Cause and Effect – Problem Solving Series – Session 4

The things we do have direct and indirect impacts on the people, circumstances, and situations around us.  Even the environment around us is affected by our actions, our mood, and the way we present ourselves. The mood we present changes the environment around us and the warmth or chill that we emanate to others.  Our … Continue reading Cause and Effect – Problem Solving Series – Session 4

Being empowered by wearing in public and wanting to tell a friend

Why would anyone in their right mind want to wear a diaper in public?  Well okay, why would anyone in their right mind CHOOSE to wear a diaper voluntarily, period?!  So many times I have asked myself that kind of question without really having the answer within grasp. Yes, I wear diapers, and yes I … Continue reading Being empowered by wearing in public and wanting to tell a friend

Data and Facts – Problem Solving Series – Session 3

Data and Facts can be confused or mixed in the wrong way when we are trying to solve a problem.  Put simply, data is about counting and reporting.  This can be how often something does or does not happen and can often be categorized and put into groupings.  Facts are reports and descriptions of things … Continue reading Data and Facts – Problem Solving Series – Session 3

Taking the first step amidst our trials

Waiting on the Lord - Jeffrey R. Holland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DVpRFRFKME We get so tired with our desire to wear diapers.  Something that has been placed on our shoulders that we didn’t ask for. How long do we wait for relief? So many of our questions surrounding diapers begin with “Why?”  We ask why a trail or … Continue reading Taking the first step amidst our trials

What the GEMBA?! – Problem Solving – Session 2

How we view problems, and then how we choose to attack them speaks volumes about who we are.  Thomas Edison is attributed with saying, “I didn’t fail.  I just found 2,000 ways not to make a lightbulb.  I only needed to find one way to make it work.” When we are able to recognize problems … Continue reading What the GEMBA?! – Problem Solving – Session 2

There will be bread

General Conference October 2020 - Saturday Afternoon Session - Bishop W. Christopher Waddell Calamities and trials WILL come in our lives.  They can be personal or general in nature, and vary in severity and impact.  Diapers find themselves, in my own life at least, on both sides of this conversation.  They have been the trial, … Continue reading There will be bread

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

A book from my childhood.  I had a day like that recently.  It didn’t start out that way, and it helped me remember that every day isn’t all cupcakes.  I’ve begun wearing onesies a little more often.  Not every time, but I rather enjoy how they “feel” when I have one on.  It extends the … Continue reading Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

The burdens we choose to bear alone (when we don’t have to)

More often than not we choose not to leverage the power of the Gospel in our lives.  We make the choice to let go of the Iron Rod, and stumble in the dark.  This life is about gaining our mortal bodies, and learning through our own experiences and choices.  Through our strife, our troubles, our … Continue reading The burdens we choose to bear alone (when we don’t have to)

Kink, Fetish, Quirk? What words do we use?

I have the hardest time with the word fetish as it relates to my ABDL side.  The same goes for the word kink as well.  We all have a word that we use to describe our connection with diapers, and I pull back when I hear people use the word fetish/kink.   Fetish is defined as … Continue reading Kink, Fetish, Quirk? What words do we use?