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By Dangerzone97 - 3 years ago. Being that I am mainly long distance, my absolute hardest problem is rewarding a little when they have been good. Being that I don't have the spare money to buy them stuff, I always feel super bad that I can't reward them. Do any other caregivers have this problem, but more importantly, what are some other ways llittles enjoy being rewarded? User mini profile. Re: Long Distance Rewards for Littles? By isaac94 - 3 years ago. There's also an app called "Couple" no quotes on the store where "you can photos, create shared lists, and add dates relevant to your relationship to a calendar.
You can also "thumb kiss" by holding your thumb to the screen: The print will show up on your partner's screen, and they can put their own thumb over it. There's also a drawing function that lets you send scribbles or even create pictures together. By dmz - 3 years ago. Such as, they may have an extra can of pop or some extra candy. I personally love when mommy lets me stay up later so I can watch more tv with her. It is amazing. There are quite a few things you can do, it is just harder to reward and punish littles when it is a long distance relationship.
By Lacie - 3 years ago. So for me things like longer phone calls or bedtime stories don't really work, but your little might be different! If they have rules about things like sweets or bedtimes I think giving them special permission to eat more sweets or stay up late is awesome. Honestly, I think praise is a really great reward? Just telling them how well they did and how proud you are of them. It's super sweet and I'm sure it will put a smile on your littles face. By Bigbear - 3 years ago. Books stickers anything that they would love none of it has to be expensive trust me just the thought they would love 3 set up a later bedtime and suprise them with a Skype call!
They would love to see you're face and they would be excited. Use Netflix for the movie selection and start it togeather ddlg rewards just remind them how amazing they are. Tell them genie being good and you're happy with them. Just simple re assurance can be so rewarding. By Princess - 3 years ago.
Another ddlg rewards reward would be to give them other privileges, like the ability to stay up later and talk to you through skype and if that isn't available, you can record a small video for them to see and feel loved. By minahbird - 3 years ago. Personally obviously not speaking for all littlesI'm not big on gifts anyway. I feel guilty if someone buys something for me because I don't have a lot of money to reciprocate, and I always feel as if like deserves like. If someone gives me a gift, I feel I ought to do the same though the reverse isn't true.
I just like to give gifts, I never expect anything back.
Instead, I'd rather have something that 'means something' and isn't bought. Isaac mentioned reading a bedtime story and I will confess, that's something I would absolutely adore. I haven't been read to since I was a toddler, and to me that's one of the most soothing things in the world.
A little voice recording I could listen to, or a video I could watch would be a wonderful thing too, and a letter? An actual, written as opposed to just recorded letter saying what you did that day or how you felt? Any time I get a letter or from someone, Ddlg rewards treasure it, because it's something they've taken the time to create to tell me things about their life, and that's special. Other things, if you wanted tangible things, that I personally would love, are surprisingly little things.
By that, I mean things where you've taken the time to do something you'd do with your little. If you'd make crafts, send those. They don't have to be good, or even fancy, but the fact that you thought about your little, took the time to sit down and do something while thinking of them, then took the time to pack it up and send it would be so incredibly ddlg rewards.
It could be a pair ddlg rewards toilet paper tube binoculars with stickers all over, and I would set it in ddlg rewards of place where I could see it always. One daddy I talk to sometimes online he's not mine but he still looks after me now and then if I'm upset or feeling sick is like that. All I have to do is post on my blog if I'm not feeling well or if my anxiety's bad, and not long later, he messages me to say hello and talk to me for a while.
Even a few minutes' talk is a wonderful distraction from whatever's bothering me and makes me feel, just for a little bit, like someone really cares. Long story short, there are a million ways to make your little feel loved, regardless of how much money you can spare. You don't even have to spend a penny.
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