Coloring Books and Kitty Ears

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A funny combination, I suppose. What do they have in common? Basically, I’ve almost never purchased either kitty ears or a coloring book for myself. It’s funny, but, when I was first getting into pet play with Master, it was obvious to more than one of my kinky friends that I did have a little buried inside, and that, she tended to come out in my kitty girl self. That’s not to say that Master and me do a whole lot of age play, because we really don’t, and as far as I can recall, we haven’t personally put them together in the bedroom. (Though, I had done this with one other partner back before we moved, and it did make Master a little bit uncomfortable).

It has taken Master a little bit of time to grasp the age play concept as being something we could participate in. Not that he’s ever been offended by others playing this way, but at first, age play did make him a bit uncomfortable. It certainly wasn’t something I “required” in any type of relationship, and I myself only had minimal experience with it anyway, but as time has gone on, there have been moments like the one where Master has gone out of his way to buy me a sippy cup to cheer me up. He’s also admitted he thinks it’s cute when I dress “little”, and he enjoys seeing me with a pacifier in. Though, we lost my pacifier when we moved, and it’s just not something we’ve replaced yet. Not that we are opposed, but, like I said, age play isn’t a big kink for either of us, so it just hasn’t been a huge priority.

One thing I have grown to really love about age play is coloring with Master on the porch in the summer time. He will set me up with crayons or colored pencils and he’ll sometimes pick a coloring book, and sometimes let me pick one. Then, he’ll choose a picture and tell me what to color each item:

“Good Kitty, now color Hello Kitty’s hair bow blue.”

It’s relaxing, and helps pass the time in the wretched heat of the summer months.

I’ve always enjoyed coloring, because I find it to be really relaxing, whether or not it puts me in a little head space. (And that depends on other activities, clothes, food types, etc). The funniest bit though is, when people tend to give me presents, like, random presents – they tend to be either a coloring book, or a kitty ear headband. I guess this is funny to me because other people often see bits of you that you don’t always see yourself. Hell, even at my first job, back before I did any kind of “formal” kink, my manager bought me a coloring book for X-mas that year.. And it was a Spongebob coloring book, not even an “adult” one. It’s just the way it always has been.

2 thoughts on “Coloring Books and Kitty Ears

    1. @fyremane I do still love my swirl crayons. 😀 They are so cute and fun to color with.

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