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?
As a Daddy to an adult baby or little boy, you need to help create a safe space for him to explore his ‘little side’.
But sometimes … Read the rest
You’re cooking dinner and your adult baby boy wanders into the kitchen, paci in his mouth, diapers crinkling loudly under his shortalls.
In his right hand his favourite plushy. And in his left hand he holds his blankie, which drags slightly along the kitchen floor.
You think for a second about telling him to be careful – his blankie will … Read the rest
picaby is an app for iPhone that helps little ones to create fun photos – hopefully to share with their daddies and mommies, but also across all of those social media feeds!
It’s amazing to me how much has changed since I started this blog in 2010. Back then, it was almost impossible to find ABDL photos except behind the … Read the rest
You crouch down with your adult baby or little boy and take out a colouring book. You open up the super box of crayons and show him all of the different colours. And then you ask him which page he wants to colour in.
For the Daddy to the adult baby, colouring books might seem like they’re too ‘little’ to … Read the rest
Like many communities, ABDL has its own definitions, its own language. But for those who are new to exploring their ‘little side’, some of it can be a bit overwhelming.
I was recently chatting with someone who is new to exploring ABDL. They were more familiar with terminology from BDSM. They knew what a ‘Master’ was, but wanted to understand … Read the rest
Daddy gets his little one ready for the day. Makes sure he’s had a bath. Puts him in a diaper. And then, at the last minute, adds a pair of plastic pants.
Putting on his jeans, shorts or dress pants, Daddy then checks him. The plastic pants poke up above the waist band.
Daddy smiles, pats his adult baby or … Read the rest
We were far from home. In a different country. Two little guys on a big adventure.
To me, I saw someone who was clearly a baby boy. I saw a toddler who waddled slightly as he walked.
They looked free. Happy.
Travels with the Adult Baby Boy
There is something about being far away from home. Like any vacation, inhibitions … Read the rest
How does an adult baby boy meet his Daddy? Is it possible for caregivers to connect and create meaningful relationships with their own ‘littles’ or DLs?
I first started this blog in 2010. It sure was a different time!