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REG

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  1. she looks too young, ive reported it to the site hopefully theyll do something. Theres no watermark on the video so no way to prove its a content creator either, if you couldnt find anything then chances are its an amateur, private video which she might not know is even uploaded
  2. https://superundies.com/collections/protective-briefs Closest thing i've ever been able to find, I havent tried these and dont know if there are UK sellers, but there are american/international sellers. Definitely get an insert, but hopefully somebody with experience of cloth will answer your question soon
  3. Yeah it should be fun to go down to her level for a bit, idk why you'd even ask us, just do it and give her an exciting time
  4. i think it's okay, you need to change a diaper, so you have a reason to use these facilities. If you don't feel uncomfortable choosing to wear a diaper then you shouldn't feel bad about needing the disabled space to wear it, as far as other people are concerned you need that space.
  5. Being diapered at the cinema is an amazing experience, take your boy, a change for each of you, a fuck load of movie snacks and drinks (duh) and decide how you want to enjoy the time! Just always be careful about not letting anyone else find out what you're doing!
  6. This is so vividly written, please publish more!
  7. Overall I think this is concerning at best. Raising children is difficult, and I'm trying to understand her position, some mothers don't want their children to grow up to be too different from them, but this is not a reason to keep them in diapers. Many people have lived and made peace with the fact they are incontinent, it sounds like Ian's friend has to me, but there is no telling how the perception that it is normal could affect children, especially if that's all they have been exposed to. (Warning, personal opinion coming next), I think it is best for parents to prepare their children for integration with society and equip them with the lessons and experience needed to prosper within it. Then it can be up to the children to choose what they want and what they don't want to think, feel, and do when they're older... and this included wearing diapers. The philosophical part I suppose is focusing on what the role of parents should be... which one could argue to be integration to society. I feel like she will be difficult to persuade by that argument because she's considering homeschooling them, so they won't feel the adverse affects of extended wearing, but try to reach her about their future and how they integrate and make it in the world without being unnecessarily bullied, and diapers will add up cost wise over time!
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