Do you have your own play room? Nursery?

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Hey everyone I was just curious if anyone has a play room, nursery, or whatever tickles your fancy.

Also would love to hear experiences from anyone that has a nursery and lives with a vanilla partner.

I was recently finally able to afford a house and there is a perfect tucked away spare room that I’ve been thinking about turning into a playroom.

It’s not huge but I’d love to have a crib and a small padded room. Might even be able to fit a changing table.
 
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We had a spare guest room that we converted into a complete nursery for me.
 
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I currently do not have a playroom/nursery. I'm thinking about maybe building a tiny house. Perhaps a 2-story one (It can be done), with the second story being a little playroom, with a crib, changing table and some toys.
 
No playroom or nursery. With kids at home such a thing just isn't possible. Really, even if wife and I had the place to ourselves, I'm not sure where we'd put one. We do have a small detached cabin next to the house, but we often have guests staying there. Hmmm...

Well, we won't be in this place forever. Maybe the next house can be selected with a secret nursery in mind. I'd be happy just to have a crib full of plushies that I could nap in from time to time. That seems so wonderful.
 
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Heh, I wish. With my folks trying to make more space in the house for their storage, it's always a challenge. One day when I get my own place (and who knows when that'll be), I'll try and work something out.
 
Sadly no, but I always look on with envy at those that do. It just ain’t ever happening in my world. I’m just glad that I can have a few plushies around. All my other little stuff is stealthfully concealed most of the time. I am very grateful that I can get into little mode when I want to, that’s mostly sleeping like a baby lol.
 
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My apartment is basically a little nest. I love it
 
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I live in a studio apartment. It’s really everything I could have ever dreamed of. I can have toys displayed everywhere! And all my stuffed animals live here with me!
I have a dedicated corner that sits in front of the closet I keep all of my little clothing and diapees in. I keep my coloring books and toys in that corner, and it’s where I sit when I play or color or just lay down and let myself be little. As most ABDLs would, naturally I dream of having a nursery one day, but this little corner already gives me so much joy. This winter has been full of mornings spent soggy, playing in my corner as I watch the snow fall down outside. I’ll have to move shortly after I graduate next year, so I’m making the most of it while I can.
 
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I don't have one, nor do I think I should. Don't get me wrong, I would love to have a room with a playmat, blocks, and maybe even a hot wheels racetrack, but I would always live in fear that SOMEONE would walk in on it accidentally. Plus, considering how expensive a decent apartment is in most major global cities these days, it would be really difficult to justify blowing money on a 2 bedroom for a single person.
 
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There is a room within our master bedroom meant for an office/day room/nursery that is my play room and storage room. I love that it’s away from the rest of the house tucked within my bedroom. I have curtains on the shelves so in less than 10 minutes it can look much less abdl and more like a cute storage room.
 
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Cottontail said:
No playroom or nursery. With kids at home such a thing just isn't possible. Really, even if wife and I had the place to ourselves, I'm not sure where we'd put one. We do have a small detached cabin next to the house, but we often have guests staying there. Hmmm...

Well, we won't be in this place forever. Maybe the next house can be selected with a secret nursery in mind. I'd be happy just to have a crib full of plushies that I could nap in from time to time. That seems so wonderful.
That would be fun a secret nursery 😎
 
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I live in a studio apartment. It’s really everything I could have ever dreamed of. I can have toys displayed everywhere! And all my stuffed animals live here with me!
I have a dedicated corner that sits in front of the closet I keep all of my little clothing and diapees in. I keep my coloring books and toys in that corner, and it’s where I sit when I play or color or just lay down and let myself be little. As most ABDLs would, naturally I dream of having a nursery one day, but this little corner already gives me so much joy. This winter has been full of mornings spent soggy, playing in my corner as I watch the snow fall down outside. I’ll have to move shortly after I graduate next year, so I’m making the most of it while I can.
Sounds amazing 🥹
 
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I have a corner of my living room that has plushies.
But my bedroom is my "Little Space" where most of my toys are located, along with more plushies.
Nothing fancy.
 
I live in my own house. I could turn one room into a nursery. But my sister is still living near me and she wouldn't want to see that. She did kind of find out a little about the little side of me this year. She thinks I am strange. But I like this kind of thing. When she moves I will turn the spare room into a nursery. Can't wait.
 
Today was clean my room day.
 
My room looks like a teenagers. First time in my life I've had a room all to myself, so I'm getting what I missed out on!

Video games, autographs, movie/video game posters, signed vinyl records, animation cells, rare geeky shirts, stuffies, a custom made LED sign with my YouTube channel logo, and some paintings from my talented friends... Oh, and of course the diapers... :whistle:

I don't know if I'd ever want an adult nursery but who knows what the future might bring?
 
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I have my bedroom, where I have a desk I build Lego sets at, a small racetrack diorama, and my organized Hot Wheels/Matchbox car storage. I store my diapers on top of my dresser in my closet.
My other room is called the Lego room; where I have organized storage for Lego pieces, my computer, a locker with my soda can/bottle collection and some old car parts, a racetrack/junkyard diorama, a table with some tools and my project Hot Wheels, and a giant table-sized multi-drawer toolbox that I use as a desk extension and storage for car badges, keys, and other things.
 
Do I have my own room/nursery? Yes; yes, I do.
 
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A work in progress. Still need a highchair!
 
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A work in progress. Still need a highchair!

Wow, that literally looks like a baby crib. Is that a baby crib? It sure don't look very big to me. It looks it was for a toddler? How on earth are you fitting into that crib? Unless, of course, there is some visual illusion I'm not seeing and the crib is actually much longer than what it looks like. I am fully aware of illusions. I mean like when I was 3 years old in the late 1970s when my body would look taller than the "It's A Small World" ride at Disneyland because my dad took a photo of me while kneeling down so the camera would be looking at things from my standpoint so that I was taller than the background! The giant toddler! LOL. You can do the same thing in reverse if you look downwards and take a photo of a full grown adult from a higher level - like a skier on a ski slope photographed by a photographer that is higher up looks relatively small.

But barring any illusions, it seems you would be too small to fit into that crib, unless A): you have dwarfism and are very little and lightweight, which is doubtful, or B.) You are scrunching yourself with your legs bent in a fetal position.

I have seen parents sleeping with their toddlers in their cribs before in photos, but 99% of the time, they have to scrunch their legs. After a while, that's a very uncomfortable position to be in, though some parents do it because their child won't go to sleep without them nearby.

- longallsboy
 
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