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Certainly not babied past baby age, and I think I can say with confidence my parents didn't spoil me.

Objectively, my grandma doted on me, and seemed to have favoured me slightly over my sister, which occasionally created some tension between me and her. 

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Not babied, but overprotected, and too scared to push back.  Metallica put it pretty well.

Let my heart go
Let your son grow
Mama, let my heart go
Or let this heart be still

Never I ask of you, but never I gave
But you gave me your emptiness
I now take to my grave

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I was not spoiled at all! In a lot of ways my childhood was pretty bad/horrific. But I think its partially the reason I'm into ABDL now, as a way to heal that inner child part of myself. 

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I'm not sure that my treatment should be called babying. I was a very sickly kid. I had rheumatic fever from roughly the ages 6 to 8. For medical reasons, I had to spend a lot of time in bed and wasn't allowed to engage in much active play. I then had major problems after surgery when I was 14 that left me with life-long bladder-control problems. But on top of all that, I was overprotected and not allowed to do many things that I could have done safely. 

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I was the youngest of 3 so I was the baby of the family but I think my mom wanted me to grow up a bit quick.

Spoiled, yes I’m sure I was. I do think I missed out on some cuddly love from my mom because of dealing with my other siblings 

I think it’s in part why I’m an ABDL. I was prob potty trained by about 14 months or so. Never wet the bed much passed 6 or 7 

I do think I prob grew up past my babyhood too fast 

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On 6/5/2021 at 12:54 PM, DailyDi said:

I was a failed attempt to save a marriage... so no lol

I am the same idea but had a completely different result. I was the save the marriage baby as well. When my parents split, they both treated me as the baby for the most part as I was the only boy and the youngest.

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I don't think I was babied much. I didn't even had a pacifier after I was around a year old (didn't like it). But I was cuddled and kissed a lot and at night I listened to children's cassets (audio books for children? idk the write translation to Hörspiel) until me early teens I guess 

 

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I’d really have to say yes, I was pretty babied/spoiled. I was a “surprise” baby to my parents, and I came a good while after my siblings. I had a very sweet stay-at-home mom who also was a bit of a micromanager and took charge of everything. I think she was happy to have a new baby, and didn’t really mind how dependent I was on her for waaayyy too long.

I was kind of an emotionally needy kid. Lot of anxiety, big crybaby. I pretty frequently slept with my mom even into middle school because I’d get scared at night. I couldn’t be left alone in the house either or I’d freak out. And then I was just kind slow in growing up in so many ways

I was always really smart for my age in school, but anything at all practical or needed for independence, I just could not handle.

Wasn’t potty-trained until really late, took forever to learn how to tie my shoes, wet the bed until my teens.

I never had any privacy or needed any. My mom kind of just handled everything. I really started to feel embarrassed by it as I became an older kid but I also didn’t really want anything to change. When I was in middle school grade, my bedroom still pretty much looked like a nursery, not to mention I still had a drawer of diapers and plastic sheets.

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I am an only hild, mostly raised by my mother, as my biological father became a hemiplegic when I was 6 due to a stroke related to Agent Orange. I am also disabled, from birth (with spina bifida). My mother was pretty overwhelmed, caregiving for me *and* my biofather, and just trying to be generous and protective of her friends. 

People in general tend to be protective of the disabled, which sometimes includes babying or talking down to us. So, even at 48, I get babied and spoiled. Not what it's cracked up to be.

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Honestly, I don't remember, but in elementary grades, I pretty much got whatever toy I wanted.   I don't remember for asking too much, but the one I really wanted was the Matchbox airport  with jets (remember those plastic boxes with a carry handle?), which was kind of pricey.  

Additionally: I was denied for a while (days, weeks?) on getting the Matchbox airport, but it didn't take long...my love for aviation is still there, I just don't have a job, but just a hobby with flight simulators.

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5 hours ago, rubbersheetmike said:

I wasnt babied or spoiled growing up at all. I grew up in a big family and because of that it was difficult to get attention.

Rubbersheetmike,

How big was your family? My father was one of 14 -- 8 girls and 6 boys. As for me I have only 1 sibling and that is a sister. I am, of course, a male.

Albert

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On 6/17/2024 at 9:54 PM, Albert-1701 said:

Rubbersheetmike,

How big was your family? My father was one of 14 -- 8 girls and 6 boys. As for me I have only 1 sibling and that is a sister. I am, of course, a male.

Albert

14 is a big family. I grew up in a family of 7 kids, with 3 boys and 4 girls. Both of my parents worked - well my mom usually part-time - and 4 of us kids were overage bedwetters. And my father had a small construction business and worked about 60 hours a week to pay the bills. So our dad wasn't around a lot and our mom had her hands full. And we were relatively close in age with only 9 years separating the oldest from the youngest. I think that in really big families years ago the older kids would often look after the younger ones but that probably isn't as common where the kids are close in age.

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