My interest in restraints and the securing of clothing is it allows the wearer to escape the guilt they might feel wearing or using a diaper / nappy.
If they are not able to obtain access to remove their nappy / diaper they feel they have no choice but to use it and escape the guilt of enjoying the use of their nappy / diaper.
Locking Sleepers - are great for bed time ABG knows as soon as the zip in the back of the sleeper is done up the sleeper is not coming off till morning. It is also very cute that she needs to be helped into her sleeper as she can not do up a back zip.
Locking Plastic Pants - are great for sending ABG on a un supervised journey someplace where she would prefer not to be in nappies and has the opportunity to remove them.
Locking Trainer Pants - these are great for from time to time to demonstrate your ABG is not ready to graduate from nappies.
Locking Belt - a hidden lock on a normal belt when used with big girl jeans it allows for nappies or trainers or panties to be secured.
Secure Mittens - these are great for preventing removal of nappy/ diaper as well requiring your ABG to be looked after to do many things we take for granted.
Secure High Chair (tray table & harness) - the harness prevents ABG from falling out and tray table can be used to keep arms below the tray table. A high chair also provides a nice safe place ABG can be at a height to see what others are doing in the kitchen etc.
Secure Crib - nice high sides too high to climb the bar spacing set that they can not be squeezed through or jam foot in between to climb out. The crib provides a nice safe place ABG can be left unsupervised.