Chosen Child

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AB Discovery, Nov 5, 2019

Jamie was a teenage bedwetter and when you lived in an orphanage, prospective parents didn't choose bedwetters - at least not for long. Sick of wet sheets and nappies, Jamie was often returned back in disgrace and 'traded in' for a younger, dryer child.


He was the only older teenager allowed to remain in the orphanage, a product of his very short stature and obvious immaturity - and occasional wet pants. But at the age of eighteen, Jamie had finally been told he was leaving.


He had been.... CHOSEN. But by whom... and why?  


A story of being happily regressed back to infancy, with diapers, plastic pants, pacifiers and sleeping in a crib. A wonderful narrative of a terrible childhood being not just overcome, but replaced with a new one.

 

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