LL Medico Diapers and More Bambino Adult Baby Diapers


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  1. Very well said, Comfortably Diapered! I think I'm in the same boat as you in that I'm a longtime DL who more recently began having medial issues that make me have to wear for need. Since I began having nighttime issues I stayed away from dating in the last couple years. Recently I reconnected with an old friend from high school which developed into a relationship. Once I was sure it was headed in that direction I told her very honestly my history with diapers medical and non medical. I expected the worst but she handled it like a champion and is completely supportive.While really difficult, honestly is always the best policy.
  2. Curious if anyone has tried one of these on their bed? At first look they don't look very absorbent but after watching some product demo videos I think it might work well. I love the idea of a protective sheet that sits on top of the bed and still actually keeps the mattress dry. Cheers. http://www.peapodmats.com
  3. Thanks guys! I'm still unclear in how the mattress pad thing works. If it doesn't cover the entire area of your bedding. How does it differ from a vinyl sheet with a zipper? Thanks
  4. Hey guys, a couple years ago I bought a cheap vinyl mattress protector from Walmart. My problems have become more frequent ( and the cover was a piece of crap, really poor quality ), so I'm in the market for a new one. I like the idea of something that covers my entire mattress with a zipper for security sake but I'm also curious about what a "mattress pad" does? Just from look at pictures on the internet it doesn't look like the pad is supposed to cover the entire mattress so I wonder about protection vs a vinyl cover with a zipper. What do you guys do? Does anyone use both? Thanks, carsfan
  5. Hey, I use Babykins for all my cloth needs. It depends what you require, do you wear for need or want. Since I wet the bed at night and need pretty thick diapers I've found that the PDF ones work well for that. I use them with a soaker pad and the 10300V plastic pants and rarely have any trouble. Good luck. Cloth diapers are a bit of work but feel great and are lots of fun.
  6. Welcome. What area of BC are ya in?
  7. Highly looking forward to an update
  8. Woo Vancouver! Rains too damn much.

  9. Best story going. Keep up the excellent work.
  10. More!
  11. This year is my first year wearing for actual need, I wet the bed. My problems started long after I left home and as such I really have no need or desire to tell my parents about my issues. I'm staying with them for two days over the holidays and as long as take proper precautions no one will be any the wiser
  12. Just had my first cup of coffee and am now enjoying a loaded diper while lying In bed. It's cold and snowing but I'm warm and squishy in my diapers.