Moving Into a Sugar Daddy’s Home

By Jasmin

Apr 29, 2017

Good times mimic each other. Sometimes we get carried away and do things that either bring a world of chaos or a bed full of roses.Your three-times-a-month meeting sessions are going great. You both enjoy each other’s company. You cannot get enough of one another. Until when though?

In rare instances within the Sugar Dating community Sugar Daddies have welcomed the idea of their Sugar Baby moving into one of their many homes. Whether it be in town, or in a completely different country, we can all agree that this is a pretty massive transition in not just your Sugar relationship, but in your personal life too. Here are some of the pros and cons you may come across when contemplating moving into a Sugar Daddy’s home.


First of all, let’s point out the pros to this major transition:
The most obvious one of them all is that he will always have access to you. Knowing where you will be at all times will avoid the kerfuffle of having to arrange dates in different locations. Now it is easy to plan for candle-lit dinners. ‘Netflix and chill’ sessions are effortless. This reduces the stress of having interruptions or censoring conversations, which is often the case when dining at restaurants.

You are living rent-free – Rent is without a doubt one of the main reasons why a lot of people avoid living on their own. The cost is high, and on top of that, other living expenses added onto that would simply drive a person mad. However, having a Sugar Daddy moving you into one of his homes has it’s many benefits…and this is one of them.

You have a lot more space! – As women, we tend to hoard a lot. Whether it’d be clothes, bags, shoes, etc. We enjoy collecting things. Having a house to yourself means you have a lot more room to store these luxury items, without confining them all to one room as you would in your family home.

You have a place all to yourself. You may do whatever the hell you like whenever the hell you like without any restrictions.


Unfortunately, to many situations in life, there are also cons. Some of them being:
As mentioned in the pros, he will always have access to you. This can sometimes be a bad thing. Him knowing where you’ll always be, especially knowing it’s in his property, can potentially leave him having a lot of mental control over you. As much as I would like to think otherwise, there is a possibility that he will have this mentality and use it to his advantage on numerous occasions. Restricting you from having guests around, monitoring your every move, ‘popping up’ and invading your privacy without giving you a heads up. These are some of the things that could potentially happen as soon as, or a few months in you living in his property.

Explaining to your family and friends – Many Sugar Babies are discreetly involved in Sugar Dating. Meaning family and close friends have absolutely no knowledge on this at all. With this being said, moving into your Sugar Daddy’s home will not be an easy feat at all. How will you explain it to them? Will you even explain it to them? Moving out is a bold move for anyone, so whatever you may be hiding, will always come to light eventually, so it’s either you think of a pretty damn good lie and work on the ins and outs of that lie, you bend the truth a bit by letting them know you have a ‘helping hand’, or you just flat out tell them the truth.

Getting The Boot

He has the right to kick you out whenever he wants – Sugar Daddies are in most cases professional men. They also have personal lives. While it’s fair to say that they help us out in many different forms, this isn’t forever. They might end up falling in love one day and ditching the whole Sugar experience. Where does that leave you? Chances are, he would need you to move out of his house as soon as possible. The chances of these situations happening are pretty high. You’ll need to be able to have a Plan B, in case Plan A doesn’t work out.

To conclude, moving into your Sugar Daddy’s home will always have its liabilities. It’s now up to you to assess those liabilities. Then determine whether they are in line to what risks you’re willing to take. Planning ahead is key.