Adult Babies, Diaper Lovers, Littles, or whatever we call ourselves often are very vulnerable to comments and criticisms. We are all too hard on ourselves for a large part of our lives that when it comes from external sources we can struggle. Building up the courage to share who we are with someone else is … Continue reading Being willing to forgive our best friends – Heart to Heart, Principle 5
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 … Continue reading Right in the jellies..
While in Church a previous Sunday it was announced that a Heart To Heart class would be starting at the ward, or congregational level, in the coming months. I think I let the announcement float over me the first time. Then again, it was discussed more, and my wife and I both talked about attending … Continue reading Heart to Heart, a series – Introduction
During the Great Depression in 1938 Harvard University began a study on 268 of their sophomores in an effort to discover what leads to long-term happy and healthy lives. This study has since expanded to include the offspring of the original candidates, and as of April 2017 nineteen of the original candidates were still alive … Continue reading Long-term happiness, for the little & their spouse
While emailing back and forth with another Diaper Lover I made a comment that he pointed out. “I want diapers, but I don’t want to want diapers.” It is that internal battle that racks so many of us as we grow up, often siloed to ourselves, trying to figure this out. Why would anyone want … Continue reading I want diapers, but I don’t want to want diapers.
Not fifteen minutes after I finished writing maybe it's not binge Purge I had a moment. A moment I would definitely classify as "life-alerting." It has been a rough few weeks, and a roller coaster seems appropriate, but not accurate. My feelings have been all over the map. I had fought back and forth between … Continue reading “I’m good”
There is an individual and family study program developed for the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. This program is called Come, Follow Me and it provides a study guide for my family to have Gospel discussions in our home throughout the week. We began our week talking about being united … Continue reading United
What are we willing to give, and for what cause? During the Fourth of July holiday week/end I had been thinking about the armed servicemen and women of the United States of America. The sacrifice they give each and every day so we can live in a manner we choose. Coupled with that I watched … Continue reading Sacrifice, or what we are willing to give
The hardest part about my journey to self acceptance and understanding has been that my person, my best friend is the person I cannot be little around. I cannot vent or be 100% vulnerable because of discomfort that is felt from both of us. I feel so conflicted and torn, but the person I would … Continue reading My person, my best, and the “whys” inside my head