• Member Since 17th Jul, 2014
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I'm a Proud ABDL mommy. Writer of padded pony fics, a lot of fics about Shining Armor and his mom, several about Rainbow Dash and her family, and far more mom stories than you can imagine.

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  • 3 weeks
    Hey Y’all!

    Hi guys!

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  • 16 weeks
    Motherhood: The Letting Go

    Greetings, dear readers. During this time I wanted to take a moment to pen something for all of the mothers on this site to see during this time of pandemic and upheaval, and for non-mothers, and non-parents too.

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  • 17 weeks
    Well, I've Lost My Mind

    I dare say I have absolutely lost my marbles.

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  • 18 weeks
    I Won 3rd Place In My First Writing Contest!

    I’m so floored right now. Like I’m speechless.

    I’m really so glad my stuff has made an impact. It really helps. Thank you Secret Moon for the honor. It really means a lot.

    And thank you fans. I wouldn’t be here without your encouragement. I love you guys :heart:


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  • 19 weeks
    Happy Birthday Eve To Me!

    It's my 25th birthday eve! Woo!

    Spending the night at my bestie's for a night now that the stay at home order is lifted. We're gonna get drunk, watch horror movies, order pizza, and eat popcorn, chips, and queso :3

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Pinkie Pie Pacified: A Look Into Self Discovery · 12:56am Nov 8th, 2018

Hello dear readers! It's always a pleasure writing for you all again.

Pinkie Pie Pacified is a slightly different story for me than my usual ABDL fimfic. Usually the stories I write of the ABDL genre are more about the mommy's journey of self discovery, much like my own journey was. Pinkie, as per usual, mixed things up a bit.

Pinkie's journey of self discovery isn't all that different from my own. The only difference being that her journey is of the ABDL variety, rather than a Mommy's. But several key elements of my journey of discovery are still there with her. From the moment she tries something new and different, she doesn't want to lose it. That was very much based on my own experiences. But there's another aspect of Pinkie's journey thus far that is based on my own, and that is the idea of self-acceptance.

For Pinkie herself it most likely won't be too hard for her to accept what she likes. That part I can empathize with. For her and myself as well, the real issue lies with how others will see her after she reveals this part of herself to them. For me, that was the hardest part of my journey. Even though I accepted myself as an ABDL mommy, I still really struggled with the idea of others knowing about this part of my life, even though I had amazing friends and family who were very accepting of it in the end.

All of my life I have struggled with what people think of me. This essentially grew into an obsession for me that culminated into an eating disorder. I didn't want to be seen a certain way, or at a certain weight. When I entered treatment I learned how to deal with this and eventually saw that my only real problem was with my self-perception. What other people thought mattered to me too much. What really mattered was how I saw myself.

Once I grew to accept that, my life became much easier. I learned more about myself every day. I eventually realized that there was no way I could hide such a big and important part of my life from the people I loved most, so I outed myself as an ABDL mommy and was met with a warmer reception than I ever thought possible. It really drove the point home that it was all in my head.

Acceptance means everything. Don't be afraid of what others think of you. Odds are, someone else close to you is looking for that too.

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