Wonder (Book Review) & Reflections

In a story plagued with self-shame and comparison for August there is a glimmer of hope as he searches for his place in the world around him.  For the majority of his childhood he is home schooled, and avoids exposing himself to the criticisms of life.  He eventually finds himself in  Middle School where he … Continue reading Wonder (Book Review) & Reflections

Seeing and perceiving, hearing and understanding

During a talk I recently listened to the following scripture was paraphrased from Isaiah 6:9: “And he said, Go, and tell this people, Hear ye indeed, but understand not; and see ye indeed, but perceive not.” It is estimated that we make ~35,000 choices each and every day.  Some choices are proactive, and the majority … Continue reading Seeing and perceiving, hearing and understanding

Slow and Steady is winning the race!

Growing up with diapers I internally struggled to understand myself.  Decades later I understand how ineffective this is, and how I should have sought to talk with someone.  I did make one, feeble, attempt at reaching out to my mother but I don’t know how it would have gone.  The last thing a parent wants … Continue reading Slow and Steady is winning the race!

Calling out The times I am wearing, and how they help me – Conversations with my wife

In the past few months my wife and I have taken a bit of a turn with diapers.  We are not having direct, drawn out conversations about diapers. Those conversations that I am looking for where I can further understand myself cause large amounts of stress on her.  Since the last time that we really … Continue reading Calling out The times I am wearing, and how they help me – Conversations with my wife

Weight gain, eating my problems, and diapers place in stress management and running from my problems.

Are diapers a hindrance or helper in my overall mental and physical well-being? I have had a lot going on in the last 8-10 months.  Stresses from every portion of my life have presented themselves, which makes it hard to have a pillar to stand on and also know which thing to attack first.  Typically … Continue reading Weight gain, eating my problems, and diapers place in stress management and running from my problems.

Connecting Spouses of Littles for support

Littles, Adult Babies, Diaper Lovers, and Teen Babies all feel isolated.  Many of us grow up with an affinity for something we don’t understand. Each of us ends up asking ourselves a question along the lines of “why would I want to wear diapers?”  Alone, I don’t think we can answer this question. I found … Continue reading Connecting Spouses of Littles for support

Overwhelmingly positive feelings

I find that most of the things I begin writing about are spurred by emotions that are stressful or painful.  We are driven to change by crisis, and that makes us grow, but I wanted to take a minute and bask in the warmth of a wonderful morning.   Amidst life’s trials I feel whole and … Continue reading Overwhelmingly positive feelings

Sometimes It’s not okay, and that’s okay

Life in diapers, especially since sharing all of myself to my wife, has felt a lot like a country two-step.  Two steps forward, and one step back. The last few months have come in a roller coaster of emotions where consistency wasn’t a luxury.  The silver lining is that I still feel like we are … Continue reading Sometimes It’s not okay, and that’s okay