Monday Mornings for the Adult Baby

I must be one of the few people in the world who LOVES Mondays. I love the start of a new week, the possibilities, the responsibilities ahead. But for the adult baby, Mondays can often be a bit, well, depressing or drab.

Mondays can often mean it’s time to get back to school or work. It can mean more adult … Read the rest

Are Diapers the Why or the How for the Adult Baby?

An awesome ‘little’ guy who reads this blog wrote to me about some of his feelings and made a comment about diapers: “The diapers are only material things that exist to help us ABs get into the mindset we desire.”

And it had me wondering: are diapers part of a series of steps to being an adult baby? Could you … Read the rest

Story: Cody, The Diaper Boy Next Door

You sometimes hear the term ‘boy next door’ and it gives you the idea of some sexy kid with floppy hair and a lop-sided grin who drives the neighbors crazy with desire as he mows the lawn.

Now, I’ve never met anyone like that, which isn’t to say you don’t see some kid at the mall or beach and notice … Read the rest

Morning in His Crib for the Adult Baby

It’s Saturday morning in the adult baby nursery. The light coming through the windows shows it’s a sunny morning, but it isn’t too bright – the pale blue curtains keep the room comfortably darkened. The night light doesn’t seem as strong in the day, but it still accentuates the bars of the crib and the change table.

Saturday mornings can … Read the rest

Adult Baby Nursery Supplies

What are the critical supplies to have on hand for a diaper lover or adult baby? You may not be able to have (or necessarily want) a full nursery, but it seems to me that at the very least you should have a well-stocked changing area for your little one.… Read the rest

Boys Wet Their Pants: Why TB/DLs Can’t Stay Dry

For the adult or teen diaper lover, life doesn’t always let them wear their diapers as much as they’d like. Not every boy is lucky enough to wear 24/7, some don’t want to, and some aren’t able to because of their living situation. I hope that if I can be a ‘dad’ some day to a ‘son’ that they’ll feel … Read the rest