Tip number one for a proper diapering? Have Daddy do it.
Unfortunately, the last year has made it more difficult than ever for Daddy to be there for proper diaper checks and changes. And not every little one is able to connect with a ‘big’ who can properly help with diapering.
If you’re a Daddy to an adult baby boy, the task can seem daunting: first, you need to unpotty train him. Then, you need to slowly replace all of the adult things in his life. You need to get him used to the sleepers and onesies, the cribs and high chairs.
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Your baby boy will feel like he’s free to play and to get lost in ‘little space’ without feeling so self-conscious.
Now, most little ones I know enjoy the feeling of a wet diaper. So maybe his secret belief that his diaper is properly hidden will mean that he can get away with a squishy diaper for just a little while longer?
But that’s the devious part of a romper: because while they DO keep a diaper secure, a Daddy can tell when his little guy is wet. A romper can’t hide the way a diaper sags slightly as it gets properly used.
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The more time goes on, the harder it is to remember life before Daddy took you into his care. There have been too many bath times, diaper changes and snuggle sessions to count. It feels like you’ve always been his baby boy and life before was just a dream you had so very long ago.
Sunday mornings are lazy and a time to relax. For a Daddy to an adult baby or little boy, they can also provide a special moment: you wake up to find your little guy has a wet diaper and is snuggling up to you. It can be the perfect way to start the day!
“The adventures of Saturday ended with a floppy, sleepy baby! He smells like baby shampoo and soap after his bath, and like baby powder after you get him thickly diapered for the night. End of day cuddles with Daddy end with him falling asleep in your arms.”