Who else for a middle aged guy to quote other than the great Bob D.
I have ether thought this in my head.
Or I've seen it in real life.
If real, I am relieved for today's youth.
Back in the late 60's / early 70's
It was very rare to see a kid in diapers past there 3rd birthday.
If you're in your 40's please correct me if I'm wrong.
NO KID WEARS DIAPERS PAST THREE.
I heard it over and over again...
I remember numerous times I'd at least make a big wet spot in my pants.
This went on for years and ignored by my parents.
And bed wetting was very consistent.
My Mom thought it was better to let me pee all over the bed and sheets.
Than give me protection. And I slept on the same sheets the next night.
Now I see older kids like 5+ wearing Pull Ups.
I am a little envious that I had to be teased for my wet spots.
Rather than being "one of those kids" that wore absorbent underpants.
So is it me, or are parents more open since they now do have alternatives.
And why have our previous generations been so "weird" about "flow control"?