Adult babies are grown men and women who enjoy role playing as infants or toddlers. This regression may occur spontaneously or more frequently. This role playing activity is part of a broader type of role play known as age play.
More About Adult Babies (AB)
Adult babies adopt a number of behaviors that imply a regression towards a more infantile state. Many are non-verbal or have limited speech. Many drink formula or juice from a bottle, eat baby food, or wear onesies and diapers into which they may urinate or defecate. Adult babies may play simple games with other adult babies or engage in nurturing experiences with other adults who take on the roles of caregivers. Adult caregivers may bathe or play with their adult babies, change their diapers, or even spank them if they misbehave.