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  1. dondd

    Took out the trash

    I use a lidded trash can as a diaper pail. Scented kitchen drawstring bag as a liner. Not too bad for keeping the smell down. Once it gets full the weight is impressive. Enough so that I always worry that the bag will tear as I am taking it out to the rolling bin. With this in mind, one might think I would empty the pail more often. Speaking of which...
  2. dondd

    More surgery....

    Best wishes for a successful surgery and speedy recovery!
  3. dondd


    I make no claims as to the certainty of this person being padded, but it sure impressed me the same way.
  4. dondd

    The Smell of Flownase

    Using the Costco version of Flonase. My family has decided that the smell is that of dead roses, or at least floral. On a related note, why would you steal pee?
  5. dondd

    Real chance to visit a AB/DL store

    @AluminumBlack I have been to Northshore Care Supply in Buffalo Grove, IL, the Tykables store in Mt. Prospect, IL and Personal Care Medical Supplies in Ft. Wayne, IN as well as many medical supply stores over my years of travel and diaper wearing. At no time did I have to tell them that I am a diaper lover or offer any information about my sex life. Nor would you have to come out and say that you are AB. At Northshore I pick up diapers that I have pre-ordered online. The friendly receptionist asks your name, retrieves your order from a nearby table, and wishes you a good day. Little different, and probably better, than most order pick ups. When I walked into Personal Care the lady at the counter greeted me immediately and asked if she could help in some way. I told her that I had read about the store on line and just wanted to see what they had to offer. The AB type diapers and supplies are in and to the right once you walk in and quite easy to spot. The lady was helpful without being pushy, friendly without crossing boundaries. At no time was I made to feel uncomfortable or get a sense that I was anything other than a valued customer. Tykables caters solely to the AB/DL market and you can feel quite at home there. The staff is friendly and quite knowledgeable. And all the fun stuff you may have seen online; cribs, stuffies and the like, are all right there to see. Lots of clothes to see and you can try them on to check the fit. I will be back to visit each of these stores. To tell you to not be nervous is pointless. You will be and that is just normal and fine. Just know that these people are in business to make a living helping people like you and I. They want you to be comfortable and come back again and again.
  6. Thank you for sharing this story.
  7. dondd

    Capcon 2019

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    Capcon 2019

    I have to ask. As a DL - no AB interest, or at least very little, what do I have to look forward to at CAPCON? I have seen many reports on this event and they look great - IF you are an adult baby. What does this event offer to a DL with little to no interest in ageplay/regression? I have watched from afar for years, wondering if I should attend. After all I live here. But I am a diaper lover, not an adult baby. Please do not get me wrong, This is a great event for those who fit here. I am just not sure that I would fit. Can anyone fill me in and help me to decide if this is something I should attend? Thanks, Don
  9. dondd

    Whats up with that?

    I hear you there. I have been wearing full time for a few years but still have fantasies and dreams about wearing. Strange, but I feel great when I realize that I am living out those fantasies and dreams.
  10. dondd

    I'm Doing a Brave Thing

    Well said. Hope that things went well for you. Please update us if you can @le Hollandais and let us know how the rest of your morning went.
  11. Falling is easy. It is the sudden stop at the end you need to avoid!
  12. dondd

    So I wet the bed last night....

    Maybe apropos of nothing... Some years ago I was having great difficulty sleeping through the night as I was up several times to use the washroom. I initially thought that it was a bladder/prostate issue (which was a later concern but not the primary cause). Saw my pulmonologist who ordered a sleep study and found out that sleep apnea was a problem. I really never got deep enough to sleep for my body to shut down fully. As a result, I was producing urine all night. This led to a full bladder and multiple potty trips every night. A CPAP was prescribed and normal sleep patterns returned. I still need to get up at least once per night, but great improvement has been had. See your doctor, be open to causes other than bladder/kidney/prostate. Take care of your health first and then deal with any remaining wetting issues in the manner that best suits you. Best of luck to you!
  13. dondd

    An Existential Question

    Semantics, shemantics... Bed wetter = one who passes urine while in bed/sleeping. What they are wearing at the time is irrelevant. Otherwise we would be discussing pajama wetters, boxer wetters, brief wetters, diaper wetters, etc. In those cases the bed being wet is secondary to the undergarments and only one who sleeps naked would be a true bed wetter. The same logic applies to pants wetters as well. The terms are general in nature and not truly specific to the dress/location of the person but more indicative of night wetting (bed wetter) and day wetting (pants wetter) and usually apply to the uncontrolled loss of urine. Exceptions exist, of course. For instance if you work third shift and sleep when the sun is out you could be a bed wetter with out being a night wetter.
  14. dondd

    Random Thread

    On the topic of asses - Everyone likes a little. No one likes a smart.
  15. dondd

    Couldn't Exactly Do The Birthday Thing

    A belated Happy Birthday! Enjoy your diapers how and when you can.