Standing proud, even while padded

I’m still me, even in diapers.  The powerful realization that despite all the shame and self bashing of how I must be a horrible person for having a connection with diapers that I am still able to do good things.  I am still able to be useful to God and his Son. Standing in front … Continue reading Standing proud, even while padded

Speaking YOUR language

When we learn to accept and understand ourselves, we are able to begin speaking "our" language.  The language of who we truly are. Finding our own voice, and learning how to articulate that to first ourselves and then others will empower us to become better people. This concept came from my little sister who, at … Continue reading Speaking YOUR language

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

Principle 12 – I [was] desirous that my family should partake

*Sorry for missing my Sunday post.  I have been unavailable, and have been playing catch up with my study of the last principle.  I also didn’t realize how much I would have to write about this last principle, but I feel like I am using it to wrap up my study of this book.  In … Continue reading Principle 12 – I [was] desirous that my family should partake

What do we resolve to be?

During this time of the year there is an abundance of gym memberships, goals, and fad-dieting brought into people’s lives.  We want to make changes, but do we commit? Do we resolve to change ourselves?  The definition of resolve uses the words “firm determination” more than once in its various definitions.  We all want to: … Continue reading What do we resolve to be?

Cookie-cutter solutions, and our unique circumstances

While talking with a Diaper Lover we discussed his boundaries he has set for himself.  I have found it interesting that we all do that in some form or fashion. We set our own soft and hard limits on what we are comfortable with regarding diapers and that lifestyle.  Sometimes these limits are placed on … Continue reading Cookie-cutter solutions, and our unique circumstances

Moderation in all things, too much of a good thing, and Care Bears

Recently, I had a work trip coupled with a family trip where I met up with everyone else.  It was an opportunity for me to wear a few days in a row. While getting ready to drive to the customer’s premise I decided to pad up for the trip, and put a printed diaper out … Continue reading Moderation in all things, too much of a good thing, and Care Bears