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  1. From the album BabyJune's 2017 Album

    An adorable checked dress with striped accent panels and a coordinating heart pinafore. Knee-length dress can be worn alone or under a pinafore; pinafore can also be worn alone with a blouse and leggings. Perfectly pretty.
  2. The cute clothes are the other half of the fun!
  3. What you might find is that if you get the opportunity to wear diapers (and use them) for a while, the overpowering feelings will go away slightly. And if you are away from diapers briefly, then the feeling might come back. In other words, too much of a good thing will stifle your interest. I know that after wearing for most of the week, I don't mind a couple of days off before the urge to wear comes roaring back.
  4. I put mine in a bucket of water with a little Purex bleach. But I do wash diapers and waterproof pants every day and put them away as I don't wear constantly. I only use about three diapers a day because I'm not alone long enough.
  5. Since I wear cloth diapers, I make a soaker panel out of Zorb encased between two layers of Birdseye cloth. Zorb absorbs really fast and holds moisture well. For diapers, I use diaper flannel flats and PUL waterproof pants. It doesn't matter which way you "point," because the Zorb panel spreads the wetness evenly.
  6. Several things will kill a story for me. At the top of the list is poor spelling and bad grammar. Secondly is bad sentence structure; writing in incomplete sentences or thoughts. That's the mechanical not-to-dos. Story-wise, you need to build characters that the reader can relate to. The story has to be more than just about using diapers. Include other aspects of the person's life as well as other people--whether diaper lovers or not. Include other activities in the main character's life. Re-read what you have written and ask yourself if it would appeal to a wider audience than just yourself. (Write for the reader and not just for your own entertainment). In other words, if you write like a second-grader who didn't pay attention in English class, then your story won't fly. By reading other people's works, you will develop a feeling for what you like and don't like. Use that as an example when writing your own stories. I have freelanced as a writer most of my life, so I do know what I'm talking about. I also wrote technical training manuals when I was working--talk about trying to keep that interesting!
  7. Why would girls want to do what boys do? Who wants to get hurt a lot?
  8. As if I don't know when my diaper is wet?
  9. Here are links to the photo gallery showing my "system:" Diaper and soaker: Waterproof PUL pants: One change I made to the waterproof pants is to use fold over elastic on the leg openings.
  10. I use Dritz diaper pins that I buy on Amazon.com. Here is a link: https://www.amazon.com/Dritz-Safety-Pins-Diaper-Colors/dp/B001HZOZS0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1482243620&sr=8-1&keywords=dritz+diaper+pins The pins are a suitable size for me--about a 37 inch waist. They are slightly curved and hold the diaper quite well. You could also use what are called "blanket pins," however they don't have the locking safety caps. Here is the link for blanket pins: https://www.amazon.com/Dritz-2-Piece-Blanket-Nickel-Finish/dp/B003W0TMPY/ref=sr_1_16?ie=UTF8&qid=1482243730&sr=8-16&keywords=blanket+safety+pins Hope this helps. You might also find the Dritz pins in the baby aisles at major department stores (like Wal-Mart or Target) or blanket pins in the craft/sewing department, but I've never looked.
  11. Although it is nearly impossible to sum up the reasons in a short post, there are a couple of basic things that can cause someone to engage in infantilism, and they are polar opposite reasons. A bad childhood with abuse can cause a person to desire to "relive" a part of their childhood without the pain, thus they revert to a time when they remember (even subconsciously) a time when there was no pain. On the opposite end of the scale--which is my own experience--they had a wonderful childhood that they wished would never end. They seek out the same comfort by wearing diapers and dressing/playing a child of a certain age that gave them the most pleasure. Of course this is a generalization, and you will no doubt hear from others about their experiences as well.
  12. Yeah, the police said to him, "We know you are crazy because we can see your nuts."
  13. Reposting this as it was previously deleted due to the fact that the little girl's face was shown in my last post. Apologies for forgetting to block out her face and hoping that this is a more acceptable post. (It 's from a 29 year old sewing pattern, and I wanted to include the original picture as an example). If it isn't suitable, you or I can take it down and I will simply repost it with just the pictures of my jumper. Reposting this as it was previously deleted due to the fact that the little girl's face was shown in my last post. Apologies for forgetting to block out her face and hoping that this is a more acceptable post. (It 's from a 29 year old sewing pattern, and I wanted to include the original picture as an example). If it isn't suitable, you or I can take it down and I will simply repost it with just the pictures of my jumper.
  14. From the album Baby June's 2016 Outfits

    A cute jumper that can be worn solo for summer or over a blouse and tights when it's cool. With a multitude of small colored mosaic squares, this jumper lends itself to wearing almost any color blouse and tights or leggings underneath
  15. Wicking can be caused in several ways: Through the elastic at the leg openings and also when wearing waterproof pants made from PUL and the polyurethane "delaminates" exposing the fabric to wetness. Also there is compression wicking which happens when you sit on a soaked diaper and it wrings itself out under pressure. some of my earlier waterproof pants show slight signs of wicking because the laminate is wearing out, but my newer pants--which I'm making out of a bit heavier PUL (1.33 mil as opposed to 1 mil) are not leaking at all. I make the crotch wide enough to keep the fold-over elastic from touching the wet diaper as much as possible, although the elastic is supposed to be waterproof. I use Zorb soaker panels inside the diaper which helps to hold moisture in suspension longer. The best thing to do is change frequently before you reach the saturation point of the diaper and soaker panel. sometimes I have to change after 2-1/2 hours, while other times I can go more than 4 hours on a change.