Cosyndry sell excellent adult baby clothes

Showing off in my Cosyndry shortalls

Readers with longer attention spans than toddlers like me will recall I’ve reviewed the adult baby supplier Cosyndry before . To summarise, Nanny Margret runs her company with skill and efficiency, selling high quality adult baby clothes and accessories at reasonable prices. Cosyndry are in the UK too, which is great for we British babies who have traditionally suffered from a dearth of local suppliers. I like Cosyndry .

Indeed, I like Cosyndry so much I’ve scored another batch of attire from them. I am going to use this post to show off photos of me modelling them and so compete with ABJane in her last post to see who can look the cutest in adult toddler clothes. No, don’t tell me who you think wins, I’ll just imagine… Ahhh…

I’ll spare you pictures of the semi-transparent adult blue plastic pants I got; with a leap of imagination you can probably guess what they look like. What I got that was a bit more visually appealing were these adult baby training pants. They have a layer of terry towelling on the inside to absorb any mishaps and the outside is waterproof with a toybox print. Here are a couple of pictures:

As well as being good training pants these would be excellent to wear over disposable nappies because, as we all know, they are not always totally leak-proof.

My next acquisition was a bib, something I feel a little too old for but daddy thinks is a good idea – from my enthusiasm in this picture I clearly don’t think it’s too bad an idea.

Davy in a Cosyndry bib

I look quite the little charmer, don’t I?

When I wore all these adult baby clothes I got rather sweaty because the heating was on so high. Consequently, I found putting on the Cosyndry blue ducks adult baby t-shirt a little difficult. So difficult, in fact, that I said something rude to daddy for not helping me. Corner time followed[ref]If I may increase the vanity-quotient of this post: I showed this picture to a friend and she commented how much weight I’d lost – I was as jolly as custard. I’ve lost 19kg/42 pounds since I started cutting back on food around Christmas time. The epic hunger that antipsychotic medication induces has made that mind-bendingly difficult to achieve. Back to normal adult baby vanity.[/ref]:

Davy on the timeout spot wearing a Cosyndry blue ducks t-shirt

That wasn’t fair! Dressing is hard especially when clothes get all twisted up and stuck to you. Daddy should have helped not put me on the timeout spot! *mump*

Finally I got some made-to-measure adult baby shortalls with a Winnie the Pooh motif on the bib pocket. They are an extremely good fit so well done to daddy for measuring me accurately and to Cosyndry for using those measurements.

The shortalls have snaps in the legs for fast changes and also for inadvertently flashing your nappy if you don’t sit down carefully. When I wear these more often I’ll have to see if sitting-induced leg snap-opening is such a problem that I have to put safety pins in to hold the legs shut. From wearing these adult baby shortalls the past couple of days it seems they are a good enough fit that it won’t be an issue. I hope… Here they are:

Even though I’d love more Cosyndry adult baby clothes I’m afraid that is all I secured this time. They really are an excellent supplier of ABDL goods and I highly recommend them. I haven’t looked in their sissy store , though… 😉

If I may increase the vanity-quotient of this post: I showed this picture to a friend and she commented how much weight I’d lost – I was as jolly as custard. I’ve lost 19kg/42 pounds since I started cutting back on food around Christmas time. The epic hunger that antipsychotic medication induces has made that  mind-bendingly difficult  to achieve. Back to normal adult baby vanity.

  • Tommy_In_Salem_New_Hampshire

    Hi Davy!

    I myself as a disabled older adult do use an adult-sized bib, especially away from home when eating out to not be so messy. I own a couple of plain blue terry-cloth bibs, & 3 rather plain vinyl plastic “adult invalid” bibs.

  • Hi Tommy,

    With some foods bibs are definitely a good idea: fried egg and bacon sammiches with HP sauce get everywhere!

    It’s a pretty big bib, so should be effective.

    I hope you are well.

  • scoolkid

    Hi Davy,

    I just wanted to let you know that the weight you thought you lost isn’t lost any more, I’ve found it! While you’ve been shrinking I’ve been growing 🙂

    Either that or the stripey shortalls I bought from Cosyndry have shrunk round the middle! but then so have all my other clothes!

    I’m saving up to buy some for best clothes from Cosyndry but I can’t decide whether to go for the sailor suit or the one piece velvet shorts set. Which do you prefer?

    I do like those training pants, I tend to buy the terry pants without the plastic cover as they are easier to launder but I do wear them over disposable nappies and under plastic pants to catch any dribbles, my wee is like Houdini 🙂

  • Hello scoolkid, nice of you to drop by!

    So there is a mystic weight transference field in operation between Winchester and your locale – interesting. I assure you that all my lard you are currently receiving has been accrued in the most hilarious of dissolute larks.

    I don’t really go for the sailor suit or shorts set – I don’t see too many toddlers of *ahem* my age wearing things like that any more. I much prefer the two styles of shortalls. But then I like shortalls; I’ve got loads of them and I can hardly wait until it’s warm again and I can go out in them. Mine all have appliques on them, they will all be worn in the summer and they will make me friends and influence people.

    I also like terry pants for wearing over disposables; I think the cheapest you can get at the moment come from Cuddlz – they are pretty good. I have rather a lot of pairs of training pants, perhaps I need to free up wardrobe space by retiring some of my big boy pants. Even though they have cool prints on them I prefer training pants (and nappies:).

    Anon.