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    working with farm animals is way more work, and the people who do it love the lifestyle and are committed. nothing gross will stop them.

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    I'm also wondering why do you have to do ever single diaper change? Adult babies are still 50% adults. So then why do you have to do 100% of the changes? And yeah, the toilet is still always an option for every voluntary AB when they want it to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xionghaizi View Post
    working with farm animals is way more work, and the people who do it love the lifestyle and are committed. nothing gross will stop them.
    This. Gourd. This a thousand times.

    You know you've gotten in deep when some critter you're housing has a weird poo and you run online to ask a bunch of other farming people if they know why and how to take care of it or IS IT GONNA DIE?! And then you find out they've just eaten a weed that disagreed with their tummy and they're fine and you over-reacted.

    My niece kept insisting that she wanted a pig for a pet and that she would come to our house and take care of it. We got her to go clean the neighbor lady's horse barn and she came back and said "I don't want a pig. That was terrible! And she said a pig is WORSE."

    I'm going to echo the advice you got earlier in the thread though, I think it might be time to just sit down and have a talk with your little one about the changing. :3 Maybe she would like having 'big girl pullups' sometimes so she could change herself?

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    I really really disagree with the "just deal with it" answers. This is not a life or death situation.

    You're both consenting adults who deserve to be happy. A big space talk is definitely in order. If your little insists on being in diapers full time, it's not unfair of you to ask her to change herself once in a while. Heck maybe you can incorporate it into the dynamic by rewarding her for being a big girl and cleaning after herself. Same would apply to potty training. Maybe extra rewards for helping taking out the trash like a well behaved toddler trying to help.

    You shouldn't have to just cope or "deal with it" as it may lead to unnecessary friction. Communication is key.

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    I really like the "farm animal" analogy so I'm going to suggest that you just let her graze awhile out in the back yard naked....like a farm animal. Okay....just kidding. You need to assess as to how you feel and how long you want to continue this relationship. Then you both need to have a sit down talk. If she's getting rashes, she needs a break from diapers. One can wear cloth diapers and not use them for their intended purposes. You're still diapered but dry and clean. They're easy to un-pin when one needs to use the toilet.

    The other solution is to have her change her own diapers sometimes, especially if she's messy.

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    Having her not be in diapers all the time could be a good solution, but it sounds like both of you are reluctant to do that. There are quite a few alternative solutions:
    • She's in diapers all the time, but only uses them part of the time.
    • She's in diapers all the time, but only uses them for wetting.
    • She changes herself some of the time.
    • She's diapered all the time except for one or more days throughout the week to give you a break (24/6?).

    Regardless of what sounds appealing, I second Sheepies' advice—big space communication is needed.

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    Hi, If she is medically incontinent then it's just a fact of life. however of her wearing nappies (diapers) is something she wants to do and wants to use them totally then there is a possible solution. Whilst not potty training as such, what you could possibly try is:-

    She is allowed to wet her nappies which you will change. If she needs to pass solid matter, then she asks "to go potty", you take her into the bathroom, take off her nappy and help position her on the toilet. then depending on what you want to do, you can stay and watch her and then clean her up and put her back in a nappy afterwards, or you can leave the bathroom until she announces she is finished and then you go back in, clean her up and put her nappy back on.
    Last edited by PCBaby; 1 Week Ago at 19:23. Reason: grammer

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    Quote Originally Posted by LamarMarcotte37 View Post
    Hi,
    My little girl has been in diapers all the time for a while now and though she likes it and I love seeing her cute diapered bottom I am getting tired of changing diapers. When we decided on her wearing diapers full time I didn't realize how often I would be changing her, especially when we learned that she gets rashes easy. I feel like I am constantly doing diaper changes. I am probably just reacting to a recent bout of diarrhea and her nursery smelling bad even with a diaper pail but I am considering potty training. Any coping advice?
    1. Decide what you want. Is it changing her less frequently? Not changing messy diapers? Limiting diaper time to weekends? Figure that out.
    2. Talk to her, outside of your big/little RP. Explain what the issue is. Propose the limits you would be more comfortable with. Hopefully she's fine with them. If she's unhappy, reassure her that you still care, you just want things to be sustainable long-term, and the current situation isn't. Remember, you're aiming for a happy, healthy, long-term relationship. "Coping" with something that will grate on you, long-term, is not helpful.
    3. Go from there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LamarMarcotte37 View Post
    Hi,
    My little girl has been in diapers all the time for a while now and though she likes it and I love seeing her cute diapered bottom I am getting tired of changing diapers. When we decided on her wearing diapers full time I didn't realize how often I would be changing her, especially when we learned that she gets rashes easy. I feel like I am constantly doing diaper changes. I am probably just reacting to a recent bout of diarrhea and her nursery smelling bad even with a diaper pail but I am considering potty training. Any coping advice?
    Just tell her she needs to start changing her own, she is an adult.

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    Sounds like some boundaries need to be set. A relationship is about communication. Sometimes you gotta go outta little space once in a while. As fun as it can be to go 247 if boundaries are not set and set in stone expect it the rest of your life. Bring your little one to do something nice, hold her tight and stay calm and matter of fact about it and mabey offer a treat system for when she can "help daddy" or other encouragement best of luck.

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