The parallel of a massage

During a follow up part of our conversation my wife shared that she might understand a little bit about what diapers do for me through her enjoyment of massages.  My wife works in a high-stress environment and has a standing monthly massage that can be more frequent if she needs them.  She related to me … Continue reading The parallel of a massage

The strength of a spouse

“This isn’t going away, is it?”  What a powerful question, and a bit of insight into the mind of my wife.  I’m sure the last year hasn’t been easy.  My wife and I picked up a conversation about diapers that wasn’t planned, and we covered a lot of topics and emotions.  It was the best … Continue reading The strength of a spouse

A Friend’s Voice – The road to where we want to be

Recently on our Discord Server (message me if you’d like an invite) someone who goes by the name sirdinosaur1104 posed the question about goals regarding our significant others.  While people chimed in I saw pieces of their answers in my own life.  I think there are “mile markers” or significant milestones along the road that … Continue reading A Friend’s Voice – The road to where we want to be

What we choose to focus on will grow

There are so many versions of this quote, but the last few times I heard it in a meeting or a Facebook post, or in passing it resonated with me in a different way. Whatever we put out time, attention, and passion into will grow (whether that be healthy or destructive).  So many time when … Continue reading What we choose to focus on will grow

Not all pacifiers are pacis

We all have that thing that takes us to a place of peace.  For some of us it is an experience or activity.  For some of us it is an object.  What is your weighted blanket, diaper, or pacifier?  Through a little series of experiences I think I’m seeing something that provides that to my … Continue reading Not all pacifiers are pacis

One minute of patience

The last year has taught me a lot about myself.  I’m learning how much I didn’t allow myself to understand about myself.  I spent three decades trying to hide part of myself from anyone else, but more importantly from myself.  I would binge amidst feelings and desires I didn’t understand, and then be ashamed of … Continue reading One minute of patience

She was way too good at that!

I had another “little step” or small progression that deepened my love for my spouse.  While gearing up for a day working in my home office I decided that I would pad up with a cloth-backed diaper.  While they have trade offs in the use, absorbency, and smell department I can wear one more easily … Continue reading She was way too good at that!

An unintentional step back

I recently shared in an earlier post about how important timing is. Most of us spend years worrying about this conversation, and others like it.  I honestly felt that when I got married that new part of my life with my wife, and eventually children, would fill whatever part of my life needed diapers.  Eventually … Continue reading An unintentional step back

Being proud of something about you

A few nights ago I was helping my youngest son with his spelling list for the week.  He, like many six year old boys, has a very quick style of writing that sometimes resembles the English language.  More than the way to spell the words I worked with him on focusing on how we wrote … Continue reading Being proud of something about you