteland Warfare miniatures wargame and preview select miniatures. Set to release in December 2017, Fallout: Wasteland Warfare puts players in the midst of the apocalypse with the stories from the video game franchise, as well as unique random missions with narrative-style objectives, played out with high-detail 32mm heroic-scale miniatures, including iconic characters, factions, creatures, robots, scenery and settlement buildings from the Fallout universe.
Attendees will also be able to pick-up the Thunderbirds cooperative board game for only $20, available at the Modiphius booth with the special voucher from the Gen Con coupon book.
About Modiphius Entertainment
Modiphius Entertainment is a London, England-based entertainment publisher of tabletop games and related hobby merchandise. The company launched its first game, the Achtung! Cthulhu Roleplaying Game, in 2013, followed by the Mutant Chronicles RPGDUST Adventures RPG based on Paolo Parente’s DUST universe, Infinity The Roleplaying Game based on the best-selling miniatures game, Conan, Adventures in Age Undreamed of, the official roleplaying game of Robert E Howard’s barbaric universe, Matt Leacock’s Thunderbirds, a cooperative board game based on the classic 60’s show and the official Kung Fu Panda Boardgame. This year sees the launch of the Star Trek RPG & Miniatures line.
Modiphius Entertainment seeks to inspire with its tales of heroism, adventure and courage. Modiphius also works to combat global child trafficking through raising awareness of and funds for Vision Rescue. For more information, please visit
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