This post is in “preview mode” for our Crinkle Club members! It will be available for everyone on April 18th.
As a Daddy, I love the idea! I love the idea of being able to care for a little one and create a fully encompassing space where he can explore what it means to be little, obedient, vulnerable and protected.
I want him to learn to use his diapers without thinking. I want his diapers to be a constant reminder that there is a side to him that he needs to embrace, a symbol of his little side, a crinkly reminder that he accepts that he is better off being cared for by others.
Members have a chance to “Ask Daddy” in our ABDLDaddy Discord server! Here are some of the answers! Questions this week included:
I would love to know any clever strategies that Daddy and other bigs may have developed over the years to help a shy boy overcome any nervousness he might feel about expressing his little self.
How does a little fully grasp the concept that he NEEDS his diapers? With or without a daddy there?
I would love to hear Daddy’s thoughts in particular on spanking. How and when it’s appropriate, and how it can bring a daddy and boy even closer together if used with care. I have a feeling that Daddy’s take on it would be quite sweet actually.
If you’re a Daddy to an adult baby boy, it might seem counter-intuitive to put him in training pants or pull-ups. Doesn’t he belong in diapers? Aren’t diapers more secure? And honestly – doesn’t he look cute in a nice thick babyish-looking diaper as he waddles around the house?
Imagine walking down Main Street with your adult baby or little boy. You wave at the other Daddies. You comment on how cute their little guys are. Your neighbour’s ‘son’ is dressed in shortalls and they’re headed into the diaper store to pick up supplies.
It’s a world where ABDL behaviours are accepted, where every other person is diapered (and … Read the rest
If you picture taking your adult baby or little boy out to the park, you might picture him in shortalls or a cute t-shirt, wearing a backpack emblazoned with cartoons, or laughing on the swings in slightly too-tight shorts while wearing running shoes with velcro instead of laces.
But sometimes the best way to take your little boy out for … Read the rest