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bibs update
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today, Saturday 22nd april I went to the market and went direct to baby stall, the young female owner was there, she saw me and first words were "Bibs?"  I said, you haven't got many left now have you? she said no but she was going to the cash n carry later this week to get more, I pulled out a mauve coloured dummy from my pocket  and said / asked. did she have any this colour, she produced a couple in nearly same colour, so I bought two of them, and when I paid I thanked her by calling her "sweetheart", no doubt she will talk amongst her friends when she goes home and say something like " that chap who keeps buying my bibs bought a dummy today with him" 

will be interesting to be a fly on a wall


all in all a good day
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(04-22-2017, 12:26 PM)babyian Wrote: today, Saturday 22nd april I went to the market and went direct to baby stall, the young female owner was there, she saw me and first words were "Bibs?"  I said, you haven't got many left now have you? she said no but she was going to the cash n carry later this week to get more, I pulled out a mauve coloured dummy from my pocket  and said / asked. did she have any this colour, she produced a couple in nearly same colour, so I bought two of them, and when I paid I thanked her by calling her "sweetheart", no doubt she will talk amongst her friends when she goes home and say something like " that chap who keeps buying my bibs bought a dummy today with him" 

will be interesting to be a fly on a wall


all in all a good day

I'd have loved to have seen that.  It's nice to experience or see that type of exchange.  Do you wear your bibs or just like to have them?
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#3
update,  I haven't been to well lately, but am recovering, I now have a lot of bibs from the market stall, I don't need anymore bibs yet, so need to buy something new from the market baby stall now, the girl there sells changing mats, but they are £6 and the quality is poor compared to Tesco ones, I should go back to see the girl on the baby stall this week, weather permnitting but will have to buy something different, there is a mobility shop opposite where I buy my nappies from, maybe I go buy nappies first then carry them to the baby stall so she can see I have 2 packs of nappies in my size
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#4
Perhaps you could wear a nappy and a pair of very crinkly plastic baby knickers when you visit? That way the girls on the baby stall will be in no doubt about your babyish status.
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#5
My wife likes to use the older style, plastic dental bibs. Highly humiliating and yet so useful for avoiding a mess on your uniform when being fed. We have several in all the pastel shades and a few in transparent.
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