The Babies and Bedwetters of Baker St is the second book in the trilogy, following on from – Overlapping Stains: A Bedwetting Novel.
The story continues with a new bedwetter moving into the house. Bronwyn is more than simply a chronic edge-to-edge bedwetter. She also wears diapers and uses a baby’s dummy. A new larger house at Baker St means more voyages of discovery into why both boarders are such bad bedwetters and why they are showing infantile traits.
Alice’s backstory comes to bear as the three meet a group of Adult Babies and their lives are turned upside down.
A wonderful story of discovery, nappies, love and bedwetting. And in the end, it is about overcoming the past and embracing the future, diapered and safe.
33,000 words in length.
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