I apologize for going a little M.I.A. on everyone for a while. I’ve been meaning to come back and write again several times over the last few months but so much kept getting in the way. That’s just how life goes sometimes right?
My goal from here on out is to make sure to post on here at least once a week. I want to get back to sharing more of myself and my feelings with those who are still left reading. If you are still around – thank you! I really appreciate you sticking with me this long.
My husband and I have been spending the last couple months moving due to a job change. I was in a place where I wasn’t being challenge anymore at my old job and made the decision that I wanted something more. It took a bit of faith, guts, and a whole lot of trust to take the leap but I can already tell you it was the best decision I’ve ever made. The good news is my new job allows me more time so that is why I am going to be able to give a bigger focus to the blog again.
Diapers are still the center of my life and I have to say they are the one thing that has helped me really feel at peace with all these changes lately (aside from my husband of course). When everything else around you is changing and you aren’t really sure what is your normal anymore, wearing diapers sure has helped me to not only feel more confident but also feel more secure.
On unrelated but equally as exciting we adopted a sweet new pup! It’s been our dream for quite some time to have a German Shepard and thankfully we found a sweet little boy that was up for adoption. He’s been so much fun but we’ve also still got a lot of training to do with him. He just makes life so much fun though and we’ve loved exploring new places with our sweet pup!
I’ve also been doing a lot of brainstorming on what I want from this blog. Of course, there is always a fine line on what I can share and what I can’t but I want to bring a personal touch and also give YOU all what you want to hear more about. In order to make sure I do that – leave me a comment below and let me know what you want to see more of in the blog. If I’m able I will definietly make sure to find a way!
There you have it! That’s what’s been going on in my world lately! I look forward to coming back and being a bigger part of the blog again!
Welcome back Adrian. Moving is always a chore that I don’t want to experience again! I moved a lot in my career with the Air Force. I am a retired MSGT diapered the whole twenty two years!! My last from Nevada to Texas was rough. I has little Hyundai Accent so most of my stuff was shipped in boxes by USPS. My diaper box was the largest one! I couldn’t leave any of it behind or throw anything in the trash.
Now, ten years later I have started Dialysis treatments that has resulted in very little urine all the time. I could easily make it with pull-ups but still prefer my adult “Briefs” and never leave the house with anything less!
I still play with my birdseye diapers with Velcro fasteners but prefer pins!
I lost me wife to breast cancer in Nevada but very quickly met a young 82 year old cutie here in Texas. I told her about my diapers one evening and she replying “That sounds like fun!”
we have been in diapers ever since. (something I couldn’t do with my wife fro 48 years! She said that’s your thing but not for me after wearing Kotex all my life. She would diaper me but never wore diapers herself. It’s a lot of fun to see a 87 year old in diapers!
Thank you Mac! Yes – moving is NO FUN but thankfully it was worth it in the end! LOVE hearing your story – hope you two love birds enjoy your diapered lives together! 🙂
WELCOME BACK!!!! i’m so glad the blog is back up and running. Congrats on the pup and good luck with the new job….I know that can be tough!
I would like to hear about how the transition went from ‘baby diapers’ to adult diapers when you were younger. How did you handle it emotionally, but also practically since they are bigger and thicker.
Thanks so much for your input Matt! I’ll try to share that in an upcoming post for you 🙂
Thank you for your candid and caring blog, Adrian. I’ve been a diaper wearer since the age of 6. I’m now 68. I am a well rounded successful adult married man and father. My adult diapered life has not been without challenge. Blogs like yours speak to many of who have made life with diapers fit into our life with comfort and joy. From the bottom of my heart I thank you for your incredible input and support to us all. I hope you will continue to share your nights. Best wishes to you and Peter in you career changes and your marriage. God bless you.
Thank you SO much! Love hearing other people’s stories! 🙂
Glad you are back, have always enjoyed reading your blogs.
What are your thoughts on ALL the different options for diapers out there right now, seems like abdl diapers options are popping up all over. How is one to choose or decide what to try…..
Great suggestion Will! I will work on this post for you!
Welcome back. It’s been a while. 🙂
Thank you! YES it has been (sorry about that) but I look forward to coming back more frequently here!
I’m looking forward to it. 🙂
I’ve always enjoy reading your blog. Good see u back. ?
Thank you Brenden!
Great to have you back and your comments on diapers are dead on! Look forward to hearing from you more!!?
Thanks so much Shauna!
Awesome, Happy to hear you are doing well and hope your new Job adventure is what you are looking for! 🙂
Thank you Bob! I think it will be 🙂
My sentiments exactly, welcome back! I know what you’re going through moving wise. We recently relocated about a hundred miles to be closer to family. My problem was not being able to wear diapers for the stress since I didn’t want any helpers to stumble upon them. Hopefully soon I’ll be able to have that same great feeling again. I’d just like to hear the trials and tribulations of wearing diapers to work. Thanks Adrian.
Thanks James! I’ll definietly work on a post about that for you! Glad to hear your move is done – always a good feeling to have it completed!
Hey Long time no posting. Sounds like you’ve had a lot going on. Here is a vacation idea for you. If you can, travel to Ft Wayne, IN and go to Personal Care Medical Supplies PCMS for short here is a link for you to check out as well as for others.
They have had 2 very big events recently just for the ABDL crowd. They even had the guy from Tykables there both times. It was held on a Saturday just for the ABDL crowd.
There website is still a work in progress and carry a good deal of dam near every AB printed diaper to date. There is even a massage spa next door to get a massage if you to get one just to relax. I had one last time I was up there and it was well worth it. Take it easy and look forward to future topics Dragon-Knight
Glad to see you back and that things are going well for you. Missed your postings. Would like to see more adult diaper reviews and advice about what diapers work best for different activities and different types of clothing. Also, your advice and experience with diaper related items such as body stockings/onesies, plastic pants, powders, etc. would be helpful. I have found your past reviews and comments very informative and helpful.
Hey Adrain glad to see that you’re back ?. I’ve been wanting to know for awhile what kind of diaper you’re wearing in you’re video preview image, how confer table it is, the brand and every other detail about it
Hello Adrian glad you are back. What kind of diapers do you recommend for working long days and not having many breaks throughout the day?
Hey Adrian. I was wondering if there was ever a time when you were growing up that you wished you didn’t have to wear diapers? Did it have an effect on your social development as a kid/ young adult like in terms of dating, getting asked to school dances, etc.
Hi Adrian. I’m really glad that you’re back. I’m 19 and a girl like you but not incontinent. You’re blogs encouraged me a lot to go out and start my diaper life. I’m really indebted to you for this. Please, keep on updating you’re blog regularly!