Adult Baby Clothing: Onesie or Romper? What’s Your Pick?

From sailor suits to brightly colored t-shirts, from shortalls to sleepers – there’s an outfit for every occasion for the adult baby.

One of the amazing things about caring for an adult baby or ‘little boy’ is the number of ways you can help him express his personality by dressing him in clothing that suits his spirit and inner age.… Read the rest

Rompers for the Adult Baby

Whether you’re looking after an adult baby, toddler or little boy, you’ll need to put careful thought into having a wardrobe for your little tyke.

Now, as odd as it may seem for a daddy without a baby boy around the house, I have a pretty full closet from when I was looking after someone.

Plus – well, I just … Read the rest

Swim Diapers for the Adult Baby?

With summer fast approaching, your adult baby or toddler will soon be pulling at your arm to take him to the pool, beach or lake. But how does a daddy handle his little guy’s needs when it comes to time in the water? Does a boy need diapers for time in the pool or lake?

For myself, there are a … Read the rest

An Adult’s Summer in Diapers

For the adult baby or diaper lover, summers have their share of challenges. Hot days lead to hot diapers and, as one special person suggested, are a good enough reason for someone to invent air conditioned Pampers. (They can put a man on the moon after all!)

When daddy has you in full time diapers there are practical considerations when … Read the rest

Spring Time for the Adult Baby

The first sign of spring where I’m from and people dig out their shorts, clear off the patios, and head out doors. There’s something really nice about the delayering that happens after a long winter – the bulky coats come off, the sweaters, and people look less like marshmallows and more like people.

But for the adult baby, spring time … Read the rest

Clothes for the Adult Baby


I had some time last night to finish some of my early spring cleaning – emptying out a bunch of boxes from when I had renovated, mostly, and tossing all sorts of old papers, faded magazines and the other junk you collect for no real reason, it just sort of collects.

Now, I’m not a pack rat. I have a … Read the rest