'infantilism' - absolutely mad

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  1. bumpy_j

    bumpy_j Well-Known Member

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    Tadan Well-Known Member

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    Wow... I will never understand some people :shrug:
     
  3. bumpy_j

    bumpy_j Well-Known Member

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    it's really interesting and in a weird way i very slightly get it (bar the nappy changes and stuff) cos it's like being looked after and loved constantly but man, taking it TOO FAR
     
  4. Tadan

    Tadan Well-Known Member

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    Yeaaah. I read about it in a book before, I'm not sure if that Billy Piper series was based on it, but it was about a 'working girl' and one of her clients was into that sort of thing.
     
  5. iHeartbaby#1

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    I'm gonna be blunt... that's just disturbing!!
     
  6. PepsiChic

    PepsiChic mummy of 2 boys!

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    on a side not, looking through that website they reckon:

    *9 months says 2-3 words besides "mama" and "dada" and recognizes words as symbols for objects: Car - points to garage, cat - meows

    thats one hell of a 9 month old! my LO could says dada and baba. it wasnt till 10 months that he started to say mama. and he understand thankyou when he passes us something.

    curiosity had me look at some of the photos too....it is quite strange to see adults acting like babies!
     
  7. bumpy_j

    bumpy_j Well-Known Member

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    pahah i didn't see that, do they start to comprehend Shakespearian soliloquies aged 3 on average? heard that was no biggie
    the pictures are weiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiird
     
  8. AlwaysPraying

    AlwaysPraying Mom of two!

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    That is just messed up. I can't begin to assume I understand in the slightest anything about this!!
     
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    I try not to judge others lifestyle choices. But this is wrong, it freaks me out and makes me a bit nauseous! Can't bring myself to look at the pics.
     
  10. allyk

    allyk Mummy to DD, Preg with #2

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    I think it's bad enough that primark now sell adult babygros!!!
     
  11. kerrie24

    kerrie24 me,him and 3 lo's

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    Friggin weirdo :haha:
     
  12. bathbabe

    bathbabe Mum to 3 boys

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    Uuuuuhhhhhhh, not for me.
     
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    :sick::sick::sick::sick::sick::sick:

    I was once looking on ebay for baby swim pants and kept seeing listings for adult nappies with fancy colours and made of rubber! Ughy!
     
  14. lozzy21

    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    My OH has a babygrow, he uses it in winter as his legs get cold in the dressing gown.

    I can see the psychological reasons behind it, how many young girl so off with men a lot older than themselfs to try and get back some of the attention they lacked from their dads when growing up, its similar to that realy.
     
  15. blinkybaby

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    What the heck?! Crazy!xx
     
  16. whoops

    whoops Just me and my LO

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    Utterly bizarre, but each to their own, I guess.
     
  17. minties

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    I would soooo be wearing a babygrow right now if I had one, I am freezing cold!

    I can understand it too, I don't think I would be very happy if I had to participate in it though.
     
  18. lauren-kate

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    Just had a look at that second site.. and I have to say that parts of it (such as the 'breastfeeding' section) did not sit well with me.
     
  19. vaniilla

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    I watched a tv show on this ages ago, a woman let her husband pretend to be a baby to make him happy and she even changed his nappy :sick: I don't know how you can look at someone the same when they're pretending to be a baby :shrug:
     
  20. Kimmer

    Kimmer Mummy to a beautiful baby

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    I feel very sorry for them :shrug: They clearly have some very deep rooted issues and need help.

    Not saying I don't think it's weird, I would be seriously worried if someone I knew was into it..
     

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