It’s a beautiful day where I live, and it feels like summer is starting to set in! For you dads out there, it’s the perfect time to get your little guy in a nice thick diaper, put him in a pair of shorts or jeans, and go for a long walk.
Some of my best memories are long strolls through the city with someone I was caring for, and as the weather warmed up we’d find a park and he’d lie on the grass, shirt off, diaper peeking up over the top of his shorts.
Summers are about carefree feelings and warm sensations. It make a daddy feel proud of his little guy knowing that he feels safe and protected enough to not worry too much about the tell-tale bulge of his diaper under his shorts.
I remember the first time that the weather was hot and my diapered little guy took off his shirt as we were walking down to the board walk. The glances he had from people noticing the white strip of his diaper didn’t seem to bother him, and he walked proudly beside me. There was something about the warm weather that triggers a feeling of being at peace with ourselves and relaxed in the world.
A daddy can help his son enjoy the summer months in all kinds of ways – trips to the zoo, park, beach, or just downtown for a walk. It’s a special time, and he might feel a new bond with you as he realizes that with the winter layers peeled off, it’s more likely that others might notice something unusual in the slight waddle in his step or the crinkly bulge beneath his clothes.
As he gets to a new level of comfort with this, he’s really giving daddy a vote of confidence and love, and expressing his sense of trust in the care that daddy is providing. A daddy should repay this amazing gift with kindness and extra care.
But I’m curious about your summer experiences.
Have you ever had that sense of release from winter, that sudden rush of relaxation and felt like you simply wanted to run in just a diaper along the beach? And what kinds of things do you hope daddy will do with you in the summer months?
As we approach the official start of summer, a big hug to you all, and I hope you and your daddy’s have an awesome time.