Cereal said:I would have to say I love how he leaves the closet light on before he leaves for work. He's known I'm afraid of the dark.
Cereal said:I like just spending time with daddy. He works a ton, so our time is limited to a couple of hours (if that) before bedtime.
ParkABDL said:Hi! Knowing that you're Gemmy's hubby, probably looking for some advice as a partrime caregiver yourself (the "compromise" post you two worked out), I have some suggestions:
1. Tuck in at night, most ABDL's like being put down to sleep after a long day of play.
2. Watch television together and snuggling on the couch is pretty fun, just ABDL clothes.
3. Are you up to "changing" him/her...? I know it may sound strange for a non-ABDL, but it's something most of us enjoy nonetheless.
Other than that I'm pretty out of ideas, unless you're willing to do some semi-extreme stuff.
GemmysHubby said:Thanks for the direct suggestions ParkABDL.
The last couple of evenings I have cuddled with Gemmy and watched cartoons, given them their pacifier, set out stickers papers and crayons for playtime, spoonfed princess-shape spaghettios, given a bubble bath and diapered/changed Gemmy before tucking them in with a warm bottle of milk and a bedtime story.
I was looking for ideas for other little (or big) things to try to enhance the experience for Gemmy. I don't share the same mindset so I'm not sure what things really make the experience of regressing with a caregiver most rewarding.
I'm open to any suggestions, and I'm also still interested to hear what all the other little ones have to say about the question in general. Thanks!