|In a city somewhere exists a gated community for the very unique – a place where ‘special’ babies live, breathe, go to school, learn and escape the pressures of their unique identity. A community for those whose baby needs will not be hidden nor dismissed.
Adults, teenagers and children – all babies on the inside – have special needs and are not accepted by the community at large. Learning to be a baby in an adult world is hard and for many, impossible. Some don’t make it through, but there is a place for the few where the baby inside can also be the baby outside and the adult life that must invariably be ultimately traversed, becomes easier after time spent…
Where Big Babies Live
Sanctuary for the babies in so many of us is here. Now.
Come and read about four young people and their parents and how they came to a place of safety and adventure… in diapers.
** Originally published as City of Dreams
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What are people saying about this book?
** A well-written book that draws on the imaginary but presents issues that are very real for Adult Babies. The story line involves an imaginary, secluded and secretive place where critically regressive teens and pre-teens are prepared to deal with the outside world. As the story goes, this special place where the teens are allowed to express themselves freely, is the basis for handling their regression issues.
Of special interest are the four extreme cases presented, each dealing with different traits, attitudes and behaviors. Instead of dealing with the characters analytically, the book follows a novel format that allows for an easy read and an easy approach to each profile. I enjoyed reading it.
** Unlike most ABDL books, this is a full length, original, well-written, interesting story. I wish there were more books like this one!