This post is exclusive for ABDL Crinkle Club Members.
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.
Won’t you consider joining the ABDL Crinkle Club? It includes access to our Discord Server – which is honestly one of the nicest groups of people that I know!
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 new Daddy (or Mommy!) to the world of taking care of an adult baby or little boy, it can sometimes feel like you’re learning a new language. Or, at the very least, you’re learning an old language all over again!
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I was confused. I had spent years struggling with my feelings about being a caretaker, a ‘Daddy’, and had a hard time knowing whether my feelings were valid. I didn’t know whether there was a place for my feelings in a world that often seems to focus on sexual pleasure over sensual caring, on domination over giving, on the requirements … Read the rest