Obviously, wearing diapers all day, everyday, one is bound to lose the “specialness” in wearing a diaper and all the joy it can bring.  That is wear new and exciting things come into play to keep things fresh.  It is very important I think to make small changes, add new things, modify things, etc. in your life with regards to diapers to keep things new and refreshing.  Now there are only so many things new you can try with a diaper but here are some of my suggestions for what we do to keep things growing in regards to diapers and exciting:

  1. Take Photos: Taking photos in diapers whether it is with clothes on or off is absolutely essential I think in keeping things fresh.  Its nice to have a photo or even a video record of what you looked like.  Then, you can share the photos with close friends or others.  Or, you can just keep them for yourself to look at or share them with your spouse.
  2. Buy New Clothes: If you can afford it, buying new clothes that will look good while wearing a diaper or good for pictures can spice things up a bit.  For me, in the summer, buying a new mini skirt or workout shorts.  You see the angle I am getting at?
  3. Tweak Diaper Changes: Make some changes in how you go about getting changed whether you change yourself or someone else changes you.  Peter likes to every once in awhile throw a curve ball into where he changes my diaper in our place.  There are so many options: the floor, the bed, couch, etc.
  4. Talk to Others: Conversate with others that wear diapers or make some friends.  This can not only be good for your social life but also keep things new and refreshing in the diaper “realm”.  Obviously, this can prove difficult if you don’t live near anyone that is around your age that you feel comfortable talking with but there is always talking online to people.
  5. Add Things To Your Night Out: So when you wear a diaper out and whether you are by yourself or with someone else.  Add some new things such as maybe your partner or friend will check your diaper while you are out or you can check yourself.  Don’t do anything completely crazy or absurd but minor things that won’t completely creep out the public.  A quick diaper check will at most leave a person curious and probably just assume you have some sort medical condition.  So, add a few tweaks to your night out to spice things up.

There are obviously a lot more things you can do to keep things new and refreshing but these happen to be the main ones that we try to do to make sure diapers never become a “going through the motion” type of experience.  They are a big part of our lives and we want to make the best of it..

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  2. Taiga December 3, 2009 at 8:46 pm - Reply

    Awesome suggestions. Really motivated me to take a few more pictures :p

  3. littlefoxboy December 3, 2009 at 11:06 pm - Reply

    colored plastic pants can also be fun

  4. Joe December 4, 2009 at 5:53 am - Reply

    I usually just add a good plastic pant. I work around a lot of young children, many of whom are still diapered themselves, and don’t like to go overboard on my diaper of choice. Attends (like LUV’s) is what I use the most, after trying to “play” with my everyday underwear. When it’s a requirement and not a choice, you go with what works.

  5. Anne December 4, 2009 at 9:10 pm - Reply

    Also, on the way home you can “let loose” in your diaper and have the odor fill up the ar as a turn on for your BF, excited about changing you when you get through the door. I have often wet my diaper on the trip home from the bar or restaurant, but when I want to drive him really crazy I try to mak sure I have enough in me for a solid poop. He loves it, which takes away the embarassment for me, knowing I’m sitting in his car wearing a poopy diaper and that he’ll spank me and change me later…

  6. Richard December 5, 2009 at 3:50 pm - Reply

    Mention of plastic pants reminds me that it would be very helpful if you (as a “diaper pro”) could explain when you find it desirable to wear plastic pants. I always wear them when I expect to seriously wet my diapers but they are hot and uncomfortable – I much prefer to wear the diaper without the plastic pants but am afraid to wet them in public, principaly because of odour issues

    R

  7. Bryan December 6, 2009 at 6:03 pm - Reply

    These tips are fantastic, Adrian!

    Indeed photos are very exciting as well as drawing (if you have that talent).

    I never thought of incorporating diapers into your fashion though, that sounds fun!

  8. Bill December 9, 2009 at 2:24 pm - Reply

    My wife has a hard time finding Christmas Presents for me. I showed her this Keeping Diapers new and Exciting. I also gave her a website for her to visit and she said she had fun and ordered me four new plastic pants. She sewed my night time cloth diaper/Jockey Brief diapers that I wear at night. I have no idea what design or color plastic pants she ordered – the excitement is building for Christmas morning. It is further proof of acceptance from her about me having to wear diapers at night and the early morning before I shower.

  9. triker December 11, 2009 at 6:54 pm - Reply

    Another way to vary your diaper wearing is to try out different thicknesses, i.e. using pads or just putting on several diapers over each other. You can also use a combination of plastic and rubber pants for extra leakproofing and odor control. Play around with different colors and combinations and you won’t become too bored. Also try wearing loose and tight clothing to either accent the fact that you are “wearing” and decide to be either bold and show an outline or not. Be free and confortable. Exeercise that self-confidence. Have fun!

  10. black dragon December 12, 2009 at 12:26 am - Reply

    Hello. How about going to cloth diapers from time to time? There are a few websites here and there that can custom make your diapers to order and it would be a break from disposables if you for any chance you run low.

  11. Jaundice Jim December 12, 2009 at 1:10 pm - Reply

    I am ignorant on these matters and have alot of questions. Why not pee and poo in the toilet? What causes your incontenance? Do you recommend this lifestyle for people who are capable of using the toilet, but simply choose not to?

    Thank you

  12. Aj December 15, 2009 at 2:31 pm - Reply

    what does it feel like to mess your diaper when your incontinent/ Do you feel yourself pushing it out?

  13. steven December 16, 2009 at 3:03 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the ideas. Adding a little something new to keep it ‘fresh’ is a good idea. I am a cloth diaper wearer and found a diaper pin replacement called Snappies. I get the toddler2 size and they work well. I even found that they give my diaper a better fit than pins. They were a little strange at first, but after I worked a routine for using them I found them easier than pins. Course I can go back to pins if I want something new again.

  14. steven December 18, 2009 at 8:11 pm - Reply

    Has anybody even tried Snappies?

  15. farmboy December 24, 2009 at 11:39 am - Reply

    I have a question for Adrian or anyone else for that matter. My wife has just started to experiment with diapers and I’m looking for ideas for things we can do together diapered. I spent so much time and effort into just convincing her to wear them that I find myself blank once I get her to wear. She seems to be warming to the idea of wearing them for me but still has some hesitation. We both have the week between Christmas and New Years off and I’ve always thought that it would be fun to wear 24/7 for that week, both of us. So anyways I’m looking for ideas of fun diaper related stuff we can do that week and also for any input about asking her to wear for a week 24/7. Do you think it’s a good idea to ask a rookie to go for an entire week? My rationale is that if she just spends a substantial amount of time they will begin to grow on her, as of now she has never worn diapers for more than 12 hours at a time. Anyways any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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