Alright, I needed to get that last post off my little chest, I originally had it prefacing this post, but I’d rather keep this one all light, and all fluffy πŸ™‚ So, I have some pics to share from a recent Festival day!

Sometimes when I want to feel extra comfy and padded I wear one of my many diaper covers over my disposables. It really doesn’t serve a purpose other than looking super-cute and lessening the crinkly sounds and you know I don’t mind the crinkling. I also wore a stuffer, but I did something I have a bad habit of… I put in one of those Tranquility Stuffers, and right as I’m about to walk out the door I stop, reach into my diaper and take it out, afraid that a day of walking with a stuffer will be too uncomfortable.

For this day it was Paris-bought Tena Slip Maxis, diaper cover and tights covered by a cute thrift store find, what seems to be a hand-stitched lacy dress, I live around alot of Amish and crafty people so thrift stores in this area are lit πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯. I’m into cotton and breezy fashions, especially vintage and even victorian style ABDL stuff. You know how they used to make all kids wear dresses in the 1800s, there was no boy/girl clothes, there were just baby clothes? There’s some neat looks that came from that, very “sissy” but not over the top. I do like poofy dresses and stuff, but for walking around in public I prefer the more simple, elegant breakdown of the design. Baby clothes are pragmatic clothes, and what’s more simple than a bleached white sleeveless dress? Good for diaper changes and checks. The clothes should be easy, it’s the diapers and the girl that are the complicated parts.

Speaking of silly things little girls do with their clothes, on the way to the Festival I realized I had my tights on backward. These are vintage tights, they have the lines running up the back and my silly self forgot about them and only realized in the car. So, of course, I have to slip off my shoes, pull up my dress and down my tights, avoid stop signs and tall trucks so no one can spy on my re-arranging. I’m trying not to distract the driver and am feeling kinda silly, but of course I’m taking silly pictures too πŸ˜› Car pictures always come out so cute… must be all the natural light and the air of exhibitionism.

I had a long day, fun day, and came home fairly damp. When I got home and wet it the last time it did leak a little bit, so maybe the stuffer would have been good. I think my next post will be about stuffers…

So a long diaper day with a leaky little end πŸ˜› I hope you like the pictures and this is basically the last set taken with my old phone, I have a new mobile which means new camera and better pics/videos! Here’s one I took the other day when I was romping around in my Goodnites πŸ™‚

Life is exciting and refreshing and positive things lie ahead. Give your stuffies a snuggle and look for more stuff soon πŸ™‚

White (Preface)

This is a little rant about some of the persistent people that have contacted me over the years with negative, uncomfortable and/or pedophilic comments, and how it can erode my desire to make content because I know these people are enjoying it as well. Reader discretion advised.

There has been someone who has commented with something involving a meticulously described white dress and an underage girl and all these strange religious allusions, I’ve been blocking and deleting them and reporting them but they still find a way to post. It get’s tiring, frustrating, and makes you not want to be a part of anything to do with the ABDL world.

I’ve had serious, real-life, police-involved issues with people not understanding privacy, limits, safety or with people who disagree with my message/existence in general. But frankly, the TERFs or trolls are one thing, the invasive ABDLs are another. I’m a target, especially how long I’ve been posting, adding the fact that I’m divisive (read: trans) to some, I tend to receive more than my share of nonsense. I’ve gotten quite good at protecting myself and more comfortable with the block button, but it feels like the nonsense is at it’s peak and only getting worse with people more virulent and outspoken.

I just feel AB/DL and any minority really just needs to contemplate ways to not let them win, not let them drag us down. I beleive there are ways, but much of it comes internally, to overcome the inevitabile slings and arrows. It’s so painful to share your heart and have it derided, misunderstood or attacked. For me, it was tough to start sharing it, and has been tougher to open up after each consecutive blow, though I have been better at dodging them. 

Basically, my little white dress in these posts made me feel bad for a second but I snapped out of it, telling myself “Don’t let ANYONE make you feel bad about your healthy hobbies”, even if the most uncomfortable stuff comes from within the fandom. Believe me, I have seen and heard the absolute depths and it’s messed with my head, fearing that their dark fantasies are a reflection on me, that i’m really this bad person inside too because i’m enabling them. But I must remind myself, I’m me, they are them, and the twain shall never meet.  

With that said, crinkly comments, kinky ideas and constructive criticism are always welcome, just remember you’re talking to another human being πŸ™‚ A friendly human being, but one with limits.

Anything to do with minors (under 18) is never welcome, I will report your ass.

——Rant over ~ I feel better——–

Look forward to the next post, which is up now!


(I started writing this post years ago but never finished it ~ was living in Buffalo, was thoroughly unhappy in life and needed to do something. This Disney trip was the beginning of a very positive change in my life)

Hey there friends! I have a little story to tell you, it’s about a babygirl visiting DisneyWorld! I went in December 2015 during the coldest part of the season in Buffalo, It was lovely to get away to the warmth of good friends and theme park adventures.

I left on very very rainy day, took the greyhound for the first step of the trip. I made plans to spend a day or two before the trip with friends before flying out to Florida. It was a largely uneventful few days but very relaxing.

I ate my little butt off (or on?) at Golden Corral, bought a new purse and some new tights for travels, and got already to go! We took a car to the airport and I made sure to have my nappies on πŸ™‚

Couple flights later I was on my way to Florida. Drove across Orlando to the entrance to the DisneyWorld complex, look at it from a satellite sometime, there’s miles and miles of nothing but Disney, hotels, parks, malls, all of it with Disney branding. Around DinseyLand in Southern California you can get away from the Disney stuff pretty easy but DisneyWorld is exactly that, an entire immersive world of nothing but Disney. I was bouncing and crinkling up in down in the car when I came across the sign, I’m pretty sure every little wets their pants when they realize they’re at Disney.

We made it to our home for the next week (we stayed at the “Movies” version of the All-Star Hotels) and then headed out to The Magic Kingdom. I was already missing my little teddy bears back home, but as soon as I got to the park my eyes lit up and I couldn’t think of anything but magic and cartoons.

I spent the next week visiting the parks and snapped a ton of fun pictures!

Went all over the Kennedy space center ~ saw the Atlantis space shuttle. If you visit make sure to see the whole show, it’s amazing, especially the “reveal” of the space shuttle. There’s a video someone made of the pre-show on YT here.

Because I’m not a big fan of Rollercoasters and I am a big fan of culture and travel, Epcot is where I had the most fun. Took some pics of the Japanese displays, showing off lots of cute/kawaii outfits and little stuff πŸ™‚ I went to get hotel breakfast one morning and saw that a tour group has prepared breakfast… white bread, donut and fruit cocktail. Probably my favorite part of traveling is the random weird stuff.

Met some stormtroopers and played some guitar hero, saw the worlds biggest gingerbread house and tried to avoid the worlds biggest crowds. My favorite scary ride was probably the Test Track at Epcot, I do love the little rides like Peter Pan though πŸ™‚

It was a lovely adventure, seems so long ago. I don’t remember many of the details, I do remember all the fun. It’s been fun looking through these old pictures, next post look forward to some new ones ❀

Thanks for reading, more stuff sooooon πŸ˜›