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The Making of an Adult Baby By Stuart Rogers
eBook (PDF): $5.35
What made me a want to be an adult baby? Recently I was given some grainy old photos by my cousin and it brought back clear memories of a summer in my early adolescence. What follows is a semi... More > fictional account of a holiday. Most of the incidents did occur, some have been embellished and a few are just fantasies – I’ll leave it up to you to decide which is which!< Less
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The Water Babies By Charles Kingsley
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The Water-Babies, A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby is a children's novel by the Reverend Charles Kingsley. Written in 1862–63 as a serial for Macmillan's Magazine, it was first published in its... More > entirety in 1863. It was written as part satire in support of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species. The book was extremely popular in England, and was a mainstay of British children's literature for many decades, but eventually fell out of favour in part due to its prejudices against Irish, Jews and Americans.< Less
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Mummy... I Want to Be a Baby Again! By Ben Pathen
eBook (ePub): $8.60
It is arguably the most common theme in ABDL fiction – becoming a baby again, perhaps forever and completely so. For many ABs, the idea of being able to give in to our wishes and desires... More > completely and without restriction is a wonderful concept and one that grabs our attention. For most adult babies, the expression of our inner infant is complicated by endless compromises and limits on what we can actually do. Our partners limit us. Our finances limit us. Social acceptance - and the lack thereof – limits us. Friends, employment, family and other issues limit us. But fiction can overcome all of these. In fiction, we can bend the rules of probability, break the bounds of social norms and erase the limits that otherwise keep us from expressing our inner infancy the way we wish. Infancy is entrancing to almost everyone, but for some, infancy is only a nappy-change away a. Enjoy your stay in the world of refreshing infancy. The Three Novels are: The Hypnotist Mummy's Diary A Brother for Samantha< Less
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Mummy... I Want to Be a Baby Again! (Vol 3) By Ben Pathen
eBook (ePub): $8.47
It is arguably the most common theme in ABDL fiction – becoming a baby again, perhaps forever For many Adult Babies, the idea of being able to give into our wishes and desires completely and... More > without restriction is a wonderful concept and one that grabs our attention. For the vast majority of adult babies, the expression of our inner infant is complicated by endless compromises and limits on what we can actually do. Our partners limit us. Our finances limit us. Social acceptance - and the lack thereof – limits us. Friends, employment, family and other issues limit us. But fiction can overcome all of these. Infancy is entrancing to almost everyone, but for some, infancy is only a diaper-change away and stories of grownups reverting to babyhood is less fiction, than an innate desire that we express on the pages of a book. The Three Novels are: Discharged into Infancy The Washing Line A Mother's Love< Less
The Journey By stuart rogers
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A regular commute turns into a life changing journey for David when a sinister female has plans for his body. A story with a science fiction theme, combined with regression, female domination and... More > abduction. It will appeal to those who enjoy enforced Adult Baby stories.< Less

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