Three different runs, with three different coaches, that all brought a similar message back to me. I had been really struggling with myself, and many of the pressures and stresses that surrounded me. Here, in the quiet and dark I found the voices of a pre-recorded, guided run telling me a similar message (perhaps that … Continue reading Every diaper is different
This question has the power to penetrate each and every one of us. It can be a small version of the question when we are thinking of volunteering to coach a little league team, the medium version of the question where we are considering applying for a new position or career, or the supersized version … Continue reading Am I Enough?
During family scripture study this year we have been discussing the Old Testament. If your family is anything like mine we have historically focused less on these books in the Bible. My wife has been doing a great job in helping the children stay consistent in their studies, and we’ve had some discussions outside the … Continue reading “My heart is softening” – My wife’s growth
In a talk, Thomas S. Monson shares a story of while in the military he felt like he was standing alone. While in formation the leadership began to explain where the various denominations would worship on the military base on Sunday. A list was ran through, and in time the group shrank. President Monson came … Continue reading Standing alone, or feeling like we are
I hear the financial burden of ABDL, printed diapers come up a lot while discussing with other adult babies, littles, and diapers lovers. Many of those I talk with choose to wear a diaper. They are not incontinent requiring them to tape up 24/7. Most of us choose to powder and pad up for comfort … Continue reading The cost of happiness. Spending three to four dollars on a diaper (worth it!)
While being awoken on Father's Day morning by my daughter with a wonderful combination of foods that I like for breakfast I sat in bed thinking about what it means to be a father. All that it entails, and that I'm part of that club. I am part of the group being celebrated today, and … Continue reading The roles that we play
We all must pass through trial and experience in order to truly gain empathy and understanding with certain aspects of life. I have seen and felt a mother's love, but I will never be able to truly have that connection with my children. A father's love is different, by design, and serves a very different … Continue reading Son to father, and back again..
Am I All In? During a recent Stake Conference (multi-congregational gathering of members of my Church) the topic of one of the speakers was centered around the concept of being "all in." He was referring to the concept of being all in with the Gospel, and our dedication to our faith. Stories of trial, and … Continue reading Being “all in” with who we are
There is a quote by the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland that i’ve used before, and it must have significance in my life because I used it to tee up a similar post in the past named Being SMART with diapers. When we know what we want, the path becomes more distinguishable. We will … Continue reading Our goal must be clear – Problem Solving Series – Session 7
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