Even though I have made amazing strides towards accepting my ABDL-self the past few years, I still occasionally struggle with self-doubt. As such, I am grateful for reminders to accept myself and others for who they really are. Sometimes these reminders come out-of-the-blue. Continue reading “Unexpected Reminders”
The Day the Music Died
Authors Note: The following is a guest post from my wife, lets call her, KareBear. After reading the series I put together about My ABDL Journey, she wanted to write a post from her perspective after learning about my ABDL side.
I do not recall the words that were said the night my husband told me about his “little” side. I have no desire to try.
Over the past year or so, I have been trying to deepen some of my ABDL friendships. As an introvert, I have a relatively small inner circle of friends. The past few months, I have really come to appreciate my ABDL friends more than ever!
I usually message with a couple of my ABDL friends a couple times per day. One day, I was texting with, DLDex. As we were texting, I realized that the Boston Red Sox were coming to town to play the World Champion Royals in a 3-game series. Knowing that Dex was also a baseball fan, I made a half-joking comment that we should make a friendly, diaper based, wager on the series. We ran with it.