There are several brands of diapers out there. Some of these companies make various types of diapers. And as an ABDL, I’ve been trying several diapers over the years, trying to find the perfect diaper. Some of you might have seen my diaper reviews before, I’ve written a few. And while I do have a go-to diaper nowadays which I wear predominantly, I have been sampling much of what is being offered locally.
But diaper companies come and go. Some get acquired, some re-brand, some stop exporting here. And some brands remodel their lines *cough cough* Tena. Which is why, a couple years ago I began to keep a sample diaper from each pack that I tried.
It started out innocently enough, keeping a diaper which I’ve tried but wouldn’t try again for future use. So I started keeping the last piece in the pack. But living in a humid country they started to yellow so I put them in ziplock baggies. And given the number of diapers I’ve tried in the past few months, that list has grown, and grown, and now I have like 3 medium-sized boxes of adult diaper samples.
Introducing my Diaper Library:
This is a part of it, I’ve had to split the stash. I currently have about 19 diapers, with 8 being plastic-backed and just 11 still available on the market. I still have some baby Drypers which I had intended to use as stuffers but never really did.
Tenas make up the bulk of this list (surprise surprise), with 10 different Tenas from over the years. I guess my vintage tenas are really special, because of the effort to import them. And my vintage Tena Values are truly magical, because they were the first adult diaper I ever wore.
Notably, you don’t see any ABDL diapers. That’s because I’ve never really gotten an entire pack of them, just a couple of pieces at a time so keeping one never made sense to me. Maybe in the future I might, but we’ll see.
I honestly do not know what I’m going to do with them, or even if I should keep them. Maybe I’m just a hoarder, but I really don’t know why. Not to mention what some future wife might say.
I think there is a chance that I’ll actually use them sometime in the future. Diapers aren’t exactly meant to be kept and some actually have ‘expiry dates’. And of course, the aforementioned humidity factor reduces life expectancy considerably.
But do any of you do this too? Do you keep a diaper that you’ve tried just for keepsake?