The Baby Game

by Jennifer Loraine

Brian could not understand how he had managed it! After months of talking, he had finally conned his wife into playing baby games with him. He lay on the floor listening to her cooing softly to him; “The time for playing games is over, Brian. I’ve made your fantasy come true. You’ve been changed into a real baby – you’ll be my baby boy forever and ever. You know I’ve always wanted a baby. I was so sad when I found out we couldn’t have one. You should have told me before we got married that you were sterile. Since you can’t father a baby, you’ll take the place of the baby you should have given me,” she teased. “You’ll be my baby instead, so I’ll have my wish too!”

Brian smiled at the thought of being her baby. Somehow just saying it had made it seem true. “Cathy’s the perfect mommy for me,” he thought as he recalled the events of the past ten hours. She had diapered him before going to bed and held him while he suckled her teats like a baby. He had fallen asleep in her arms, his face nestled between her ample breasts. When he awoke in the morning, she had given him warm cocoa in a baby bottle and let him lie on the rug. He was surprised at the slightly bitter taste of the cocoa, he supposed that she had put in too much cocoa powder when she made it. Still, the sweet chocolatey mixture tasted good and the mildly cloying flavor brought back pleasant childhood memories. He sucked on his bottle and watched morning cartoons on tv while she sat on the couch and knitted. When he told her he needed to pee, she told him to go ahead and use his diapers. He relaxed and let himself dribble a little into his diaper. All at once, his control vanished and he found himself soaking his diaper like a toddler.
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