After a long winter and a few months of feeling very very wet and listening to lots of rain, it always seems like warmer weather doesn’t just creep up it arrives with a bang. Suddenly the sun is out and it’s not just nice out it’s actually hot!
(At least in climates like where I live, which has a winter … Read the rest
When you imagine yourself with a daddy you might imagine your crib, your paci, your high chair. Maybe you picture the days you spend playing with your toys, the shortalls daddy will dress you in, or the cartoons you’ll watch together.
And all of those things are part of the very special relationship between a daddy and his little boy, … Read the rest
You slip a finger along the leg of his diaper. You feel a damp diaper but you’re not sure how wet it is, and so you undo the snaps on his onesie to see if he needs a change. Looking at the diaper and giving it a little squeeze, you know that your little guy is wet and probably needs … Read the rest
There’s something comforting about your change table.
The plastic covering crinkles beneath you as daddy gets you out of your wet diaper. The nearby stacks of diapers are a reminder that you need them and that daddy has made certain that you won’t run out.
You look up to see daddy smiling at you as he changes you. At this … Read the rest
Is it best to keep an adult baby in diapers, or does the occasional attempt at potty training make sense? Are there times when caring for a boy feels more like having a little boy in the house, or will he always be your diapered toddler?
Sometimes life will have its own surprises. It has for me these past few … Read the rest
What’s your favorite plushy? Do you have a teddy bear that has seen you through thick and thin? Do you cuddle with your stuffed animal at night or quietly slip him into your backpack so he’s with you at school?
For a daddy to an adult baby or little boy, a plushy, and especially that ONE plushy from which your … Read the rest
It’s mid-afternoon. The weekend. You decide to put your little boy down for a nap but he kicks up a fuss. It occurs to you that even though he’s your little boy he’s also an adult baby and maybe adults don’t NEED naps.
Sometimes it’s only after you’ve made a decision that you realize how simple something is to decide.
You’re with a group of friends, and you’re debating about where to eat, or what movie to go to, and the conversation circles around and there are pros and cons, opinions and dislikes but you just can’t seem to decide.