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    does anyone know about any baby furniture (highchairs, strollers, harnesses) that when worn by an adult, they cant remove without help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 123fred View Post
    does anyone know about any baby furniture (highchairs, strollers, harnesses) that when worn by an adult, they cant remove without help?
    I build them out of sore bought Baby stuff.

    the first questions are;
    1) how big are you?
    2) how helpless do you want to be?

    here are some of the ones I have for me.
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    Haven't come across a stroller yet I couldn't get out of on my own, and I have about 25 of them - all sizes from umbrella style to large carriages - in my collection.

    ~Pramrider

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    I would love to see your collection!

    bn3baby

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    I must agree with Josh, it all depends on how restrained you want to feel. One thing I could recommend is adding something like a timed lock on standard AB furniture, then putting thick baby mittens on your hands, just to get that helpless baby feel.

    Although, this is my first time thinking about it, and I'm just throwing ideas out.
    Last edited by SillySwampert; 22-Apr-2013 at 05:39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bn3baby View Post
    I would love to see your collection!
    One of these days I'll get them all together outside for a *family* photo.

    ~Pramrider

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    I found something kind of close to it. Special Needs Strollers, Special Needs Car Seats, Toy and Adaptive Equipment I am not sure if this is something you are looking for? This is another site here Adult-baby Products abdl this site I read about other AB items out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagged View Post
    One thing I could recommend is adding something like a timed lock on standard AB furniture
    i dont need a release method because my gf knows about my interests and is willing to participate in this sort of thing (act as a parent) and i can trust her

    i also want it to look like real baby stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pramrider View Post
    Haven't come across a stroller yet I couldn't get out of on my own, and I have about 25 of them - all sizes from umbrella style to large carriages - in my collection.

    ~Pramrider
    When playing on your own, it is best to always have an escape plan, just in case...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jagged View Post
    I must agree with Josh, it all depends on how restrained you want to feel. One thing I could recommend is adding something like a timed lock on standard AB furniture, then putting thick baby mittens on your hands, just to get that helpless baby feel.

    Although, this is my first time thinking about it, and I'm just throwing ideas out.
    I like the idea of thick baby mittons. No locks required then

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