Does the child/teen have a wetting problem when on the trips? Yes? Does the child/teen want to be diapered? Yes? Then, go for it. That would be a lot easier on both the kid and the driver than trying to find restrooms every half hour. It was certainly easier on me and my dad and mom when I was 4-5 years old.
i am 12 i like nappie what can i doo
diapers on teens is ok as today more and more teens are realising theris nothing wrong with them inconcencesty is very wide spread andd now getting more attions.
I was a bedwetter as a kid and younger teen and have always had an overactive bladder. After making a mess in the tent camping when I was 7 my parents finally had enough and made me wear diapers under my pajamas. I was first put in diapers in the car when I was 8 when we were heading across the mountains and I had had a small accident. After that I wore them for most long trips (2 hours +). I was made to wear them less as I got older with one exception. When I was 13 we went to Mexico and I wore them to the airport, on the plane, and to the hotel. We had one tour as well that was a three hour drive there, a four hour tour, and three hours back. That was the only time I wore diapers for 24 hours and the only time my younger bro and sis were asked to wear them in years(they didn't have bladder problems).
My boys (4 and 6) seem to have inherited my problem, we put them in diapers for all longer car trips.
i think this is ok to do.. This way everybody will be happy.. No accidents and the kids can nap, no angry parents about wet seats in car, no mess to clean up just a simple diaper change at a rest area.
This is a 'no brainer'.. of course.. I agree with the other two replies..
Fuck you bastard no fucking way
what a potty mouth you have!!! Let them wet themself and get humiliated and embarassed. You clean the mess and everybody is upset in the car.. Makes for a bad trip.
Take it easy, Kiky. It's simply one alternative among others, that is all. I certainly understand your reaction, and sympathize.
For some, this is not the answer, or at least not currently so-but it is not a matter of punishing or humiliating, and should never be so.
if dont like this dont get on hear go elsewhere get a life thetes more bad things than us i diapers get a life please
My Daughter Who Is 11, Has No Control Over Her Bladder. When We're In The Car Its Easier For Everyone If She Wears A Diaper Because Most The Time We Cannot Find A Toilet Quick Enough So She Will Wet Herself Or She Will Fall Asleep And Have An Accident, Most The Time Shes Not Aware When Shes Had An Accident So I Have To Cheak Her Diaper . She Hardly Ever Has A Dry Car Trip =L
i have to say i agree as well these days were we hopefully talk with the kids more and discuss the issues and come to a mutual solution diaper and i have been together now for 41 yrs
i truly wish my folks a i could have had such a relationship were we could discuss issues such as diapering
i;m 15 and wet my bed and i use pampers dipers and it is not that bad so yes you can put your teen in a diper
I never wore a diaper as a kid on long car trips, but becuase of overactive bladder as an adult. I'll either wear a pair of protective underwear or aleast a belted undergarment w/ a booster pad now days if I'm going to be in the car for two hours or more. I do wear a big overnight pad in pad & pants system when I go to bed while I'm traveling. I occasionally still deal with bedwetting at night. Most nights before I head to bed I can generally tell if i'm going to need the pad & pant system.
Who is going to change said diaper?
Mine use pull-ups and change their own like regular underwear.
Who is going to change these diapers?
well i cant see whats wrong with it...
the only problem is that the child feel babish, but its more babish to have a wet pants and pee smell.
First, I must say that I am amazed at the idea that a parent would be "angry" with a child KNOWN to have a problem with wetting...since it would obviously be no surprise to said parents, there is hardly a reason to be angry at anyone under the circumstances-except, perhaps, themselves.
That being said, any answer to the question would depend entirely upon how one approached the child or teen in question, and how one respected that person and their condition.
If they've been previously subjected to all of this "anger", then I would have to say that the situation should be handled with sensitivity, to say the least.
There are, of course, other alternatives, and other protective underwear, besides diapers, to be considered. Regardless of how anyone who isn't subject to the condition feels, the dignity of the child in question would be the FIRST consideration in the matter, as far as I'm concerned.
In any event, I am quite sure the child would appreciate any assistance rendered in a caring, discreet, and private manner.
I was the only male child in my family with two younger sisters. As I grew up, nudity was not an issue as I often paraded around the house wearing nothing more than a pair of sandals. I usually slept in the nude or at times a sheer nightgown. It was when I was about 11 years old that I started wetting the bed. After numerous attempts by my parents to remidy this problem, I was then taken to see a Urologist. After a quite embarrassing examination and testing, medication was prescribed. Along with the medication my parents were advised to purchase disposable diapers and recommended that I wear them instead of underpants.
I was completely humiliated as the Doctor produced a diaper and had me fitted into it. I stood there in the examination room where I was once completely nude and only somewhat self concience to a state where I was diapered like a small child, with complete embarrassment, His assistant entering the room with a package which she handed to my mother. The package was two dozen diapers. I began to tear up and began softly crying as I stood there in just the diaper. I was so embarrassed by now being seen by my Doctor's assistant and the fact that she had brought in the package of diapers, knowing full well that I was to be a diapered boy.
I spent the next three years in various stages of protection. I didn't wet the bed, as I was always diapered just before bed time.
I wish to add this to my earlier post, as it does relate to my being diapered. Our family owned a cottage in northern Wisconsin which was a 4 hour drive from our home. Just prior to our departure (and this became pretty much policy) I was made to use the toilet and afterwards I was diapered after having a coating of diaper rash cream and powder applied to my bottom. After diapering, I was dressed in shorts, a tee-shirt and sandals. My sisters thought this was both funny and at the same time thought it was cute to see me in a diaper. Because of the many towns along our route to the cottage, finding a gas station which had a bathroom was not difficult and we stopped a few times so that I could relieve myself without wetting my diaper. Mom was really cool about the entire issue, as was Dad. Mom had a "diaper bag" which really resembled an over-size purse. In it she kept all of the ointments, creams, powders and naturally my diapers at the ready. If I had an accident while on the road, I was taken to the back of the van, where I would have to strip nude and take a sponge bath. This was somewhat embarrassing in that my sisters were witness to this event. It wasn't the nudity which was embarrassing in front of my sisters, but the bathing and application of the creams and powders to my bottom side.
At the cottage, I pretty much stayed in swim trunks and sandals. During the evening after dinner and a bath I usually stayed nude, sitting in front of the fireplace listening to music on the radio. The only issue we had regarding my nudity was the fact that as I was growing older, I also began to have frequent erections. This pretty much ended my nudity and kept me in a diaper for the following year and a half.
i just filled 13 years by the way. personally. i love wearing diapers! it is that comfortable and you never need to go to the bathroom. so i say yes, that would be a great idea if you ask me. not at least, to a long car trip.
and im often bedweting
When I was 9, our family would take trips to what seemed everywhere. Many times the road trips were longer than 10 hours and on some occasions over 2 days. I would be in a tee shirt, shorts and sandals and always wearing a diaper. In those years, disposable diapers did not exist except for newborns or slightly older children. I was diapered in the old fashioned cloth diapers with the notorious "diaper pin". I got used to this procedure as it saved quite a bit of embarrassment if I had an accident. I also got used to having ointment and powder applied prior to being freshly diapered. I still to this day love the the scent of Johnson's Baby Powder and used to this day. The only part of being diapered which annoyed me was the plastic pants over the diaper. They seemend to make so much noise (I guess which only I heard). Overall, I'm glad I was diapered on our road trips, I hated a wet spot which definately showed if it occured.
Yes, if the child has a problem with wetting putting them in diapers would be okay. I would only suggest that you explain why this is neccessary to avoid a fuss. I wore diapers on long car trips up until about 14 and let me tell me it is much better than the embarressment of wetting yourself.
My dad makes me wear diapers all the time! Just because i get bad grades-_- it's so annoying, [I only wet myself once!] -and it was because something really funny, that my uncle said to me! It's not fair, I'm a 15 year old women , I need my rights!-_-
Diapers arnt as bad as alot of people think they are. There are more good reasons about diapers then bad. Im 16 and i wear diapers all the time i even have a gf who wears them as well. Sure it was nerve wracking wearing them to school and public but i got over it and wearing diapers actually helps with your confidence level and it helps with school bcus you can pay attention more easily in class then having to wait to use the washroom. But thats just me. As for trips and car rides i do suggest that they wear diapers bcus 9/10 times a child will wet themself and make a mess unless they wear a diaper and ts easier on the parents as well.
Do your diapers crinckle like mine do!?
that is an excellent idea, making them wear diapers. Thanks
I have three children, 9, 11 and 14 and we all wear pull up diapers on long trips.
We don't think of them as diapers, we just use them instead of regular underwear and never go in them for convenience - we stop as often as possible.
It simply makes sense and a less stressful trip.
If one of us "has an accident" we just get another pull up and change it ourselves.
My daughter is 8 years old and is a severe bedwetter. She wiill also wet while sleeping at any point, including day time napping. So on a recent trip I had her in diapers while driving to out destination, it was from Massachusetts to South Carolina. While my daughter didn't want to wear the diapers at first, it worked out very well. As long as the you don't plan on or force the child to continually use the diapers, I don't see a problem with diapereing them for long raod trips. Try your best to stop when needed and give the child plenty of opportunties to use bathrooms along the way. In my case, the diaper was put on for when she fell asleep in the car or got tired and would likely wet herself. It was used for "in case" it happens. I don't see any reason not to put a child or teen in a diaper on long raod trips as long as a diaper can be helpful and is warranted.
I had to wear diapers to bed until I turned 13. I didn't stop wetting the bed at that age but was allowed to saok the bed instead of wearing diapers. Looking back I hated diapers but hated soaked cold beds just as much, if not more because I would wake up exhausted soaked, change then wake up wet again in the morning. I wish now I was made to stay in the diapers because it ultimately would have made getting my sleep much easier. No teenager wants to wear diapers like a baby but the alternative is soaking whatever I was sleeping on..........like a baby but not a babish behavior, just a health issue which is best dealt with wearing a diaper. I also had to wear diapers on longer car trips because of leaking issues, not to mention I would wet myself anytime I fell asleep. I agree with many posts here it's far better than having wet smelly pants on. I also had a complete urologist check up at age 12 which was totally embarassing, naked with a tube inserted into my bladder. And the results showed my neurogenic bladder issue was not anything I could control SO diapers were the best alternative. I would say if your child is challenged in this area life, cleanliness, and control can best be achieved wearing a diaper... NO BIG DEAL!
This may sound weird but actually there are alot of teenagers that would like to wear nappies/diapers like a baby, infact there are many teenagers that would like to do more babyish things than just wear nappies, having a dummy or/and a bottle for example, it is also not just teenagers that feel like this there are some adults that would like to regress aswell. If you are wondering how I know this it is because I am on of these teenagers (infact just to be honest as I write this I actually have my dummy in and my parents don't even know this is how i feel) , teen babies as we say, and you probably think it's weird but that is one of the problems with being a TB/AB you aren't accepted by other people because it is considered weird and unnatural.
While driving to our cottage in northern Wisconsin, which was a 4 hour drive, I sat in the back seat of our Ford F350 Van wearing nothing more than a diaper, athletic shorts to cover the diaper, a tee-shirt and sandals. We made frequent stops along the way so that I wouldn't wet myself, even though I was diapered. While this was a bit of an inconvenience, Mom had a diaper bag packed. The cool part was that it resembled a large purse more than a childs diaper bag. If I did wet myself, we would stop by many of the roadside rest stops where I would be cleaned up, have ointment and powder applied to my bottom and would then be clad in a fresh diaper. I was somewhat embarrassed by this procedure, however I also realized that a damp diaper was far more secure than having a wet spot on my outer clothing. This made road trips more comfortable for all of us. Being diapered should not be a source of embarrassment but rather a sign of courage. It takes a well adjusted person to admit that they have a problem and are willing to address it, no matter the results.
I think it's Ok if there is a reason for the teen to be diapered. I am 16 yr old teen boy and I am diapered fulltime because I am a sleepwetter and wet anytime I doze off or fall asleep. So my folks keep me diapered at all times and this includes travelling in the car on long road trips.
i wold wear a diaper if i had to.
My son is 14 years old and still wets his bed and has a weak bladder so i still put him in a diaper on a trip if its going to last for over an hour, same if we are out and not likely to be near a restroom. When we go on vacations, its normally just easier to keep him diapered the whole time. He doesn't like it but its better than accidents and i just change his diaper at a reststop. My son doesnt like it and its embarrassing for him to be put in diapers at 14 years old but i think its for the best.
I would becuase i had a history of staying dry but i was on a trip to mexico and i ended up going though 5 pairs of apnts half way there
i think its a good idea as it will mean less stops
dont know if this helps but still currently have my 13 year old son in diapers all the time. Used to be just at night because hes a bedwetter but i recently decided to keep him in them all the time (i dont make him wear them to school though) but it includes when going out and yes this includes a swim diaper at the beach or swimming poll because its a lot easier and it makes him behave better and i dont have to worry about any accidents he may or may not have, he hates it and it makes him feel very babyish but he understands why its needed.
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Its not really a punishment, he wets his bed every night and its a just in case kind of thing but being in them does make him better behaved.
That's horrible! Unless this child/teen can only hold it for an hour or less (in which case something is seriously wrong), how hard is it to stop for a two minute break? I can't imagine anything more humiliating and degrading than having your teen wear a diaper. If siad child/teen is all for it, fine, but if they have a shred of doubt, that's just wrong. You can't force a teen to wear a diaper.