With Christmas almost upon us, Daddy will have his hands full with an excited adult baby or little boy.
Dreams of Santa and of special gifts under the Christmas tree will leave him jumping up and down and insisting on tugging your hand and dragging you into yet another toy store. Even if your little guy doesn’t celebrate Christmas, it’s … Read the rest
You slip into the nursery in the morning. Your little boy is asleep, his blanky a tangled mess at his feet. In the soft lighting of the room, you can already see that you were smart to put him in a night diaper: he soaked it while he slept and needs a morning change.
It’s the weekend and the adult baby or little boy in your life has been looking forward to some dedicated time with ‘daddy’. With the warmer weather, you know it’s time to get outdoors – a trip to the zoo or a walk to the park to play on the swings.
If you’ve already dressed your adult baby in his crinkly thick diaper then why would you need to use plastic pants as well? With a cloth diapes plastic pants are essential of course, but why would a daddy use them over disposables? And is there a reason for babyish prints on his plastic pants?
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
I often get e-mails from people asking for advice on diapers. But to be honest, I usually hesitate to post reviews because I don’t want to sound like a commercial, and I know that when it comes to diapers a daddy simply will never make all the little boys out there happy.
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
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.
For the dad who’s taking care of a little boy, you might think the rules are different than caring for an adult baby or toddler. But I personally still stick to a few personal rules: create a space of trust and safety, be creative, and act in recognition that your little guy is giving you a gift and that he … Read the rest