I’m sometimes asked whether I’d change an adult baby/little boy in a public restroom. The idea that a diaper lover or AB might be changed in public places is an important question – and it can really strike to the heart of whether someone would be able to integrate the fact that they wear diapers into the activities of life. … Read the rest
In the ideal world, you meet someone special and he becomes your daddy. Over time, your sense of trust deepens and you find that the baby or little boy inside doesn’t have to hide. Daddy takes care of you, changes you, dresses you and spends time with you.
Your sense of self feels complete – you never feel as if … Read the rest
You’re put into a clean diaper for the night. Maybe you were dressed in a sleeper or your Spongebob PJs. You have your paci in your mouth and your teddy bear in your arms.
Daddy tucks you into your crib or racing car bed and gives you a kiss on the cheek.
The night light is on, and daddy quietly … Read the rest
For dad, diaper checks are practical, sure. But they’re also very special moments.
For myself, checking to see if a little … Read the rest
The way you hold your favorite stuffed toy close to your chest, the way you smile when daddy pats your diapered bum, the blush of pleasure you get as you sit in your high chair and the bib is tied around your neck, and the way you hide underneath the blanket fort in the living room with one foot sticking … Read the rest
To be honest, this has often been a real point of insecurity for me. Noticing that a little guy has a dark spot on the … Read the rest
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
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
The past few months have been really busy. I visited 6 cities on four trips over 5 weeks. I had to write my business plan for the coming years and it was a radical change from the past.
So when I found myself this weekend with a surprise holiday it was a welcome chance to take some time for myself. … Read the rest
Writing this blog has been such a wonderful experience for me. I started it because for years now I’ve explored different sides of who I am and have come to realize a few things: one, caring for someone else gave me some of the greatest joy I’ve experienced; and two, although I sometimes resist it, I’ve always been more of … Read the rest