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    There will be a TL;DR at the bottom so If you're impatient, go straight to that.

    To make a long story short, I came out to my mum as ABDL, I may not have picked the best time to do it, but, I did anyway.
    We were walking back from to shop after grabbing some milk and bread and I told her I had something on my mind. So naturally, she pressed on, she said that she needed to know now that I had told her that. I had been sitting on the idea of telling her for two or three years now since I figured out that I was ABDL, and now that I've started padding up, I felt like having it in the house was a dirty secret to keep. I had tried little hints, like showing her some rompers and mentioning that I thought that they were cute, all the way to drawing babyfur art in front of her but none of it worked. So whilst I was walking, I mentioned about ABDL and how it was a part of who I was and that I had padding in the house.
    She was OK with it but wasn't too happy about it, and mentioned that it had to be well hidden (I know it does! She thinks I'm an idiot! No way I was letting anyone but I know where it was!)
    I told her where I got the padding from, and the reason I wanted to tell her was so that if I walked into the house with padding on my person, she wouldn't demand to know what was in the bag or ask what I had bought.

    Now that I have told her though, I feel like she looks at me differently, like I'm some sicko, even though she's told me that she's fine with it and the fact that she's more than ok about my human pup side.
    Another reason I told her was that the longer I was keeping this as a secret, the worse I felt about going into littlespace, and it was a perpetual cycle of shame. I couldn't deal with it any longer.

    So, TL;DR: I came out to my mum, went better than expected, but feel like she looks at me differently now, despite knowing I'm a human pup.


    And a question to you lot, what was your coming out as ABDL like? Did you come out by choice or force? Have you come out or will you come out in the future?

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    Mine was a nightmare. I was in college, and had come home for a dinner with company. I was having a psychotic break, and started crying during dinner and couldn't stop crying. I went back to school, but my mom searched my room, probably looking for drugs. What she found were makeshift diapers and gay porn. I came home each weekend for dinner, so she confronted me with the discoveries and things became instantly horrible.

    She made an appointment for me with a psychiatrist at a residential mental facility outside of Princeton. She thought both infantalism and homosexuality were a form of mental illness or sickness, so things didn't go well. I too thought that for a long time, my parents didn't look at me the same way. My refuge was graduating and getting a job in another state, moving away. Eventually I got married and we had a child and so my mom thought I was on the right track, or at least the track she wanted me on. But none of it was ever easy.

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    HI BusterBunny

    Well done for doing that, I never came out to me parents, because I didn't know that I was a Little.
    now that people I live with know Paddy how is my son is also a middle.

    it is just great being able to wear around him and although he may teas me a bit, it no more than a big bro would do to the kid bro.

    now from what you are telling us it sounds like your mother is working thing out. all parents wont the best for there child.

    but it great that she did not go mad at you over it.

    there may be a conversation that you will need to have further down the line.
    because she will be having question for you.

    all the best kido

    Siysiy



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    I know how you feel bro. Sometimes I feel as tho my mum looks at me differently , knowing that I'm an adult baby. I came out to my mum when I was 11. She wasn't at all angry with me in anyway , all though through the years she did try to discourage me from wearing nappiesm. Now she lets me do whatever I want as long as I dont take liberties.

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    I know how you feel bro. Sometimes I feel as tho my mum looks at me differently , knowing that I'm an adult baby. I came out to my mum when I was 11. She wasn't at all angry with me in anyway , all though through the years she did try to discourage me from wearing nappiesm. Now she lets me do whatever I want as long as I dont take liberties.

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    Good for you! And congrats she took it well. I definitely relate to your story, and for myself, it was rather stressful. I should mention however that my family values trust quite a bit, which is what brought me to make the decision to come out. So, In my mind, the options were to betray the trust of my family or to continue being open and honest, and that was something I did explain to them. In my case, I arranged a meeting after dinner to meet alone with my mother because there was something I wanted to tell her. I actually took me a while to get to the little part, as I placed a large emphasis on not wanting to abuse trust or go behind their backs inside their house, which is probably why things went so well. She was actually relieved when I said it was just wanting kid stuff since she thought it was something like drugs initially.
    After that, I offered her further resources like http://understanding.infantilism.org/ and others that I can no longer find. There was some family therapy (at my request, not at all forced) to help talk things out a little more and figure out what everyone's okay with and how to better tell others about it in the future. So, now I get the supplies I need myself and do my own thing, in an appropriate way, of course, being considerate of others.

    Good for you though telling her. If you continue in an open and respectful way I think things will work out rather well.

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    After my medical discharge from the military I was physically needing, and still wanting, diapers 24/7. I also had to sleep on my parents couch as they had already taken over my old bedroom.

    Since I knew there was no way I'd be able to hide it for long, I just came out and told them. My mom was actually relieved I gave her an explanation, as before I went in the military she would often come across or search for my diaper stash. Back then she treated it as a dirtly little secret, but afterwards she treated it as a part of who I was.

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    For me it is a little different and I guess you can say I never have actually came out to my parents about being an Adult Baby but I am estranged from them and could really careless what they think anyway about what I do with my life. They gave me so much grief and verbal abuse for years from the age of 12 to 18 about coming out as a Lesbian that it led me to the decision that I didn't want them in my life that much anymore. Of course if one of them gets really ill or something I will know but other than that leave me alone to my life. The great thing is I had an escape and I am so thankful for my than girlfriend who I am no longer in a physical relationship with but we are still best friends and I still live in her home and she is my age regression Mommy. She is much older than me at the age of 41 but has the spirit of someone in her 20's. So technically I never came out as an Adult Baby to my parents and never will because I don't care what they think. My family is my best friend and Mommy and her parents who all know and accept me for who I am and care for me.

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    I never "came out" to my parents, but they have seen things and probably have it figured out. Never once said anything to me about it, but I'm actually kind of happy about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocketman View Post
    I never "came out" to my parents, but they have seen things and probably have it figured out. Never once said anything to me about it, but I'm actually kind of happy about that.
    I've had the exact same experience. Parents have definitely found stuff and probably figured it out but no one ever mentioned it. This is how I want to keep it.


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