The adult baby boy slips into the washroom in the morning. On the toilet (because why would he need to lift the seat?) he sees his clothes for the day neatly folded: blue jeans, a shirt that looks ‘cool’ but whose stripes remind him of a toddler outfit, a pair of socks, a belt and – a training diaper.
After a hot shower he gets himself ready – teeth, hair, dressed and calls out “Daddy! I’m ready!” His dad pops in for a quick look, tossles his hair, and lifts up his shirt so he can check that the boy’s diaper sticks out just a little above the waist band of his jeans and then gives the boy a kiss on his cheek.
It’s another day of the week for the adult baby. But in case you thought that all little guys toddle off to school or work in a onesie with a pacifier clipped to it with a ribbon, then you should probably look around: there’s probably an adult baby in the office next door, but you’d never know it!
Or walk down the hallway of your nearby college to spot the AB/DLs – but you’ll probably have to listen for the tell-tale crinkle to find one!
I did a quick scan of people I know on Facebook and different forums, and there are at least a handful of AB/DLs at each major school near me, and that’s based just on people who are active online in connecting and posting about their AB/DL interests. So whether it’s school or work, your little guy probably isn’t alone, and he won’t be the ONLY one with his diapers on under his jeans.
Training Pants and Pull-Ups
But when it comes to getting dressed for the ‘big world’ a lot of little guys not only find training pants more discrete, they actually prefer a pair of Goodnites or Pull-Ups under their clothes. Goodnites give off a reassuring crinkle noise and a lot of Pull-Up style diapers have babyish or kid-type patterns that people respond to.
Even for larger boys there are lots of options including cloth pants with thick inserts, ‘all-in-ones’, and plastic pants. In a pinch, even undies can do the trick if they have patterns like trucks or superheroes on them, although they’re least preferred.
But one thing every AB should know as he walks out the door: his dad doesn’t see a ‘guy’ headed off to the office, he sees an AB – an adult who’s a baby boy, and there’s never an ‘off switch’ for being his amazing little boy.