Sidenote: I've color coded my paragraphs! That way, each paragraph that has the SAME color relates to the others that have that color, for easier reading.
Well, first, here's some basics...
People around here call me moogle. I chose the username "Codymoogle" because my name is Cody & I love moogles. What is a moogle? A moogle is a furry creature from the video game series Final Fantasy. They're cute, and they say "kupo"! I really want a moogle plushie one day.
Other than that, I suppose I should tell you a bit about why I'm here as a member on DailyDiapers...
My "tag" says I'm an "Adult Baby", but this isn't true to me at all. I don't regress, "play baby", or pretend in any way. I'm not an ageplayer or an adult that lets my "inner child" play. My littleness is in no way sexual, either. I don't identify with the term Adult. I do not believe I am an Adult - either full or part time, despite my chronological age, intellect, and mature body. I didn't grow up in many ways, and I never will. I am just little, a baby/toddler (depending on your definition of when "babyhood" stops and "toddlerhood" starts). Sure, I may be different than other babies and toddlers in some ways, but the differences weren't of my own doing. They were advancements I learned due to the education system and pressure to grow up. I do what I need to to survive in the adult world, but I don't think this makes me an Adult. I think it just makes me good at pretending to be one.
That's what's "backwards" about me. As far as I can see, this community is mainly for Adults who like pretending that they are children, and Adults that don't "ageplay" or regress at all, but like to wear diapers. I am none of these things. Despite my chronological age being twenty five (25) years, I am no Adult...I am a baby who knows how to pretend to be an Adult due to necessity.
People (even in this community) have said that I'm delusional, that I need to grow up, that I "need to admit to really being an Adult", among other things. These types of statements are very hurtful to me, and I usually feel alone and even outcasted here. It hurts having to say "I'm an Adult Baby", or that my "play age is 1", because that's not true. I consider my real age to be about a year (1) old, give or take a few months. My "play age" is my chronological age, because Adulthood is what I "play" at. I have to pretend to be big, sort of like a lot of Adult Babies pretend to be little. I stay because DailyDiapers helped me find my Daddy and a lot of nice friends. Sometimes, though, I just wish I felt normal here.
If I must label myself, the simplest label would be "baby" or "toddler". If I have to explain deeper, I'd go with "Advanced Baby"...What does Advanced Baby mean?
Advanced = far on in time or course, being beyond others in progress or idea
Baby = an extremely young child
I'm a baby, but I'm advanced in chronological age, skills, and intellect, thus Advanced Baby (I didn't coin this term, by the way!). If anyone has any questions about this, you can feel free to contact me via a board PM.
Let's see, what else...
I really like plushies! I have many, some leave to other homes sometimes, but some choose to stay. My oldest is either Hippo (who is a doggie), or Quack Duckie (aka QD, a duckie). I've had them both since before I can remember, so I don't know who is the oldest. If anyone ever wants detailed plushie info (or links to plushie sites), I can help! I'm always browsing for plushies and toys, and I'm currently looking for an albino ball python plushie.
I really like other animals, too. I have two kitties, and they're both pains! But they're cute and fuzzy, and they like to butter me up, so I can't stay mad for long.
As an employee of 711 I have to say that we only have locks on our doors because we plan to turn out stores into tittie bars sooner or later. We are going to use the Slurpee machine to make the nipples hard. The coffee area will be where the strippers will dance and our walk in coolers will be private booths for the customers looking to spend some extra cash to have more fun. I will let you know when this happens as soon as I know. I am just waiting on my pink slip from my job. Hope this idea works.
...For some reason my mind linked your post to breastmilk flavored slurpees. Congratulations for being the one to severely mindfuck me today.
I was browsing Amazon this morning to look up NUK 3 pacifier prices (before I posted in a different topic). I found the type of listing I was looking for, and decided to look at the reviews for the hell of it.
This is what I saw...
Seriously?? I know many of the people on this site are level headed & have common sense, but come on. Whoever posted that, if you're on this site - it doesn't make the ABDL community look good when you ask parents of chronological kids if something will work for you. If you want to know that, ask on a site like this!
I've noticed this kind of thing on other items, too - like people reviewing Pampers size 7 that was written in such a way to make it crystal clear that a chronological baby/toddler wasn't the target user.
Whoever does this kind of thing, it's NOT cool. By all means, buy the product. By all means, write a positive review. Just don't make yourself look like an idiot while doing so...PLEASE.
Posted by Codymoogle
on 26 February 2013 - 04:54 PM
There are four reasons why people haven't taken you seriously, I think...
1. You're a girl. MANY, many, many members are suspicious of people claiming to be biological females. This is due to the very high rate of biological males pretending to be girls without being upfront and honest that they are NOT girls.
2. You are a new member...That combined with number one makes people even more suspicious.
3. You have only ten posts to your name. Again, it raises suspicions. Is it unfair? Absolutely. However, liars ruin things for everyone.
4. MANY people that claim to be biologically female, ESPECIALLY if they are indeed female, are "pay-for-play". Examples of this are pay Mommies (Mommies that will baby someone for a fee) & pay babygirls (girls that will submit/be babied...again, for a fee). Most of the "pay-for-play" people are NOT upfront about this and like to lure people in.
Now, I'm not saying YOU are trying to deceive anyone...but many people have done it in the past. Therefore, if you are indeed looking for what you claim, I suggest NOT getting pouty & deleting your well written post. Keep it up there, and you may eventually find what you seek. Getting pouty & upset about people's reactions won't get you anywhere...Yes, they may be less-than-nice, but really, can you truly blame them after so many liars & "pay-for-play" people that weren't upfront about it? Ignore the bad & look for the good!
Another piece of advice I would give you is to WATCH OUT for HNGs (horny net geeks) & other people like that that claim they want to be your Daddy. There are great Daddy-types out there, but you have to weed through a lot of HNGS to find them!
Posted by Codymoogle
on 17 February 2013 - 10:24 PM
I'm not ignorant, but you just made my point
It's clearly not the same
a good spanking never really hurt anyone..
I was spanked. I was also beaten. Both forms of hitting affected me negatively.
I agree that spanking doesn't ALWAYS hurt a child in the long run, but it certainly can...Especially with other forms of abuse, such as being berated and belittled for minor infractions.
To clarify - YES, I deem spanking as abuse, because it's a prolonged punishment & really makes no sense...Violence begets violence. I said I was spanked & beaten, and I have had to train myself to NOT react physically to "solve" a conflict or problem. However, a swat or two is not spanking.
As far as the brats of today...They're brats not for lack of spanking - they're brats due to lack of ANY discipline, not just the physical types. I have met quite a few WONDERFUL and well behaved children, whose parents have NEVER used physical discipline aside from the occasional (pants on) single swat to the backside with the palm. Why? Their parents were and are attentive, and didn't seek to blame others for their children's mistakes. They taught & teach their kids, period.
Does this make all parents who had spanked bad, horrible, and abusive? No, not necessarily. There ARE other ways to parent successfully, though.
Posted by Codymoogle
on 31 January 2013 - 05:42 PM
The only thing I can think of is it might be a sensory thing. Maybe something about the diapers does something good to your senses to ease your anxiety. You may also have some kind of suppressed issue/trauma that happened when you were in diapers, or just getting out of them, or something. You don't need a label to wear diapers, but I do think that talking to a therapist might help. It may be embarrassing, but if you're as distressed as you say, you need to take a step. No one here is qualified to give you professional advice. I hope you'll get the help & support you need. And remember: wearing diapers isn't a bad thing. If you're ruining your continence or harming yourself by using diapers, I'd suggest not USING the diapers - just wearing them, & using the toilet for your actual voiding. Good luck in whatever you decide to do.
Posted by Codymoogle
on 25 January 2013 - 08:13 AM
Why not just look up a "How-to" AB/DL video? If you're really just looking for instruction, that's the fastest and easiest way to go.
Also, on most packages of adult diapers there ARE instructions for 1. putting a diaper on another person (medical style) 2. putting a diaper on yourself (standing style). You can do the same method sitting.
Otherwise, with only five posts to your name, this post reeks of HNG-like request. This is especially true because you prefer a female to show/watch you. (Furthermore, generally boys & girls have different parts, so YMMV!) I'm not saying you are a HNG, but it seems a bit shady & it's something to watch out for.
Posted by Codymoogle
on 21 December 2012 - 08:29 AM
Respect her boundaries & don't push it. She may be willing to wet them in time, but she'll more than likely get fed up with the idea if you push too hard & too fast. She's wearing for you - many people don't get even that far. Just be patient, and maybe ask her a long way down the road (I know 3 weeks seems like forever when you're "so close but so far", but it's NOT). Think at least a few months, as long as it takes for her to be comfortable with the idea. She may say no, and you may get frustrated, but it isn't her fault that she's not all that "into" it.
In addition to that, do something wonderful for her from time to time. I don't know how long you've been in your relationship, but they require give & take on both ends. As much as it doesn't feel as good as you hoped right now, it seems she IS giving a lot for you by wearing diapers. Give back, and she may be willing to eventually take it to that extra step that you want.
Sorry if this isn't the advice you want to hear, but it's the best advice I can give for such a question.
Posted by Codymoogle
on 04 December 2012 - 08:14 AM
True or fantasy, it sounds very elaborate.
I'll give you the benefit of the doubt here, as I suppose it could be at least partially true, but I do have a few questions:
1. Assuming you have a job, how will you continue working? At age 59 I suppose one could retire, but I'm pretty sure that with the initial expenses (nursery furniture, baby clothing, whatever else your heart is desiring) + any ongoing expenses you may have, you'll still need to have a steady source of income from somewhere. Most employers wouldn't want a baby as an employee.
2. How would you deal with public situations? Most people...don't take kindly to what you're describing. I've simply used my binky in public before, and I have gotten piercing "WTF?" stares just from that. Your luck may be even worse. This isn't to say it's not possible to go 24/7/365 in a situation like yours, but do you have rule modifications for public use? An example of one of the things I'm worried about for you in public is this:
One of their stipulations is that whenever I need to pee or poop that I kneel before them and beg permission to wet or mess my diapers. They have made sure i understand that THEY alone will decide how long I must stay in messy or wet diapers. The absolute minimum time will be one full hour.
Doing that in public might get you arrested, I would think, depending on how much of a scene you cause with your begging. That, and spending that length of time in a soaked or soiled diaper isn't just bad for your skin - it's also UNSANITARY. What I mean by that is, the longer you're in a diaper, the more at risk you are for leaking either pee or poop. Once urine leaves your body, it is NOT sterile anymore, ESPECIALLY if it's been in contact with poop. Poop is not sterile either, obviously. You can spread germs very quickly & very easily. Leaks happen, yes, but it's common courtesy to do everything you can to prevent them in public as well as being prepared to clean up your own leaks if they should happen - whether that's carrying along some "pet spray"/disinfectant & a scrub brush, and/or notifying personnel of leaks & offering to clean the leak up. Going so long in wet and especially messy diapers goes against this courtesy. I understand that sometimes one can't get an opportunity to change right away, but changing ASAP is the way to go. Spend as long as you want in soiled diapers on your own property, but please think of others when it comes to your bodily waste, deliberate wetting/messing or not.
3. I'd suggest that you watch out for your own health as well - generally, all you'll get from prolonged exposure to wet & messy diapers is diaper rash, but it can be worse (UTIs, for example). Further, there are a few health points I'd like to address here:
- Raw eggs? Okay, I doubt a raw egg or two once in a while is incredibly dangerous, BUT getting food poisoning from undercooked/raw food is very possible. If you want a food based punishment, why not hot sauce or lemon juice, or something else you wouldn't enjoy but is less of a gamble?
- A baby food diet won't hurt you as long as you're careful to get in adult nutrition, which seems to have already been addressed by you saying that you'll be dining on pureed adult food. However, unless your goal is to become dependent on purees (as your stomach will reject "adult" food over time if all it's getting is mush), it's not a good idea to eat solely that. I'd suggest adding some variety in texture from time to time, such as lumps, shreds, or cut up bites with your purees. You may also want to include a plan for eating out if you'll be doing that, since restaurants usually don't serve pureed adult food aside from "usual" fare like applesauce & mashed potato. I do know that some restaurants do give baby food at little or no charge, but this probably only applies to chronological babies.
- You mentioned baby mittens, and I highly suggest that if you're going to wear them a lot, you should get in some hand exercise every day. My suggestion would be to go mitten free in public (especially for those diaper reasons I mentioned above). Unless, of course, you want disuse atrophy in your hands.
4. What will you do when your caregiver(s) need a break? You really should have a plan for this, and I hope you do, because they will need a break & some "me" time themselves, just like with chronological children. You can give back easily during these times, so I'd suggest doing so.
5. Further, if you don't have an "escape route" for if the 24/7/365 life no longer suits you or the relationship(s) you have now with your girlfriend, her daughter, and whoever else is caring for you go sour - ie, turning into non-consensual abuse - you're foolish. It'd be wise to draw up a "just-in-case" plan, and if your caregiver(s) aren't receptive, you should take that as a red flag.