Right in the jellies..

During a time of family, turkey, and the occasional football game or 5K the cliche moment is to share something that we are thankful for.  This year in particular I am thankful for my wife. I have shared so much with her this year, and learned so much about my little side. She has been there for the ride, and is trying really hard.  I know that she is outside her comfort zone, and seeing her still making the effort gets me right in the jellies.

I am truly blessed to be able to associate with her and her love.  We continue to learn and grow together, and the fact that I am able to do some of that diapered speaks volumes.  Diapers are my thing, my burden, and something that I continue to work through but she is along for the ride.

To all of the spouses of ABDLs, thank you.  Whatever part on the journey you find yourself with your partner, thank you for taking them by the hand and trying to understand them.  I cannot understand how difficult that journey must be, but you are complete rock stars for giving it a try. Sharing this part of ourselves is one of the hardest things we will ever do, right after how hard it was to begin to come to grips with it ourselves.  You help us find ourselves, and who we truly are as littles, as diaper lovers, as adult babies, as your spouses. 

To those spouses who do not know yet, or are just finding out.  Breathe! Please take a long, slow, deep breathe. Your spouse is still very much your spouse, and the fact that they want to share this with you exposes them in a way you cannot imagine.  They are most vulnerable when they utter those words to you. Often this is the very first time they have uttered the words, so please do not take that moment of trust for granted.  Please find yourself, and give them a big hug.

Now go grab another piece of pumpkin pie, or whatever your favorite turkey day indulgence is and enjoy yourself.

Know you are awesome, and we are very thankful you are part of our lives!

2 thoughts on “Right in the jellies..

  1. Thank you for sharing. I have so much to be grateful for, and as much again in this regard. As with essentially every ABDL, dealing with these desires throughout my entire conscious  life has been a climb to Everest’s peak.
    I am grateful for all the support, understanding, and love shown me by parents, siblings, and friends who have not abandoned me or validated my own feelings of being a freak.
    But of all those who have helped me feel loved, despite being more deeply aware of my thoughts and feelings concerning diapers than any of the above mentioned people, I am most grateful for my amazing wife!!


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