I apologize for not being the most prolific of posters/communicators here in this Infantilism Forum.
With respect to being an "Adult Baby", I have been an AB/DL for decades.
I pretty-much stay by myself and I try not to bother anyone or cause any uproars.
My AB/DL life is a rather solitary and lonely one.
I only know of one other AB/DL in my area face-to-face.
It has been a while since we were together.
Like me, he is also autistic.
I admit to loneliness.
But, here where I live in my family home, I can not entertain other AB/DL's.
The rule, per my younger non-disabled brother's instructions is that only Autistic and Cerebral Palsy disability community may come and visit.
In reality, I have not many "baby toys" to play with.
My "Adult Baby Space" is only my bedroom here at home.
Well, I will admit that via the Internet I do know of many other Autistic AB/DL Adults.
I suppose that it is some consolation with respect to my lonely solitary life.