So, I wanted to show everyone how I usually do my Bambino Diapers when I am going out for a long night (i.e. Friday or Saturday night with friends). So, last night before I went out with Peter and some of our friends I took a photo of how I usually do my diaper.

Bambino Diaper with Booster

Notice how you can see where I place the booster for ME.  I place it more in the seat of the diaper but for males, at least Peter, he places his booster usually towards the front of the diaper more in order to absorb the urine better.  But, I usually wear a nice booster in the seat of a Bambino Diaper or Molicare or whatever diaper I choose to wear that night and that usually provides me the protection I need for a long time.

In case you were wondering, yes these are the older Bambino Diapers – I have some still laying around – note the blue on the waistband..

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15 Comments

  1. zib April 10, 2011 at 3:54 pm - Reply

    im first wooho

  2. Wes April 10, 2011 at 3:57 pm - Reply

    What kind of booster is that? You offer great advice in your blog and i thank you for helping me and countless others. I will get boosters next

  3. black-dragon April 11, 2011 at 2:27 am - Reply

    Hey Adrian. Nice to see you back. I’m sure you have your own reasons between postings. I remeber when I very first ordered my very first Bambino diaper samples a few years ago and they had the blue color waist band. I kinda miss that after seeing this picture here. I think they should bring that back. Maybe we should all contact Bambino again about that little feature right there. I know I will just for fun. I still have a good number of diapers left from my recent order. Take it easy and we all look forward to your next topic that you have in mind.

  4. Tom April 11, 2011 at 2:41 pm - Reply

    Adrian – just out of interest, why do you wear Bambino Classicos in “every day” situations (such as in this pic) as opposed to the Biancos?

  5. Adrian April 11, 2011 at 2:44 pm - Reply

    I don’t always wear Bambino Classico in everyday situations all the time…sometimes I wear Attends, Molicare, Secure and sometimes even Tena. It sort of depends on the situation, my mood, etc. Its never a set thing 🙂

  6. Nicky April 12, 2011 at 8:46 am - Reply

    Like me, I always like diapers with more padding in the Seat Area. So out of curiosity, what is the difference between Bambino and Dry 24/7

  7. Adam April 12, 2011 at 10:34 pm - Reply

    Hey, I love you blog, I just wanted to threw my two cents in. I did contact Bambino Diapers with my last purchase for two reason, One was to complain about the Teddy Diapers they sell. The tapes on those never hold, the second reason was to let them know that they should explore the idea of making a brand of diapers that look like the ones that look like jeans, I thought those were cute and as an adult diaper, it might be easier to be discrete. I did get a reply saying they would look into it, but who knows. maybe if enough people do the same thing. anyway, I love your blog and all the different topics you talk about. I hope to read some more soon. Thanks for all that you do.

  8. Deen April 17, 2011 at 11:47 pm - Reply

    Nicky:

    The Dry 24/7 is much more absorbent than the Bambino, but also more expensive. The Dry 24/7 is also larger, if you wear a small then the Dry 24/7 will probably be too big, try a sample pack first. For the cost difference I’m going to use Abena M4’s though.

  9. Nicky April 18, 2011 at 1:42 pm - Reply

    Deen:
    Compared to other diapers, with Dry 24/7 u only have all day use. Where as with Abena x plus, U had to change them 2 to 3 times a day.

  10. Jeff April 20, 2011 at 4:18 pm - Reply

    I usually do the same thing as Peter, right at the front of the diaper but slightly under the refastenable zone (if you were looking at it from the outside)

    The booster is a quadro right? I just started using them and I’m wondering which booster is best.

  11. John May 3, 2011 at 12:03 am - Reply

    I must comment on these Babino Classico diaper’s these have been the one’s I’ve worn the most at any one time.
    Since I discovered these last September I have been though 10 cases and 2 secure
    X-Plus What I like about them is the fit all thoug a tad tight at the legs there
    vary comfy.
    And they seem to last all night long with good absorbancy. Evan after wetting
    3 to 4 times a night.
    And I must say the front landing zone is great and vary durable, I like the way how the tapes hold up nice and snug with out slipping.
    The classico diapers have the best tapes out of any diaper’s I have ever worn in the last 35 years that I been doing them.
    I want to order some more buy valume as soon as Im done testing a case of Dry Care 24/7 diapers to see how they feel and fit I will let you know how these diapers
    feel and handle Absorbancy.
    I just wish I could give a better diaper shot to show each brand that I could pose from this blog.
    Not to show any thing sick but to let people see the features of these diapers and the comfort leval these may have for them who are in need of such products.
    Ypo all take care.

  12. Danielle May 11, 2011 at 6:19 pm - Reply

    This is some very helpful advice, even if I already do that. It is good that you point out the biological necessities for both sexes. It hails back to some of the diaper ads in the early/mid 90’s: improved absorbancy target zones that were “Up front for boys, in the middle for girls”. The necessities don’t change much (if at all) as we grow older, our bodies larger, and we move on to adult sizes.

    There is one thing, though, that I don’t get about how diapers are made: why isn’t there a little more absorbancy in the seat? Personally, I do the same thing you do, Adrian, when I’m out for an extended period (and riding public transit, especially). I slip in a booster pad and make sure the seat is nice and protected. If not, the moment I sat down there would be leak marks on my jeans/skirt/dress/leggings/etc. It really doesn’t matter which brand I use, either. Without the booster, there’s almost always a little “squish” in the seat. I think all companies should look into this. Though, I’m not sure the guys have the same experience.

  13. babyevan May 15, 2011 at 10:28 am - Reply

    @Danielle

    Yes, guys do have the same experience. Water goes downhill. We squish too. I never really found that the booster pads helped a whole lot though. I’ve tried them on several occasions and it seems that, while they do absorb a bunch, if you’re going to leak then that’s that. Often times I get this, ) (, as a wet mark and I think that it’s usually not noticable. The best way, for me, to deal with this is just paying attention to the legs of you diaper and getting them good and snug, not too tight.

    –E

  14. diaperwear August 31, 2011 at 6:23 pm - Reply

    i have diapers that dis not have a rand back or frunt so i cut the out side off and put them in the diaper that is in be tren the outside and the inside .. it is nice and thing ..

  15. RockinBaby September 28, 2011 at 5:23 pm - Reply

    Hi Adrian, I just orderd a case of secure x Molicare and was told they will not be made anymore, bummer, pun intended. I wonder what they have in mind to replace them with. They feel delightfull I have had the same one on all day amd am headed for a 10 hour nap now. I am an OTR trucker and my team mate is driving now.
    Anyway a lot of good info, I use a Tena overnight in the seat and that doesn’t squish but it deffinetly gets full down there. I am glad this is a nice group of diaper wearers, I feel the love and respect that is missing in some others. Especially when it comes to the lades that wear diapers from the comments of some of the guys. I heard one say that Jesus loves you but you are still a c t, totally unecessary and hurtful. Please forgive the tryping errors I am being bounced all over the sleeper! lol.

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