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Glennie last won the day on February 18 2018

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  1. but still not a plastic outer shell... no thanks.. cloth like diapers are all the same.. they weep when wet and you feel wet in them.. sad.. sad sad
  2. bea arthur..... just kidding.. I am sure she could really put a whipping on your behind😂
  3. I too have a nursery. The room is a bit smaller. Our next house will have a bigger room for me to make a bigger nursery. I love how yours has plenty of play space. The art work on the walls is just awesome. I would tell you, you should be very proud of it, but I am sure you don't need to be told that.. awesome awesome job.. here is a picture of my current nursery.. Btw.. I was asked if my nursery could be used in a story book about an ab boy. I agreed to having it pictured in the book.. the only down side I see is, if I post pictures now. People might think I stole the pictures and I am claimed it to be mine.. Oh well jokes on them, they don't get to sleep in it..lol
  4. Glennie

    baby clothes

  5. I was born in the mid 60ies and spankings for wetting the bed, or any type of day accident was very common place.. As already stated in this thread, it was viewed as a child being lazy. In the years since they have learned a lot of the time, if this continues well past an age of normal bedwetting and day time accidents, it probably an issue at home. I wet the bed until I was 12 and had regular day time accidents at least until I was 8 or so. I was a very hyperactive kid. It was very common for me to get all wrapped up in something I was doing and ignore the signals that I had better go find the potty. I would realize I was in trouble when I had pooped my pants or had pee running down my legs. By that point it was too late to fix the problem. My mothers answer to any accidents, bedtime or day time, was spankings and diapers. You would have thought after a few times of me being put back in diapers and the punishment didn't seen to do anything to help the situation, perhaps my mother would try something else. No she went out of her way to make it the most embarrassing moments of my life. She never once showed me mercy. I would beg and beg, with tears dripping down my cheeks, PLEASE DON'T PUT ME IN DIAPERS!!!!!. I got held back in the first grade do to my maturity issues.. AKA wetting and messing my pants at school. They said I wasn't mature enough for the second grade. I remember having welts on my back and legs from the belt. She also used my own hot wheel tracks on my butt. Makes you think really hard about the toys you want when they are being used as weapons. My mother mostly used cloth diapers and gerber frosted plastic pants. If it was warm enough outside she would take my pants away and lock me out of the house in nothing but a t shirt and my diapers with plastic pants. That made it pretty hard to find many friends in the neighborhood. I was constantly picked on by all the kids. I wish that I had learned much earlier in life to shut my mouth and not talk back to the kids making fun of me. That only made matter much worse. A lot of people have said, they aren't really sure where the ab thing comes from.. I have no doubt in my mind who got me hooked on diapers.. Mommy Dearest... got to love the old fashion parenting..
  6. Kelsey i too am a hobbist wood worker and I have a ton of great tools. Way back when i had a dream to be the premier adult baby furniture maker to the community. I created a few models of cribs and high chairs and even a rocking horse. I learned very very quickly that hardly anyone wants to pay you what something like that is worth. I was told in no uncertain terms.. I was crazy asking for 450.00 for a high chair.. I would love to see the people that were so outspoken, try and go buy hardwood. They will no doubt get sticker shock. I built my own crib out of solid white oak. I love it. The materials cost me right at 1000 bucks. It took me several weeks or part time work to cut the wood and finish it. So you have to ask yourself.. What is you time worth. so I offered up cribs like mine, made of solid wood for 1600 bucks. I got a few responses back.. the top they would pay for a crib would be 200 bucks. I couldn't even build a crib out of construction lumber for 200 bucks. I was heart broken . So now I just build for close friends. I keep my hobby a hobby. If you plan to do this I wish you luck. with the cost or materials, your labor and shipping, its hard to turn it into anything real.. Sorry to bust your bubble. feel free to check out my nursery on my profile if you so desire.
  7. Glennie

    Baby Blanket

    i still have my original baby blanket from when i was first born.. we used it with my son and believe it or not.. it is still in pretty good shape.. I am 52 so it speaks to the quality of stuff made way back when..
  8. honestly.. wait until you aren't living in your parents home.. nothing good can come of this. i am pretty sure you wouldn't want to know about your parents kinks and i am very sure they don't want to know about yours. you have many years to go 24/7 just hold off a bit longer.
  9. I predict I will be sitting in a wet diaper by half time..lol
  10. just throw them away and buy a new pair.. not worth all the effort it will take to fix them..
  11. be very careful with this.. it could be pneumonia. I had what thought was cold last year .. it was about the same as you are describing. it wasn't a cold.. something much worse. If you find yourself having trouble breathing/ out of energy climbing a simple flight of stairs it could just be the big "p".. take care mikey and feel better
  12. you did an awesome job with the room. thanks for sharing pictures.