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Last Post: Oct 13 2011 06:27 PMby: MadMax

Inconman
Inconman
Member since:
5/12/09

'Changing' at a party

Jul 14 2011 09:40 AM

I have devised a pretty good system for extended wearing in situations where you may want to have a drink or two and not worry about doing a wholesale diaper change in someone else's house (with people hanging around right outside the door!).

I put a booster pad in the diaper but I do not tape it on so that it's easy to remove. I pull out the wet pad every hour or so and slide in a new one. I then put the used booster pad into a sealable sandwich bag and either dispose of it there or when I get home.

I've enjoyed a number of long evenings using this system and it works like a charm - even when I have a few extra drinks. By the time I get home my diaper (the extended wear variety) is only moderately wet and nowhere close to being a problem - after as many as 8 hours.
JaneF
JaneF
Member since:
11/17/10

Re: 'Changing' at a party

Jul 15 2011 10:11 AM

That sounds like a pretty elegant solution, Inconman. Now I just have to get invited to a party. :)

JaneF
EARL H
EARL H
Member since:
3/30/09

Re: 'Changing' at a party

Jul 15 2011 02:06 PM

Hello Jane,
If you ever find yourself near Hell Michigan I'll be sure to tour you and your whole site host group a "night on the town" or what might be called a party.
So I hereby invite you and your host group to a party. Now you can say you've been invited to a party and a honest to goodness offer for all the things you all do to make The Depend Forum a great place to be.

From The Earl H. Camp:
A swimming party is a fun time but there are two sound alike happenings that aren't much like a party.
In one form of wording :
A Swimming party
A Billiard Night
In other terms at least for some, Not many diaper users would enjoy a "pool" party
LOL
JaneF
JaneF
Member since:
11/17/10

Re: 'Changing' at a party

Jul 16 2011 03:59 AM

Thanks Earl, for both your invitation and your kind words about the community. We like it, too.

JaneF
LynnK2104
LynnK2104
Member since:
3/31/09

Re: 'Changing' at a party

Jul 17 2011 02:42 AM

Jane,

Bring the group to Northern Virginia and we can have a party and cookout. We can all go see the sights in Washington DC. Now you have been invited to two parties.
MadMax
MadMax
Member since:
4/12/09

Re: 'Changing' at a party

Oct 13 2011 06:27 PM

what i do is where 2 all the time saves problems. but im not shy anymore about my problems. the stores i buy them at they know me.

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