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  1. Hi

    I tried to accept your friend request when u first sent it but kept thinking I was doing it wrong. Now I see that it worked! I'm just curious, was there something in my profile or posts that caught your interest to friend me? Just wondering. Hope u r well.
  2. Oh, very cool! I'm mostly a software guy, but started working for a sensor company not long ago and ended up designing and building a bunch of their test fixtures. Another of the engineers there is a huge Arduino fan, and in shadowing him I was quickly hooked.
  3. I am the swedish visitor commenting on your youtube channel, just so you know
  4. Hi Tom! Long time no see. Please drop me an e-mail @ [email protected]. I will give you my latest phone number so we can chat. Thanks! Hope to talk to you soon. Take care! ~ Scott ~
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    Hi, how about your day now, caitian guy?
  6. Have a nice day Caitianx!
    i hope your next days will be better.
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    Hi Dude. We share a lot in common
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    You seem plenty intelligent to me caitianx why not move and be independent if you have disability or even just Medicaid you can live independently in Pa or Ma with aides you hire and fire me understand why you stayż? Please I hats to see someone really unhappy which it seems to me you are.

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    Is this your first guinea pig?
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    Hello ^_^
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About caitianx

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About caitianx
Salem, New Hampshire, USA
AB/DL Identity:
Adult Baby, Babyfur, Incontinent
Non-ABDL Interests:
electronics, reading, disability activism
Favourite diaper:
Tranquility ATN
"We Klingons have no 'Devil', but I understand the habits of yours."
Personal Space:
I am an older adult male with Mild Autism & Mild Cerebral Palsy. I am a "Legbracer", & I wear diapers for medical & cognitive/emotional reasons.

I am an "Adult Baby".

I love sleeping with my plush huggables, & I like Baby Bottles, Teethers/Rattles, & my Thumb.

I still play with toy cars & trucks, & with LEGO, & toy Army Men, & G.I. Joe.

I also love to play with NERF N-STRIKE toy guns.

On my "Adult Baby/Wish List":

1). A steel adult-sized "institutional" crib
2). A wheelchair (for very long-distance mobility)
3). A Gerri-Chair with a spill-proof wrap-around feeding/activity tray


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Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#378

by caitianx on 1 Week Ago at 03:01
As usual at this late hour, I am being quiet here in the downstairs unfinished and unheated Den room.
Earlier today I did go out to perform some video shooting for Derry, NH CTV where I volunteer.
Today I have had no nap.
Another week before my SSDI Direct Deposit clears into my checking account.
Except for "Bedtime", I have been in "Adult Mode".
Of course being a Disability Rights Activist, I have been monitoring the political goings-on

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Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#377

by caitianx on 1 Week Ago at 03:27
Yes, I am feeling a bit depressed.
Yes, "Holiday Season" again.
Younger brother is unemployed again.
Sigh...I am broke until my next SSDI Direct Deposit next week.
But, it is good that my church provided me with a 28-count package of adult diapers I need.
Now I have enough to carry me over until Wednesday next week.
Living in abject poverty is my life as a 59 year-old with Autism and Cerebral Palsy.


Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#376

by caitianx on 3 Weeks Ago at 03:35
Holiday Season 2017 is here.
I am not made of money, living on a low SSDI fixed income.
Earlier this week a young adult woman with Autism and Cerebral Palsy like me who is also totally incontinent and in diapers 24/7 like me sent me a Christmas Gift, because I really have no extra funds for Christmas this year.
She is in South Carolina.
I know what it is, but I have not opened the box yet.
Thanksgiving Day tomorrow it is just me and my younger brother.
He is diabetic.

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Autism, Cerebral Palsy and being an "Adult Baby"...#375

by caitianx on 3 Weeks Ago at 03:20
Yes, medically incontinent 59 year-old baby, Me, woke up this morning in a mega drenched in pee-pee and mega-full of poo-poo.
Cleanup was a "major mess", given my fine-motor clumsiness with my hands.
Today I washed dishes and dirty clothes.
In the early evening I attended the Ecumenical Thanksgiving Worship Service in Pelham, NH.
Yes, I belong to the Congregational Church in Pelham.
Anyway, I am watching DVD's.
Star Trek (Original Series)

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Autism, Cerebral Palsy, and being an "Adult Baby"...#374

by caitianx on 3 Weeks Ago at 02:47
Simply a quiet evening.
Earlier I had to go out on an errand for my younger brother.
Yes, I had a nap today.
This afternoon I did an errand of my own over to the Rite Aid Pharmacy on NH Route 28 here in Salem, NH to pick up and pay for a refill of my Lexapro SSRI-type anti-depressant medication.
Otherwise, a quiet day overall.
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