While traveling this week, I’ve been thinking a little about the experiences I’ve had with diaper lovers and adult babies. Now, there haven’t been that many but the experiences had a deep and lasting impact.
One of the reasons I started this blog was that it’s hard to find other information online that might help me to explain or understand … Read the rest
Does bed wetting when you’re younger connect to a love for diapers or being babied later in life? Does the diaper lover who grew up with wet sheets feel differently about loving diapers later in life than someone who didn’t?
I’m not sure I have an answer to this one. But one thing I’ve noticed is that for some people, … Read the rest
It seems to me there’s no middle ground when it comes to diapers, especially for teen or adult babies. Pampers introduction not so long ago of size 8 recognized that not every kid grows out of diapers at the same age but….well, then what?
Even Underjams, Goodnights and other training pants assume that you’re training, that the diapers need to … Read the rest
I recently wrote about what ‘dad’ is thinking when changing an adult baby or diaper lover and the different feelings that might be going through his son’s mind. This is a topic I’m sure I’ll return to again and again.
When there is care and trust between two people there are all sorts of ways to express it. You can … Read the rest
I can’t think of anything more adorable than an adult baby or diaper lover with a paci in his mouth. I suspect that loving your paci isn’t restricted to those who are babies – your ‘little’ age can be anything from toddler to teen and the paci can still be the perfect accessory.
For the adult diaper lover, being changed is probably on par with needing to be changed in the first place. Some adult babies don’t seem to mind putting off being changed and sure won’t tell dad when they’re wet or messy. Others will start to pout even if their diapers are only slightly moist and it might be daddy who … Read the rest
For the adult baby or toddler, nothing can make bedtime more special than a footed sleeper. Getting your little one ready for bed in his thicker night diaper and then zipping him up in a fleece sleeper can both instantly settle him down and make him feel all cuddly and warm.
For many adult babies, the ‘diaper lover’ part of them is more important than acting younger. Baby or toddler time is relatively rare but still happens on occasion. But there IS a reason they call it AB/DL – to differentiate between those who simply like being diapered, and those who like the feeling of being their true ‘little’ selves.… Read the rest