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
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
In the first three parts of our story, a new lodger finds himself embarrassed by a wet bed and the need for nappies – but the diapers open up a new level of trust and connection between Andy and Tim. But will an unexpected Christmas together be awkward, or have they maybe found their ‘chosen family’?
In part one of our story, the narrator feels a growing attachment to his lodger. In the next chapters, an illness brings the two closer and we hear the word ‘dad’ in an unexpected context! For the full series, you can click here. And a special thanks again to Anthony for submitting such an awesome tale!
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