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    • I get a diaper change when mommy decides I do. She typically won’t change my diaper unless it’s poopy or nearly leaking. That can be uncomfortable when she puts me in a boosted safari. Those last forever. 
    • Randall got registered for school he was almost a year behind most 5 year olds as his mother placed him in school or home schooled him like she told the school board she had. Plus the fact that she hadn't even begin to toilet train him the school board felt Special Ed was the best placement for him, until he was either 1. At a par with the other kids in mainstream classes. Or 2. Toilet trained. They also talked about Gayle who though she might be very limited in her body, her mind was very sharp. They were impressed that she had taught herself how to spell and communicate with others. They tested her. The School Board felt she qualified for Special Ed as well. Hermione was about ready to rip them a new one. They explained that Special Ed wasnt just for those that needed the help, but was at the other end of the spectrum as well. Gifted and Talented was also under the guise of Special Ed. They felt like she would got in there. The work was like 3rd grade learning in Kindergarten. Gayle was just happy to be excelling at something! She knew her body had limitations that she would never get over. Mentally she was very smart, she was the equivalent of Uncle Chris. Very athletic mentally.  She would have Randall at one end of the spectrum, Susan in the middle, and Gayle at the other, higher end. She loved her kids equally  Hermione thought, but academacally she was proud of Gayle. Randall had the furthest to go. She hoped the other two were good with her working with Randall to get him both Toilet trained and academically caught up with his peers.  Hermione could tell another thing about Randall, he had a crush in Lisa, why not she was a very beautiful little girl! She was afraid to even mention it to Chris, he was still dealing with Krystal and Ivan and their love affair. Hermione had never fell for her cousins that young. There was Tony Thompson that she and about 3/4 of the girls in her first grade class all had a crush on. He had dark curly hair, long eyelashes, very good looking! By the time they graduated from high school he was like 5 foot 3 and weighed in at 300 pounds and his nice curly hair was already getting thin their senior year. Of course she was the Mess by then, and so was he.
    • Well, truth be told - I have so many embarrassing moments in my life, that I would literally have to write a book to describe them all. I was incontinent since my early teens, but partially mostly - still had bladder control up til late teens. I had a lot of during classes when I was a teenager, when playing football etc - I always quit, went to toilet and I changed my pads, I had my soap with me and I even took a fast shower during classes when I was a teenager to not smell and I put a new, fresh one diaper now. I actually managed quite well during my teens, but what has really helped me was that, my issues weren't nearly as consistent as they became later - in my twenties - this was the moment in my life, especially early twenties, that I could describe like a nightmare. I had tons of "bad" moments during my college. At first, I was trying to hide my issues from my peers, but I didn't manage to do it for long - it was the moment that I still remember up to this day, my roommate learning about my incontinence issues and telling it to his friends. I was literally so terrified, that I have thought of committing suicide, but fortunately all my friends weren't as bad as I considered them to be. They have probably talked behind my back, but never into my face - they took it quite cool, they told me that, everyone has some issues, that he has no impact at what makes a man is how he copes with those issues. I really loved those guys, but afterwards still I was walking embarrassed for a couple of months because of it and I had a few accidents during classes in college, which literally made me unable to pick any girl. I was frustrated because of it, I simply didn't feel appealing enough to women and this is enough reason to feel frustrated.