Request: A DDlg relationship where the little isn’t in little space.
From: Confused babygirl.
Tags: Non-erotic, non erotic.
This is a fun little story showing everyone that a DDlg relationship doesn’t mean you have to be little or a Dom all the time, it’s a normal relationship with just a little extra.
You place your coloured pencil onto the paper and let out a satisfied sigh before you reach up and stretch. “Okay, let’s clean up.” You mutter to yourself as you start to gather your pencils and place them back into the little box you have that holds your pencils and crayons. You grab the pieces of paper that have drawings all over them and stack them together, you use your hand to help you stand up then pick everything up. You walk around the lounge room and clean up the mess you had made. Once you have placed everything back into a chest you have in the bedroom you make your way back to the lounge room, grabbing a book as you walk back.
You get comfortable on the sofa then start to read, losing yourself in the book. Hours pass by in what seems like minutes, the only thing that brings you back from the fantasy world of the book is the sound of the front door opening and his voice. “I’m home baby girl!” Your husband calls out as he walks through the house. “Welcome home sweetie!” You call back as you place the book down, making sure the book mark is in the right place before you go and meet him, giving him a big huge. “Someone is in a big mood.” He smiles down at you as he embraces you.
You nod before you pull back. “Yeah, I was in a little mood earlier but I’m not anymore.” You answer as you take his briefcase for him and start to take it to the lounge room. “I hope you had fun.” He calls out as he makes his way to the bathroom, shutting the door behind him. “I did!” You call back, not sure if he heard you or not. A couple of minutes later he walks into the room and looks down at you as you sit on the sofa. “I was thinking, I had a good day, so why don’t we go out to eat?” Your husband suggests, his idea putting a large smile on your face. “Sounds amazing to me.”