The Special Program

The Special Program

I edited a couple of the pictures for the sake of the story, and wound up removing the watermark, but these are all property of either DiaperedOnline  or ABDreams.


“Are you kidding me?!” Rainbow shook her head, hardly able to believe what she was looking at. The last time she’d visited her friend, Taylor’s, dorm room, it had looked pretty normal – basically the same as her own. Like most dorm rooms for littles, it was a bit childish, but canopy beds were better than the cribs at the other dorm; now, Taylor’s room, and attire, almost looked like it belonged… there.

“I know, isn’t it great?” Taylor giggled, looking down at her purple footed sleeper, the obvious diaper underneath crinkling as she wiggled. Rainbow’s eyes narrowed as she saw Mia, Taylor’s roommate, dressed in her own footed sleeper, waving to her from her bed. It had to be that girl’s fault… She’d seemed normal enough when they met, but Rainbow had always hated that she hadn’t been able to room with Taylor herself. Taylor was a smart girl, but she just refused to understand that there were people out there that wanted to turn her into an oversized toddler, and that the more she let herself act like one, the more likely that would be.

But Rainbow had been so busy with her own classes, and getting used to the college life, she had just assumed that Taylor was getting along okay… She’d met Mia briefly, and she’d seemed normal, not like one of those littles that actually wanted to be put back in diapers – after all, if she had been, surely she would have asked to be placed in the other dorm to begin with, right?

“No, it isn’t,” Rainbow crossed her arms. “What are you doing, Taylor? You’re just asking for trouble! You know better than this!”

“Oh, come on,” Taylor pouted, looking up at her slightly taller friend. “It’s not that bad! I know you always say, but you know I’ve always had some nighttime trouble anyway… So why not take care of it in the cutest way I can?”

“All of that is just for nighttime?” Rainbow nodded towards the bookshelf, full not of books, but diapers and changing supplies.

“Uh-huh!” Taylor nodded. “We know better than to wear outside… Besides, I only need them at night, even if they are comfy,” she giggled, scurrying over to the shelf and pulling out one of the pink diapers. “You should give it a try! Then we can drink all the soda we want, and not even worry about having to get up and run to the bathroom in the middle of the night!”

Rainbow raised an eyebrow; was that Taylor’s idea of a crazy college party? “I don’t think so,” she declined.

“All right,” Taylor sighed, frowning briefly quickly perking back up. “They’ll be there if you change your mind!”

“Yeah, okay,” Rainbow rolled her eyes; there was no way that was going to happen.

“It’s almost time,” Mia giggled, fidgeting and grinning behind Taylor.

“Oooh,” Taylor grinned, grabbing Rainbow’s hand. “Sit down! Mia showed me this great show… You have to watch it! I don’t know how I’ve never seen it before, but it’s awesome!”


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The Nightmare

The Nightmare

It was like a nightmare… Kayla could hardly believe this was happening, not to her! She was an adult, an Amazon, who spent all day working at a daycare, making sure those littler than her were securely diapered, and yet here she was, stuck in a crib meant for one of those babies, in only a diaper herself.

“You can’t do this to me!” she yelled, staring out at her co-workers with pleading eyes. “You know I don’t belong here…”

That was obvious, just from looking at her… The cribs were built to be too tall for the littles to get out of on their own, whereas she could easily just step over the side; and yet there she stayed, on her hands and knees, diapered bottom fully exposed – not that she could do anything to cover it in her current state.

“Let me out!” she shouted again angrily not happy about being ignored. All of her co-workers were off on their own, chattering among themselves, not paying her a bit of mind… On one hand, she couldn’t help but wonder if this was what the kids felt like when they ignored their repeated nap-time requests for more water, or bathroom breaks, or whatever else their silly little brains thought they might need when they ought to be sleeping. On the other, she knew she didn’t belong here, so it was just infuriating.

“You let me out of here right now!” she screamed, plucking up the teddy bear from the corner of the crib and throwing it in the direction of the other adults in the room. A moment later, her boss, who wasn’t supposed to be there that day, stepped out of the group and started stomping her way towards Kayla. Kayla immediately froze, whimpering as she felt a warm wetness making its way into the padding between her legs, sure she knew what was coming, and that she wasn’t going to like it…


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