Chapter 1: The first few days.
Jamie was a normal baby he had been born in a town in the northeast of England called Ashington on a cold and dreary late October day on a Tuesday, he weighed in at 9&1/2lbs in weight he had born to two proud pearents one of who was Chinese but had been born in Wales in the UK and the other who had been born in Newcastle they were bouth in their late 30's and the year was 1980, His mum worked at a bank as a clerk at Loyds TSB whilst his dad was a teacher of business and economics at the local university of Newcastle their son who had just been born wouldn't leave the hospital for another week because of the fact he had tests on him to check that he was okay and that everything was fine this was normal practice in those days for newly born children.
Chapter 2: The home coming.
Jamie had been picked up later that week once he had been given the okay for his mom and dad to pick him up from hospital and take him to his new home in Ponteenland near Ashington the house was numbered 77 on Lansdale Drive and had a free door with gold numbering on it as soon as practicable possible Jamie's pearents organized a baby shower party to cellibrate the arrival of their newest and latest member of their family and all his new uncles and relatives and friends came to say hello to the new baby boy.
Chapter 3: A new life.
After about a couple of weeks/months readjusting to his new life Jamie's pearents got good news his father had gotten a job teaching business and economic studies at the University of Grand Cayman, this meant that within a few days of getting the news Jamie's pearents would take him to a new life in the carribian archipelago of the Cayman Islands south of Cuba in a British colonial outpost/dependency.
The following few 24 hours were a bit too chaotic to Jamie to understand so he just lay there in his carry cot as his pearents borded the British Airways Boeing 747-200 air liner from London's Heathrow airport to Miami In the USA and then on to a transferring flight operated by Cayman Airways the flight was on a British Aerospace BAC-111-500 this flight took approximately 1 hour 22 minuet from Miami to Cayman islands but had to go around Cuba due to the political situation that did not allow for direct flights from America.
Chapter 4: The modest start.
Jamie's pearents who were middle-classed UK citizens were well paid by the education department of the Cayman government but still weren't rich in terms of what they could originally afford in terms of housing and that meant only a basic but comfortable house near the beach with a sort of temporary nursery which was adequate for the needs of the new baby but not fully stocked up with all the permanent fixtures one would expect to find in a nursary for a 1-2 month old child.
Chapter 5: trouble brewing out at sea.
Within a week of their arrival and settling in in the Cayman islands the first hurricane soon made its presence known like a malevolent evil beast it kept clawing and howling at the house with all its might where the new family now lived fortunately for the new couple and their baby son the house had a air gap between the walls so the wind couldn't bring the house down on top of them it also had hurricane lamps and other basic supplies, Jamie's pearents had also borded up the windows with wooden plywood bords and wroght iron nails.
The hurricane lasted until the next day at least and left alot of cleaning up to do in terms of fallen palm trees and shrubs that had been dislodged by the category 2-3 winds the hurricane had been named hurricane Ivan.
In the wake of the hurricane boats were tossed about the cost like drift wood and it took several days for the powerline's to be restored in parts of the island not that this concerned Jamie as he lay in his cot/cribb nursed by his mother.
Chapter 6: A new home.
After a couple of weeks spent in their temporary accommodation it was time to move to their new apartment which was on the 3rd floor of a complex called paradise apartments this was like heaven when compared to the basic house they had lived in before and this would be their new home until they left the Cayman islands in 1984 four years later when Jamie was nearly 4 years old, but for now Jamie was just content in being the star of the new family and a baby.
Chapter 7: The demonic pre-school
When Jamie was 18 months of age his pearents booked him into a pre-school in Grand Cayman Called Mr Budd's, things went well for the first week until one day Jamie soiled his uniform he was so embarrassed about it but to make things worse he was summoned to the headmasters office and given a good hiding in terms of being Cained until Jamie started crying and his bottom was so saw I almost was bleeding, Jamie couldn't understand why was he being punished when he hadn't done anything wrong.
Next came the angry phone call to his pearents saying why did you send Jamie here without being ready as he's still a baby and also the fact that Jamie had soild his uniform the principle layed all of the blame on his mum this was the last straw she drove to the school and on seeing to her horror how Janie looked with his hevely bruised body from the beating she demanded that her son be taken from that cursed place of harm.
Chapter 8: Peace regained but at what price?.
As soon as Jamie got him that day he knew that things were going to be fine a he was safe again from harm but he still was left traumatised by that days events so much so he screamed at night as he kept having nightmares about being back at that demonic place this would last for weeks afterwards and would haunt his every dream although Jamie still enjoyed being a baby/toddler that he was meant to be rather than the automitronic robot the principle had made Jamie act like when he was forcefully indoctrinating him with his evil ways.
Chapter 9: Jamie's First Breakfast at KFC
One Jamie was being weeled around in his new stroller by his mum and was feeling a strange sensation that could only mean one thing as he was hungry and had only recently graduated from liquid foods to solid foods the previous month, Jamie was wheeled past a medium sized building and into a cool air-conditioned restaurant with a sign that only read a three letter word then he was lifted out of his stroller and placed into a wooden high-chair that was white colour with the expection of they logo on it and the waitress provided him with a bowl of something that looked milky with what appeared to be flakes in it with a sliced bananas Jamie enjoyed eating this food for the first time in his new life.
Chapter 10: The toy store
After he had finished his breakfast Jamie was lowered and placed back into his stroller which was black apart from the logo of Mammas & Pappas and the hood which had stars and planets on it in gold and deep blue and for the seatbelt like stap/restraint that secured around Jamie and ran from his legs and then up to his waist only cothered up by a white/cream coloured baby cloth/crib blanket and once again it was off to being wheeled around the streets of Grand Cayman when suddenly they entered another large air-conditioned building this time with large cream coloured shelves that were filled with every kind of toy imaginable to Jamie and large clear glass windows covering the walls which had stiffened safety glass in case of storm damage from hurricanes, Once inside Jamie was amazed by the sheer scope and where scale of the amount of toys that were on display which made it hard to Jamie to make up his mind as to which toy he wanted although the store assist came over and said kind words to the effect of don't be afraid it's okay take your time little one there's plenty to choose from it was then Jamie saw the rows of knitted turtles that were the Cayman islands official mascot and they were all scented with attractive smelling perfume, Jamie choose a yellow and free coloured turtle and a Giant pig which was pink and was medium sized but still it was larger than he was as well as a giant teadybear all of which were delivered by truck to their new home in the outskirts of Cayman Brac the second largest island in the Cayman islands.
Chapter 11: The Cinemas
A few days later again his mum took Jamie out to town in Cayman Brac but this time instead of KFC they went to Burger King Jamie of cause had the children's meal and sat in a plastic and metal high-chair once he was lifted out of his stroller Jamie would often go out to town with either of his pearents or the maid from Spain who cared for him in their absence and this particular was no different except his mum had a supprise for Jamie and although he didn't know it she had booked them in to see the new movie E.T which was showing at the only picture house in town at that time the year was 1982 and Jamie was almost 2 years of age.
Chapter 12: A typical days routine
This was Jamie's first real experience in watching a movie other than on the TV at home and he really enjoyed it as he could not be more contented with himself other than the occasional diaper change which was mandatory because he hadn't been toilet trained at this time and in any given day like thousands of other children he soul go through 6-8 diapers in the course of a day tho was normal for babies and toddlers of approximately his own age, Jamie enjoyed his time in either his Pampers babydry diapers or his Huggies daytime diapers which came in a pack of 48 pads although Jamie also wore on occasion the pampers babydry diapers with magic alphabet blocks on I that would fade when wet and used to have a elasticated waistband at the top and in the leg gathers bellow this was to prevent leaks.
Chapter 13: The War overseas
Sometime in 1982 when Jamie was being cared for by his maid the radio broke into/interrupted the regular broadcast to go into breaking news concerning a war that had been declared between Argentianian armed forces and the British Armed forces over an arcapeligo called the Falkland islands on the other side of the world and although Jamie had no idea what the word war meant or why any country would invade another just for political gain but he knew in his heart this new word couldn't be good because he felt very uneasy about that three letter word.
Chapter 14: Potty training begins
The year was 1983 and couple of months went by and suddenly Jamie noticed that his mum had started rationing his diapers and he didn't know what to expect because he had always known diapers for his whole life up-unto this point and eventually she went even further and introduced Jamie to a potty instead of a diaper and that he was being encouraged to do something he had never done before, soon this would turn into a daily routine and before he knew it Jamie was out of diapers seemingly for good.
Chapter 15: The long flight home
Eventually the new families time in Cayman came to an end and they moved out from their house/condominium bound for the UK and back to Cramlington near the town of Ashington in Northeast England where Jamie had lived before with his pearents three-four years before she he was a baby this would be their temporary home.
Chapter 16: The arrival of a new child
It was in 1986 when Jamie's mum gave birth to her newest son called Matt who was born in March of that year fortunately though this meant at least temporary Jamie had a new source of diapers as he had secret regression sessions where he would slip on some diapers and re-enact the time when he was a baby,
although this didn't last long because he got bord of playing the baby or dressing his soft toys in diapers and playing mother sort of but he also had other plans in mind to concentrate on mainly the start of his primary Schooling and trying to fit in with his new friends and this meant for the next few years he would have to grow up so to speak of.
Chapter 17: The move to a larger house
Then at sometime not long after Jamie's new brother was born the family had decided that they hadn't got the room for four people in one house so it was off to the real-estate agent to find somewhere else that was more suitable to their needs and within months it was off to a new house called Howford which was situated in the quaint and old village of Acomb in Northumbria close to Hexham this also suited Jamie's pearents as he had gotten too old to the school he was at at that time and was eligible to become a student at the Seal primary School in Hexhamshire.
Chapter 18: Don't trust the neighbours
Not long after Jamie started school again he drifted into the wrong crowd of people who he thought were his friends bouth of which lived next-door to him in the village and were called Steven and Andrew