36b062bfafcb86c582f29d28f1dd17f4e43017e6a58e74c0459c54450f0c4005kayla_and_lisa_by_pieceofsoap-d8edadttumblr_nc68szwjzm1te16m7o1_500tumblr_nt30y2lcg21uba7iao1_1280tumblr_nuuhnzbulm1uba7iao1_500As I browsed through hundreds and hundreds of art images I found myself interested in these images which show a role reversal.  The adult is diapered and treated like a child by the kid.


So I scoured online for more Diaper Girl Art and saved my favorite images.  This post is all about messy diapers.

I realized its been awhile since I’ve actually posted diaper girls  on my diapergirlpictures blog, so how about some comics.  I selected some of my favorite ones the other day and thought I’d post them according to themes.  The first theme is breastfeeding.  One of my all time favorite activities.

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Yesterday was one of those “All In” AB days.  In the morning I got diapered up, put one a Onesie, and then onesie pajamas and went to Wal-Mart for some shopping.  Of course I was wearing regular clothes over the PJs.  You could never tell what I had on underneath.  I spent a lot of time looking at the various incontinence pads and bought some of the Men’s Guards pads that are 14 for $3 they could be my new go to stuffer.  I almost bought some of the Equate brand Overnight bladder pads for women, they look really big, and you get 30 for 8 dollars.


Anyway went out to the woods to take some pictures afterwards, I was in a place that is pretty popular but in the middle of the week, early in the morning I didn’t expect anyone to show up, and if they did I was pretty sure I’d have ample warning.  So I took off my street clothes and ran around in my Onesie for awhile.  In hindsight this was probably really stupid, just because I thought no one was around doesn’t mean that no one is around.


Then I got this idea, it was cool, but not freezing and I decided to take everything off but my diaper and get in the water and see how long I could handle it.  The answer wasn’t long, maybe 30 seconds.  Luckily I brought a spare diaper to change into, and the onesie felt so awesome on my cold damp skin.


After this little adventure I went to the thrift store.  I was walking around and spotted something that nearly floored me.  I big pink leotard, it looked really big and thought it would fit. I also spotted an opened package of girls XL Goodnites for 1 and then I decided to look at the shoes.  I’ve always wanted a pair of heels that would fit, but finding some big enough for my big feet wouldn’t be easy.  I’m a little bit turned on by cross dressing sometimes, especially cute girl clothes.  I found a pair of platform style shoes, they weren’t heels but they were several inches taller in the back then the front and size 12 womens.

One I got home I was in a state of near bliss.  With a Goodnite on I put the leotard on, it was tight but fit, then I put on the sandals which were very tight.  Walking around the house in this outfit I felt like a big bedwetting girl playing dress up before bed.  No pictures though from this, maybe later.

I was checking out the Goodwill store the other day and came across a great deal on some diapers.  It seems like anytime I find thrift store diapers they are either the blue Wings brand or the blue First Quality, which is sad since they both suck.  Still 18 diapers for 2 bucks is a pretty sweet deal.


So as I’m sure you know the cheap adult diapers are horrible.  The padding is thin and doesn’t have enough super absorbent gel to hold much.  Once the padding gets wet it starts to clump to the bottom and you’ll be experiencing leaks in a very short time.  The best way to make these useful is to add some extra absorbency which also spreads out the wetness.


I was recently in the Dollar General store and noticed that they carry a size 7 toddler diaper in a package of 20 for $5.50.  They also have DG poise pads in a pack of 12 for $3.50.  I couldn’t decide which would make the best booster pad so I got both.  Both work very well for stuffers and absorb a good deal of wetness.  It’s hard to say which works better, the pad definitely swells up bigger and may actually hold more moisture but the diaper is bigger and does a better job of spreading it out.  The diapers and the pads weigh almost the same, but the pads have sticky backs which make them a bit easier to use.  The diapers have the tabs which need to be torn off making them a bit more of a hassle to use as a stuffer.


So I thought, well if I want MAXIUM ABSORBANCY why not use both.  If I have time I like to use some hot glue to secure the smaller diaper in the adult diaper.  I think it’s a good idea to stretch both out when you glue them down so that the elastic of the baby diaper gets a bit stretched out helping support the adult diaper.  Of course make sure you use some kind of tool to poke lots of holes in the baby diaper before hand.  Cuts with a knife work but allow the gel to spill out.


Poke holes in the pad and stick it down inside the baby diaper.  Now you’ve got triple layer protection.  It’s really important to make sure the diaper is supported in some way because the cheap diaper will probably fall apart once it starts to get heavy.  A onesie is ideal, but even pants will work fine.img_9262

One last consideration on any adult diaper is the tapes.  Baby diapers use a single tape that is around 1-2 inches wide.  Adult diapers use two tapes that are about 1-2 inches wide.  Seems to me that they would work better with a single tape that is about 4 inches wide.  So I replaced the top tape with a piece of 4 inch long duct tape.  This allows you to pull the diaper around your hips tighter and after a couple hours was still secure.




One of the advantages to stuffer/cheap diaper combo over an expensive diaper is discreteness.  Wearing an expensive diaper like an Abena is going to be more noticble especially in the rear.  This diaper is really only thick in the crotch.

After a couple hours and some serious wettings the diaper didn’t have the super soggy about to fall off feel and the wetness indicators hadn’t changed colors.  IT was getting nice and squishy in the front though.


How about price?  The 2 stuffers in this diaper cost about 60 cents and the diaper its self a measly  10 cents, but closer to about 60 cents at full price.  In comparison an Abena L4 is just a bit under 2 dollars.  It’s not really a very good comparison, and I don’t have any scientific data but I’d guess that the cheap diaper double stuffed will still be leaking before the Abena due to how horrible the elastic is on the cheap diaper.

Just like their adult counterparts, cheap baby diapers are thin, have crappy elastic, and just don’t hold nearly as much wetness. It’s amazing how thin and cheap these Dollar General store diapers are, compared to any national brand diaper they are horrible.  For a couple more dollars Luvs probably swell up twice as thick.  If you want the ultimate in super swelling diapers then Huggies Overnites will absorb like crazy.





Today I was able to get diapered and I experienced the difference between a good and bad diapering.  I started this morning by using a cloth stuffer inside an Attends Breathable Brief.  I bought a couple packs of these Attends awhile back at a thrift store and while they were super cheap they are also super bad diapers.

With nothing but the diaper on I went about the house doing chores and what not.  Multiple times the bottom tapes came undone and the tops had to be readjusted several times.  I had only wet it a bit at this point.  I put on some pants and went to town to pick up a few items.  When I bent over to pick something up I felt the bottom tapes come undone again.  I didn’t really wet in feat of a leak.


My home made onesie keeping up a very swollen Molicare diaper.

I took the diaper off at home and found that almost every bit of padding had migrated between the legs and the tapes wouldn’t really stay tight. This was about an hour and half into wearing it and just a little wetting. Wearing something like this is a joke.  It’s absorption is laughable, it’s so uncomfortable.  I can’t imagine it working for anyone.  I decided to try a better diaper and went all out for a better experience.


I folded a very thin home made cloth diaper with two thin cloth stuffers.  It’s probably good enough for a couple wettings but very light.  Then I put on a Molicare Super over it.  When it comes to good diapers I’ve tried the Molicare Super is one of my favorites.  It’s super comfortable.  The cloth diapers become saturated and spread the wetness out around the diaper.  Since they are tightly pinned on they help keep the wetness from sagging as much.  As they get full the diaper underneath starts soaking it up.

Afterwards I put on my homemade onesie.  This is really the key.  Anyone who wears diapers should have a onesie.  Quality diapers like Abena and Molicare work well without them but so much better with them.  Even cheap diapers like my Attends work much better when the padding is held in place by a onesie.

side view

side view

With my onesie on I did some more chores, then did 20 minutes on the elepitical, afterwards doing a few sets of deadlifts and some other lifting.  All the while I was drinking lots and lots of water, way more then I needed.  In an hour the diaper was wet, way wetter then the Attends before but still exactly where it should be.   It was much more comfortable and two hours later it’s soaked.  The front padding is saturated and beyond squishy, but its staying put and the moisture is finding it’s way to the back of the diaper.  I could probably wear this another hour.

Saddly the Molicare doesn’t have the super thick gel padding that Abenas and ABDL diapers like Tykables have.  This diapers performe like baby diapers in that they just keep swelling and swelling.  The Molicare defeintly has less padding, but still performs far better then a generic diaper.

So hey been a long time, so I recently purchased some Tykables, in a store.  There are maybe 4 places in the world where you could buy these and I just happened to be driving by one, Personal Medical Supplies in Fort Wayne Indiana.  In short they are amazing and if I ever buy diapers from anywhere other than thrift stores they will be Tykables.  They were the cheapest “adult baby diaper” in the store, at only 25 dollars per pack of ten.  They are the only diaper that comes in a pack that actually looks like a real diaper package.  Finally they were just amazing.  Just as they look incredibly cute and babyish on these young ladies, they looked incredibly cute and babyish on me.

They soaked up a huge amount and puffed up just like an Abena, maybe not quite as absorbent as that, but close.  They are a bit smaller then Abena L4, and maybe not as tall as some adult diapers which is a good thing making them look a bit less like underwear.