This is a Judeo-Christian-centric post. If you don't share that general worldview, feel free to ignore it with my continued good wishes.
What does it mean to want to wear diapers and love God? Well, just that. I was feeling down on myself earlier for wanting to wear diapers and I realized that God loves us for who we are, not what we wear. If diapers are pleasing to us and don't prevent us from doing what He wants us to be doing, then they are of no consequence!
God cautions us to have no other gods before Him (literally, before His face). For some I think other things can be those very gods He's cautioning us about. And then they become stumbling blocks for us. For some, it's money. For others, diapers.
There are two sides to this tragic coin: One one, you can love diapers TOO much and covet them and spend all your time on them and forget about God. On the other, you can despise yourself for wanting to wear them and then allow your despair to come between you and God by now allowing Him to forgive your sins.
So let us, then, endeavour to land on the edge of the coin and love ourselves as we are, diapers and all, and go on doing what He desires for us, knowing that He loves us more than we could ever know.
Thanks for listening to my rant.