- This blog is about adults pretending to be babies and children, often wearing nappies/diapers while doing so.
It is not about children in anyway, although some might occasionally appear in photographs illustrating products.
The content of this site is not sexual in anyway per se, it is not a porn site. Although for some this is a sexual fetish, that is not the focus of this site. However, sites of a sexual or fetish nature will be linked to frequently as that is where the community(s) exists.
A quick list of possible future projects:
- Baby Bouncer - laid back seat type
- Baby Swing
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Category Archives: Door bouncer
OK, I should have written this a couple of weeks back, but I was too busy making it to post. I really needed to hit the deadline for the London Playground party for the bouncer debut. So without further ado, … Continue reading
OK, as promised in the last post – photos. First, a quick pic of the materials so far. Lower right is actual baby bouncer I purchased – just the harness section is shown here. Moving clockwise we have the climbers … Continue reading
OK, a quick update, I keep meaning to give a fuller update and not getting to it. I now have a whole pile of items for this project – I’ll get a photo up shortly. I stumbled upon an actual … Continue reading
Today I bring you not news of my own bouncer but photos and details of another bouncer, many thanks to Baby Robin. It’s always interesting you see details of other similar projects, theres often a lot to learn. It pays to … Continue reading
A few days ago I randomly found a better option for one of my component parts. I’m swapping out the idea of using a cargo sling for a rock climbing nylon webbing sling. They’re rated at higher loads and are … Continue reading
Having got an idea of the design we’d like, lets get looking at what we’re making it from! We don’t need a full list just yet, there’s always room for changes as we proceed but we might discover something to … Continue reading
Now, although I don’t want to do a fancy ‘design brief’ and make this all formal, it’s always good to get the basic requirements and thoughts down before you start work. Now, obviously a diagram is helpful – on some … Continue reading