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Bondage, Restraints and Lockable Clothing Baby 02/01/2021 (Mon) 15:41:18 No. 2547
A thread to talk about things like locking diaper covers, toddler harnesses, back-zipper sleepers, etc. Both fictional and real discussion is welcome. I recently discovered this site which gives a lot of ideas and information on how to secure overalls and other types of clothing: https://camilleb.home.xs4all.nl/tb-bd/BiB_secure_clothes.html It turns out there are sites selling both key-locked and magnetically-locked buckles for use on baby restraints. I also discovered a shop selling booties with spikes inside which effectively force the wearer to crawl.
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I can't find the exact image, but there was one of a loli put into a forced crawl that I really liked. On her hands were mittens, and there were little chains that kept her from extending her arm all of the way. Similarly for her back legs it was not possible for her to stand. It was really cute, and I actually tried to recreate it for myself. It kinda fell apart as a crawled around but it was fun, I hope to get more into some sort of fun diaper-bondage more myself one day. I'm also a big fan of those spreader bars and stuff. Also those little boots are so cute and devilish, that's one way to make sure that a baby crawls~ Have you guys ever done any self-bondage in diapers?
>>2550 I think this is the one you mean. It would definitely be possible to build something like that. The attachment points could probably be integrated into a onesie. The only disadvantage is that it might make it a bit difficult to sit on a normal chair. The second image shows a real product designed to stop toddlers from climbing out of their cribs. I'd love something like that in an adult size with a locking zipper. I do own a locking diaper cover although I haven't had a chance to make proper use of it yet.
>>2551 Yes, that is the exact pic! I've always loved that one. I like your idea of integrating it with a onesie. What I had done was super makeshift, mainly because I was sitting around looking at pics and just got the urge to imitate that all of the sudden, but I imagine that that wouldn't be too hard to put together if one were to put a little bit of thought into it. >The second image shows a real product designed to stop toddlers from climbing out of their cribs. I'd love something like that in an adult size with a locking zipper. How does it work? Is the blue cloth between the legs connecting the two legs together? That would be fun, and would probably make you walk funny, especially in a diaper.
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>>2552 Basically it stops them from spreading their legs far enough to swing one leg over the bars of the crib. When walking it would force you to take smaller steps, especially if you were already forced to waddle by a thick diaper. I love designs like the one in your picture too though. Not only would walking be impossible but even crawling would be quite difficult. Her mobility would be reduced to about the level of a 6 month old baby. One combination I'd like to see more of is bondage combined with potty training. Locking diaper covers are one thing, but the idea of lockable training panties is just so much more perverse. Toilet lid locks are another severely under-appreciated product along the same lines.
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>>2553 >Basically it stops them from spreading their legs far enough to swing one leg over the bars of the crib. When walking it would force you to take smaller steps, especially if you were already forced to waddle by a thick diaper. Hmm I almost like that more than the idea of a spreader bar being put around one's ankles. It would definitely impede ones mobility, but like you said you can still maneuver around, even in an embarrassing and babyish way due to the restraint and of course the thick diapers between your thighs. >I love designs like the one in your picture too though. Not only would walking be impossible but even crawling would be quite difficult. Her mobility would be reduced to about the level of a 6 month old baby. Oh I know, I'd love to try something like that. Even alone it must be so embarrassing to move around in something like that. I wish I knew if they had a name, I'd love to look for some videos of people in those IRL >Toilet lid locks are another severely under-appreciated product along the same lines. I'm imagining a cute little girl running fast to the toilet, but only to find out that it is locked. She tries in vain to get it open, but after doing the potty dance for a moment she starts wetting herself. Straight back to diapers!
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>>2558 I've heard them called sleepsacks, but I don't know if there are any other terms for them. That image is actually related to a story where Sakura ends up stuck in one of those, as well as being subjected to various other indignities. https://www.pixiv.net/novel/series/1321168 It's just described as a "legless sleeper" in there though. And yes, that's exactly the kind of scene I was imagining. A little girl desperately struggling to try and open the lid of the toilet as the wetness indicator on her pull-up gradually fades. Maybe her parents installed the lock for the safety of her baby sibling and just assumed she'd be able to work out how to open it, or maybe they decided she was doing a bit too well at potty training and wanted to keep her in diapers a bit longer.
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>>2559 >A little girl desperately struggling to try and open the lid of the toilet as the wetness indicator on her pull-up gradually fades. Maybe her parents installed the lock for the safety of her baby sibling and just assumed she'd be able to work out how to open it This was precisely the situation I had to deal with when I was a kid. Had two twin siblings who wanted to climb into the toilet and drown there, so we needed the lock. But it meant I had more than a few accidents like you describe. In the end, mom told me to pee outside, but since the back door was often locked, that advice didn't make life much easier! >>2551 >The second image shows a real product designed to stop toddlers from climbing out of their cribs. It's hot from an ABDL POV but I would never let kids of mine wear that. I think it's cruel to put real kids in restraint (unless the child is disabled/autistic etc. and needs it. But for them, an enclosed bed that can lock, like pic related, is better than restraint clothes.) Children should co-sleep with their parents I think, until 4-6 (this is how it was for me); no need for cribs.
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>>2563 >Children should co-sleep with their parents I think, until 4-6 (this is how it was for me); no need for cribs. I feel exactly the same way. The kids are much happier and the parents don't get woken up by crying as often, so it's a win-win. It's also pretty awful that your parents didn't find some solution which allowed you to reliably use the toilet. Still, as an ABDL it's fun to fantasize about fictional scenarios involving exceptionally bad parenting. I also like the idea of wearing ABDL clothes modeled after real toddler clothes more than conventional bondage gear.
>>2564 >I feel exactly the same way. The kids are much happier and the parents don't get woken up by crying as often, so it's a win-win. Yes, it's fortunate that attachment parenting and similar, more loving styles of looking after the kids, have come into fashion in these past 10 years. Do you remember that TIME magazine cover a few years ago that had the four-year old (could have been three or five too, not completely sure) breastfeeding? Controversial at the time, but now less so. Co-sleeping has become standard too. I'm quite interested in the art/science of parenting, despite not being at the age I'd consider having children >It's also pretty awful that your parents didn't find some solution which allowed you to reliably use the toilet. Well, it was meant to make me potty train more quickly. But I wonder if it, lurking in my subconscious, pushed me towards enjoying wearing diapers? >Still, as an ABDL it's fun to fantasize about fictional scenarios involving exceptionally bad parenting. I also like the idea of wearing ABDL clothes modeled after real toddler clothes more than conventional bondage gear. Same here. I've sometimes found some pyjamas in the kids' style but in an adults' size, marketed as part of a 'family set'. I also have some clothing designated for special needs teenagers often decorated in that very youthful, toddler-like way, which fits me well enough. Secret tip: there is an Australian cloth diaper brand makes cloth diapers for adults in exactly the same style as they make baby cloth diapers. And they are not an ABDL brand. Called Little Aussie Monsters.
I think this is the perfect place to post this story. Once upon a time, there was a pair of twin boys who argued over everything. They had a Switch and a TV in their room and lots of games and toys, but they argued over whose turn it was, whether or not the other person cheated, whatever. They argued over who got to go first and who got to play with what. They argued over every game they played, yelling and screaming and saying that it wasn't fair. Their parents were tired of it. Dad was a mechanical engineer and Mom was a seamstress, and they put together two sets of footie pajamas with rubber-coated zippers on the backs, big fluffy mittens on the ends of the arms, and elliptical plastic bottoms on the feet. The colorful pajamas were decorated with rainbows, unicorns, pink stars, lots of pink bows, and the boys' names in baby blocks, with big frilly skirts at the waists. The next time the boys had another silly argument, their frustrated parents picked them up, diapered them, and put the crying boys in their special pajamas, zipping them up and saying that if they were going to act like selfish babies, then that's how they would be treated. "We're not making you keep wearing these, and they don't have locks on them," Dad said. "If you don't want to wear them anymore, just take them off," Mom added. But they couldn't take them off! Their fluffy mittens wouldn't let them get a grip on their zippers when they reached behind themselves. Pushing their zippers against a wall didn't work either. They couldn't play with their games or any of their toys. They couldn't even stand up and had to crawl around instead. They yelled at each other, blamed each other, and sulked. Mom and Dad opened their door and sighed. "It looks like you've chosen to keep being selfish babies," Mom said. "I guess I should take this stuff away and give you some big Duplo blocks to play with instead. Dinner will be ready soon, and if a couple of big boys come down for dinner, you'll get plates of ham, and mashed potatoes with peas, and ice cream for dessert. But if you're still dressed like selfish babies, then I guess I'll just feed you some prunes and vegetables. And if you keep being this way, we'll have to get a stroller and a changing table that will fit you, and we'll just keep treating you like selfish babies forever." "But we can't take them off!" the boys whined. "All you have to do is care about each other, and you can be big boys again," Dad said. "But we do care about each other," they whined again, and their parents, knowing they were lying, just sighed and closed the door. The boys cried and pounded the carpet with their mittened hands. They were so scared of being little babies forever that they peed their diapers. It wasn't fair! They started to scream and panic. "Get this off of me!" one of the boys yelled to his brother in his tears, and then suddenly he realized and his brother did too. "You have to promise to take mine off too," the other boy said. "Okay," his twin agreed, and the boy bit down on the rubber zipper and pulled out and downwards, and the sleeper unzipped easily. His brother made good on his promise and they were both out. They felt so stupid. Their parents hadn't been lying to them. If they would have actually thought about each other instead of themselves, their punishment would have been over in five seconds. They threw away their wet diapers, put on their big boy clothes, went downstairs, and had ham, mashed potatoes with peas, and ice cream. Later that night, their mom saw the light from the TV under their door. Their program had ended and they were snuggled up together, and their mother smiled a bit when she saw what they were wearing. Now that they knew the trick, they could take their comfy, soft, and cute pajamas off whenever they wanted - or put them back on. She turned off the TV and quietly closed the door.
>>2568 >Do you remember that TIME magazine cover a few years ago that had the four-year old (could have been three or five too, not completely sure) breastfeeding? Controversial at the time, but now less so Especially funny in light of this: >A Natural Age of Weaning >1. In a group of 21 species of non-human primates (monkeys and apes) studied by Holly Smith, she found that the offspring were weaned at the same time they were getting their first permanent molars. In humans, that would be: 5.5-6.0 years. >4. One study of primates showed that the offspring were weaned when they had reached about 1/3 their adult weight. This happens in humans at about 5-7 years. https://web.archive.org/web/20120330155259/http://www.kathydettwyler.org/detwean.html
>>2563 >Children should co-sleep with their parents I think, until 4-6 (this is how it was for me); no need for cribs. My biggest concern isnt the parenting/raising implications, but rather that I would roll over and crush the poor kid accidentally. I remember once when I was little sleeping in my parents bed one night and woke up with my arm pinned under my dad and in pain. I wouldnt rule out the idea, but I feel like infants especially are just so fragile that I would be scared to do it.
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>>2569 That was a cute story. Scenarios where siblings enjoy ABDL stuff together are some of my favorites and there's something uniquely appealing about the bond between twins. I've had more than a few fantasies involving twin girls playing symmetrical bondage games together such that they need to ask each other for help to use the potty or change diapers.
>>2568 They have some cute stuff, too bad shipping it to America would probably be a bitch
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Found this on Skidoo's inkbunny page. I really love the way he draws lolis, and he puts a lot of realistic detail into the bondage equipment too.
>>2925 Can you dump more pics? I really like that one.
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>>3072 Here are some more by the same artist.
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>>3075 I love those kind of realistic, detailed technical diagrams of baby products and bondage devices. It's a shame they're so rare.
>>3075 Damn, does anything like that actually exist? i'd totally shell out for that stuff.
>>3075 Something that grips your teeth hard enough to prevent you from opening your mouth would be a pure torture device and probably still wouldn't work.
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>>3084 I don't think it would grip your teeth, the balloon would simply be made so large inside the mouth that one couldn't open their mouth to remove it.


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