Glad you could stop by. I'm in the process of making some changes to diaper-dj.com. I've been quite busy lately, but I'm trying to make a few updates here and there - eventually it'll all be updated! :-)
I've updated the navigation bar at the top of the page - I'm still testing the program that generated it, but I think it's working out pretty well. Moving your mouse over certain links will pull down a more detailed menu (pictures, writing, etc), while the rest simply take you to another area of the site.
I took the forums offline finally since nobody was using them, and I've updated the program that manages the photos section to the latest version. Should make things a lot cleaner around here. :)
Don't I know you?
Some of you used to know me as "Baby Chip" (now reduced to a page redirecting you to this site). A lot of things have changed in my life, and so I decided to change my nick (nickname - your "nick" is basically your screen name on IRC). As you've probably guessed by my new name, I still wear diapers. The latter half of my name refers to life as a DJ.
I've been asked why I wear diapers more times than I can count. The answer is simple. Given the alternatives, I'd rather wear a diaper. All things considered, diapers are the most practical for my life situation at the moment. Is it possible that I won't wear diapers in the future? Sure, anything's possible.
Before you jump to conclusions about me, let me explain a bit more. I wear diapers 24 x 7. I do wet the bed at night, so rather than wake up in a cold, wet bed, I'd rather wake up in a wet diaper. Diapers are my choice of underwear. Just like some people prefer briefs, others prefer boxers, others like leather or silk or latex, I prefer diapers.
There are other ways of dealing with wetting -- catheters, medications, restricting fluid intake (never a good idea), but in my case, diapers are the most practical and comfortable solution. I do still have my briefs, boxers and boxer-briefs, and I do sometimes wear them over my diapers if the situation warrants.
I'm about to contradict myself a bit. Though I am chronologically 30, I do feel more like a kid than an adult. My room is decorated much like a teenager's room might be. I collect stuffed animals. I have several stuffed animals on my bed -- they make wonderful pillows. Bugger to those feather-leaking regular pillows. My 26" Bedtime Bear is the perfect softness and he doesn't complain about getting put in a headlock in the middle of the night. ;-)
Diapers do have advantages - you don't have to get up in the middle of a movie to go to the bathroom (*cough*TITANIC). They're wonderfly warm if you go skiing. You don't have to wash them (well, disposables anyway). They're soft and in my opinion, very comfortable. Yes, they do have disadvantages too - they can leak and make a mess. If you leave them out (when they're wet), they can start to stink. But so can your toilet - try living in the basement of a college dorm with 19 football players... But I digress...
For those of you who know me, and are not bothered by my diapers, thank you. For those of you who've tried it with me, a double thank you - you all looked sooooo cute in them. For those of you who think it's just too weird, and won't talk to me because of it, try it. You just might like it. If not, at least get over it and talk to me. I don't bite - unless you ask. O:-)
I ran across this rather perfect description of me as a diaper wearer and an Aquarius. Thanks to Little AB and his website for the insight! :-P
AQUARIUS (January 20 - February 17)
phrase: "Look at ME"
Aquarian babies are delights to a parent or babysitter who can accept his free spirited nature and high intelligence. It's impossible to force the spirit of an Aquarian into a preselected pattern, so don't waste your time trying. Every Aquarian Adult Baby is unique unto him or herself.
The natural paths of childhood development don't apply to them; rather, they mature in unusual spurts that leave them wondering what happened to the serenity and love of their babyhood. As infants, they thrived on visual and tactile stimuli, mommy's surprises as well as unexpected changes in their lives and they are no different as adult babies. They are not particularly happy in a daily routine, preferring to observe the world from the safety of their diapers and their caretaker's love. But the unique mental perspective of being an adult baby often creates feelings of isolation and loneliness, leading to depression, so the caregiver must be especially careful to help his or her baby find their way in the bewildering world of being an AB. Social interactions and friendships are very important to any Aquarian, especially ABs. Help them find other ABs to talk and play with and they will be eternally grateful.
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