Boys Will Be Little

Following up yesterday’s post about picnics in the park, I simply had to share this photo of – well, of a little boy in a tree! (Click on the image for full size).

Special thanks to Dumpling for this amazing moment in the park – for the perfect little boy expression on his face and of course his awesome outfit … Read the rest

The Adult Baby Picnic: Rule #1 – Pack the Diapers!

It’s the weekend and the adult baby or little boy in your life has been looking forward to some dedicated time with ‘daddy’. With the warmer weather, you know it’s time to get outdoors – a trip to the zoo or a walk to the park to play on the swings.

You’ll find that you don’t need to make things … Read the rest

Saturday Adventures with the Adult Baby

It’s Saturday morning. You’re in bed and you hear the pitter patter of little feet. (Well, not so little, let’s say a ‘little’s feet’).

You smile but pretend to be sleeping. Suddenly, with a whoosh and a cry of “daddddy” your little guy jumps on top of you. You give a big growl and then flip him over in a … Read the rest

Saturday Morning with the Adult Baby

When I was growing up cartoons were an excuse, really, for the parents to sleep in. The kids had a distraction, they could survive on cereal, and only once did I almost burn the house down when the toast got stuck in the toaster and I was too wrapped up in Mighty Mouse to notice.

But as an adult, I’m … Read the rest

Snow Time for the Adult Baby


Olympic fever. Snow in half the country. It’s time to start thinking about hitting the slopes with the adult baby.

Now, I love skiing. I always have. But I think a big part of the attraction of many winter sports is – well, no one can tell you have a diaper on underneath.… Read the rest

At the Lake in Diapers for the Adult Baby

It’s winter and I can’t help feeling like either heading somewhere warm and sitting by a pool with a good book or, at the very least, imagining the summer to come. This time of year leaves me feeling a little drab – nothing like slush and grey skies to make you feel like you’re slightly rumpled and salt stained.

But … Read the rest