CA1959 said:Hello I have been have the the thoughts of just wearing diapers 24/7 but for whatever reason I haven't I don't know maybe im nervous about it I mean I would really like too. Is there any advice others can give about going 24/7. Thanks
I've had identical experiences in the past and know the feeling. As an older person I am in a position where I can comfortably wear whenever I want, so I do have an advantage that many of the younger members here don't have. I've been wearing 24/7 for the last couple of weeks and I've noticed something curious this time: after two weeks it is still mostly enjoyable. There have been a few times on certain days when wearing a diaper was not overly appealing, but, at the same time, there was nothing special about switching back to regular underwear either, so I simply decided to stay in diapers. I matched the diaper to the activities that I planned, wearing GoodNites when concealment and restroom convenience was important, and being fully padded at other times. There would be no reason to wear a diaper under a swimming suit, as long as you aren't incontinent, so swimming should not be an issue. You don't normally wear underwear with a swimming suit, do you? Don't make some kind of commitment to be in a diaper every moment of every day if that interferes with having fun. You can enjoy wearing some kind of a diaper anytime you would normally wear underwear and still get involved in all kinds of fun activities.Foxroxsox said:I tried 24/7 while on a 2 week vacation. It lasted about 8 days. then I got board. I wanted to go ride a bike. or go swimming. or go hang out with some friends. or, well.. I got bored!
I realized that a huge part of the fun of something is wanting it. I want chocolate fudge icecream with cherries and sprinkles all the time, But I would get sick of it if I had it all the time.
LittleAaron said:I do not currently wear 24/7...
LittleAaron said:As for expenses, if you buy in bulk and go with generics, the cost for the diapers themselves are about $70/month. (Walgreen's Certainty Briefs @ 52 cents each, 4 diapers a day, 4 packs a month, any extras can roll into the next month or in case of additional changes or faulty diapers) Add an additional $10-20 for wipes and powders. I know generics do not give many that adult baby feeling, but they get the job done. Anyway, I could do it for less than $100 a month.