What it felt like in the beginning

While talking with a diaper lover recently he asked me about what diapers feel like for me.  What emotions they evoke, and how I was able to separate arousal from the comfort need to wear them.  I hadn’t put a lot of thought down memory lane for some time in relation to my first adult … Continue reading What it felt like in the beginning

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

Marriage and diapers, or wanting to “grow up”

It is interesting to me to see how the urge and desire of diapers have come and gone throughout my life.  It may be partially opportunity and availability, and partially out of need. When I returned home from my mission I had the opportunity to wear more, and I remember being excited as it was … Continue reading Marriage and diapers, or wanting to “grow up”

My “attempt” to talk about it with my parents

I just finished another post where I referenced this part of my story, and I realized that I should probably explain this vain attempt at telling my parents to provide a bit of context for Hello rock, meet hard place (coming 8/1/2019) before posting it.  There is no huge reveal in this story, I don’t … Continue reading My “attempt” to talk about it with my parents