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  1. Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#553

    It is two days before the Thanksgiving Day Holiday.
    I admit to experiencing a small "emotional crash" this evening.
    Just my memories of my profoundly mentally-ill Mom flushing Holiday Seasons down the toilet.
    They were a major "guilt trip" she imposed upon me, even when I was a child decades ago.
    My younger brother Nate has friends over in Chester, NH to spend time with Thanksgiving Day Evening.
    After he leaves to be with them, I will just be all ...
  2. Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#552

    Late evening on a Thursday.
    Outside it is cloudy and cold here in Derry, New Hampshire.
    A snowstorm is coming.
    2" to 4" predicted for here.
    Today my brother took me out shopping.
    Besides groceries and incontinence supplies, I only purchased (2) new Hot Wheels little toy cars for my collection.
    As always, I had Adult Baby "rest time" and my nap from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
    Tomorrow is cartoon watching day.
    Saturday too.
    Yes, I ...
  3. Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#551

    One can not be a baby all the time.
    One has adult responsibilities.
    Grocery shopping.
    Refilling necessary medications.
    Purchasing incontinence supplies.
    Performing outdoor chores while the Sun is out.
    Tomorrow it will be cloudy with more rain.
    I want to be a baby again all the time.
    But it is not practical.
  4. Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#550

    Late Sunday Evening...
    I am mute, unable to talk.
    I am as usual regressing alone by myself.
    I am locked into my own inner world.
    I check down below.
    My dydee is wet.
    Odd, in that I seem to have not even noticed for the past couple of hours that I am wet.
    Do I smell of pee-pee?
    I can not tell.
    I have been back in diapers for over 3 decades.
    I really am a baby because I have utterly failed to remain potty trained.
    I am just not a grown-up ...
  5. Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#549

    Today was wash my bedsheets and blankies time.
    Now almost 11:00 PM, and I have made my bed up to sleep in.
    When my brother took me out to go shopping, he took me to the Dollar Tree Discount Store in Salem, NH.
    We were down there, because my brother needed to see his accountant.
    At the Dollar Tree discount Store, I purchased a "PAW PATROL" Night Light for my handicapped-adapted bathroom.
    I admit to sadness.
    Sadness from hearing all the evil lies coming ...
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