The small things in the adult baby lifestyle I believe go under appreciated at times. The adult baby lifestyle comes with many unique things about it that many people may either have a hard time putting into words or go under appreciated. This is one aspect of the adult baby and diaper lover lifestyle that I feel if the “average” person who wasn’t engaged in the lifestyle could appreciate if they opened their minds. Small things in wearing diapers and the multitude of effects it has on the body mentally, physically, and spiritually I think makes a huge difference.
One of the small things in the ABDL lifestyle I think that goes under-appreciated is the comfort aspect. Many people can relate to this. The moment you place a diaper on and it wraps around your body – that sense of it encasing your bottom and softness against you — its comforting on many levels. Many people that have experienced this, that know that sense of comfort can literally just THINK about the comfort aspect of putting on a diaper and that feeling and its calming and exciting all at the same time. For an outsider that has never experienced that feeling – its hard to describe. But, again I think this aspect is one that goes highly undervalued and under-appreciated in the adult baby lifestyle and experience.
Safety. Those that wear diapers do so for various reasons but a large one is that feeling of safety and security. The act of wearing a diaper for many instills a sense of safety and security that is again, indescribable, to those that have not experienced diapers. This feeling again to an outsider is foreign until you are actually get wrapped in a diaper and tape it up – that feeling of security engulfs the mind and makes a person feels secure.
The infamous sound of the “crinkle”. Many ABDLs can relate to that sound of that crinkle sound when putting on a diaper and moving around in a diaper. That sound instills so many feelings that it is probably way more than I can place in words. It does something to the mind that is calming and exciting all at the same time. That feeling of walking around a warm home in just a crinkly diaper is so calming in many ways. But, while all at the same time instills a sense of excitement.
One last small thing I think that goes under-appreciated in the ABDL world is the uniqueness of wearing a diaper. Wearing diapers is unique and different. Its one of the more unique experiences and lifestyle choices that in my opinion is unique when comparing it to all the other lifestyle choices or even “fetishes” out there. It is harmless, cute and in most cases not sexual for people. That cannot be said for many lifestyle choices and fetishes out there. Sure some people engage the sexual aspect of it like with any lifestyle or object but in most cases its an extremely harmless experience that instills so many positives including confidence, safety, security, cuteness and in many ways attractiveness. This is why I think its so unique. If you think about a lot of the other lifestyle choices and/or fetishes its entirely different. I think this aspect goes under-appreciated and again is hard to really truly describe unless your in the diaper world and actually experienced it.
Another great post. I’ve been interested in diapers for as long as I can remember. I’d wear diapers 24/7 if I had someone willing to diaper me and to help change my diaper after I’ve used them.
Adrian I love this post I am A ALDL at Hart. Since My mom put me in Pampers and had to tape 2 of them together to get them to fit when I was 9 years old because of me bed wetting I never stopped likening disposable diapers. A matter a fact I love them. I thank there great for improving not only peoples health but also there life style like roll playing. Disposable diapers are cute and adorable
To sum it up there is nothing I would like to ware more than a super absorbent
Soft and fluffy nice and cuddly super crinkly plastic elastic form fitted disposable diapers. Far as I’m concerned disposable diapers are the best.
I have always found wearing a diaper instantly brings back feelings from infancy that most people have long forgotten. It is utter contentment, wrapped in innocence and just a tiny bit of longing to be that age again. I know I’ll never be able to return to my actual toddlerhood. But to even be able to grasp a part of the feelings from that time, is an amazing gift.
I am often torn between the feelings of shame or fear of being discovered by those people who wouldn’t understand. And the comfort and deep rooted happiness that I can only get from wearing diapers.
When it comes down to it, I’d never trade my love of diapers for being a so-called “normal” person. Nothing else in my life can give me the peace and euphoria I instantly feel every single time I put on a diaper. And it has also taught me the importance of accepting others differences. And I think I have an extraordinary sense of compassion and empathy towards people who are just different than the general population. So I’m lucky to have this quirk in my persona and I’ve learned to appreciate it for the incredible serenity it brings.
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This is fantastic and I cannot agree more with the article and replies. Sorry for anything that comes out wrong or mistyped. The color scheme does not allow me to see what I’m typing well at all. I have been an ABDL as long as i can remember and I’m soooooo glad I am as the incontinence I’m now shacked with would be unbearable otherwise. So the simplistic of being a little and the comfort aspect of diapers is of upmost importance.
Hello my name is Adam I’m 40 years old I love to ware diapers All the time I it’s helping me out with that. If you can get paid for ware diapers All day long I’m that guy but it’s great for me to feel better person I can go and play with my mom and friends and I don’t have to wait to go
Hello my name Mark and i have been married to my wife / mummy for nearly forty years. She still delights in changing my wet terry nappies. I knew from about five years old that I wanted to go back into nappies, and told my real mother when I was about ten years old. She was ok then, and now she is still ok about her adult son’s chosen lifestyle all these years later. We do use disposables now and then, but for me a sixties baby it has to be terry & plastic pants. Nice website & hi from the UK.
Completely agree with you on all points! I’ve worn since I was a teen for ABDL reasons, but developed sleep apnea which required I wear them so I wouldn’t wet the bed when it happened. There is a feeling of comfort and security that is indescribable. Yes there can be a sexual aspect to it, especially when it’s warm wet and squishy. But often times, it’s just a comfort (and necessity). So glad you are writing more in your blog. I just resubscribed after being gone a while. Hope your family’s medical issues are sorted. Looking forward to the next post.