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    Well...
    I admit to being "little" when visiting my Primaty Care Doctor.
    I have to see her next week.
    In the exam room, I normally suck my thumb in front of her and I am hugging one of my little plushies I carry in my Fisher-Price diaper bag.
    She has seen me in my dydee, which is usually a bit wet, when she has to "check" different parts.
    She understands that I am an "Adult Baby".
    She did mention to me several years ago, that around 6 of her other patients here in Derry, Londonderry, and Windham here in the Nutfield region of New Hampshire are also Adult Babies.
    It is nice to know that I am not the only Adult Baby in the area, but who knows who they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caitianx View Post
    Well...
    I admit to being "little" when visiting my Primaty Care Doctor.
    I have to see her next week.
    In the exam room, I normally suck my thumb in front of her and I am hugging one of my little plushies I carry in my Fisher-Price diaper bag.
    She has seen me in my dydee, which is usually a bit wet, when she has to "check" different parts.
    She understands that I am an "Adult Baby".
    She did mention to me several years ago, that around 6 of her other patients here in Derry, Londonderry, and Windham here in the Nutfield region of New Hampshire are also Adult Babies.
    It is nice to know that I am not the only Adult Baby in the area, but who knows who they are.
    That sounds so awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuddleWoozle View Post
    I love those beads. XD I sat one time for over an hour of wait time just sliding them around. The doctors office was kind of like "Eeeeh? Are you OK?" And I'm like "THIS IS THE BEST TOY EVER. BEST TOY." This was as an adult. Same goes for wooden trains. But only the wooden ones. I don't care too much if it's plastic or the proper hobby trains, even though I -like- to see those, I only want to sit down and play with the little wooden ones.
    This is my homemade bead maze:
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    I've wanted a wooden train set forever, but have yet to make it into a reality.

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    At my Bladder Biopsy, I had my little pink Penguin Birdie plushie friend with me.
    She comforted me before, during, and after today's medical procedure.

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    Ooh I love Dragons and hope no one was mean to it!

    If you know which bridge that Dragon lives under please tell me (especially if itís a Silver Dragon.)

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    Well, the biggest bridge around the area is, ironically, the Bridge St. Bridge. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by caitianx View Post
    Well...
    I admit to being "little" when visiting my Primaty Care Doctor.
    I have to see her next week.
    In the exam room, I normally suck my thumb in front of her and I am hugging one of my little plushies I carry in my Fisher-Price diaper bag.
    She has seen me in my dydee, which is usually a bit wet, when she has to "check" different parts.
    She understands that I am an "Adult Baby".
    She did mention to me several years ago, that around 6 of her other patients here in Derry, Londonderry, and Windham here in the Nutfield region of New Hampshire are also Adult Babies.
    It is nice to know that I am not the only Adult Baby in the area, but who knows who they are.
    I was lucky enough to find a family doc who has no issues with the scene. I've come in wearing jonjons and longalls; been on the table in training pants and in diapers; and even gotten a shot or two in my bottom. No issues ever.

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    I always call trains choo-choos or woo-woos. I love riding in our van when I'm in little space. Last time we went out; I sat in my seat wearing just a tshirt and a diaper and had my pacifier in my mouth and of course had "Pookie" with me. He's my favorite bear. Joshie's doctor is mine also and he doesn't mind when I'm in full little space in his office. The only children/adults he will see are ones with special needs like Autism or in my case Asperger's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MailCat581 View Post
    I always call trains choo-choos or woo-woos. I love riding in our van when I'm in little space. Last time we went out; I sat in my seat wearing just a tshirt and a diaper and had my pacifier in my mouth and of course had "Pookie" with me. He's my favorite bear. Joshie's doctor is mine also and he doesn't mind when I'm in full little space in his office. The only children/adults he will see are ones with special needs like Autism or in my case Asperger's.
    My Primary Care Doctor is the one who first diagnosed me with Asperger's Syndrome back in 2005.
    I am one of her first patients in Private Practice.
    Yes, I call trains Choo-Choo's, and diapers, Dydees.
    Nowadays I am in "Little Space" cognitively whenever I ride in the car with my brother who drives me everywhere I need to go away from home.

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    I love checking out the toy at the local Walmart... Well... In some ways I love it. In other ways it makes me jealous of all the girls that got to play with the Barbie's when the were little

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