My wife and I attended a family backyard bbq/cookout/grill this evening. Towards the end, one of my wife's cousins went inside and put his baby in a sleeper; no feet, but still a cute, zip-up one-piece. Upon his appearance, I laughed and turned to those around me, all of whom have no idea I'm an AB, and said, "Ahhh, can't wait to get in mine at home." They all giggled, including my wife (the only one who does know), who gave me an understanding look.
When we got in the car, I commented something along the lines of, "One of the great things about having a 'little side': you can make comments like that without anyone suspecting a thing."
She laughed warmly and said, "Yeah. I knew what was running though your head," and winked. Then she added: "That's cute how you call it your 'little side'."
It was uplifting to see her approach it so lightly for once. It gave me hope that I can be an AB and be happily married at the same time.
So, that's my story for the day. What surprising occurrences have you been party to that showed an interesting measure of tolerance towards ABDLism, whether they know you are or not?