My wife's not into it (though she's accepting) and I have teenage kids at home, so there are certainly forces at work here that limit how much time I spend in diapers. That said, I want
a family, and I accept that having one comes with limits. I'm ok.
Since the onset of the pandemic, I've been working from home. Wife and kids resumed commuting to work and school a couple of years ago, so diapers and onesies and bottles became my workday tradition. That falls apart somewhat when summer arrives and the kids are home on vacation, and then perhaps I feel a bit starved for little-time (although it sure feels special when it happens).
I think I have a pretty healthy balance, all things considered. I don't feel like wearing diapers is preventing me from doing anything that I want or need to do. When I'm not wearing, I'm seldom distracted by the desire to wear. The people around me are variously unaware of or not bothered by my wearing. As circumstances change, I'll reevaluate and adjust.