Some problems are both personal and societal.
Some issues need solutions that are out-of-the-box.
Many ideas, both good and bad, had been tried to deal with violence, anti-social behaviour, but without success.
And then there were people whose place in the world was akin to the round peg in the square hole. They just didn’t quite fit the boxes they were meant to be.
Some were girls with a penis. Some were boys with a vagina. And some were adults there were still children inside and for some, they were still babies.
Who would have guessed that the solution to so much personal pain and public strife could start with that most elemental of objects…
The nappy. The staple of babies and now, part of….
The Baby Solution
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What are people saying about this book?
** “There is an interesting plot with considerable detail and well-developed characters. If you enjoy the loving side of a Mummy and Adult Baby relationship, you should enjoy this story. If you are looking for spankings and physical punishment, look elsewhere.”
** “Interesting to read for The concept of the story is about. Of curing adult babies But the cure sometime is being the baby permanently. It does deal with Sissy babies as well but not the whole story. It is actually is different characters in the story from what I would consider the main character.”