>Having the chance to relive your childhood in a nurturing environment while being aware of who you were before the regression sounds like a wonderful experience if one is willing to regress.
This. I was never into the intense, super-strict mommy type, personally; I was always into the smiling, nurturing, enthusiastic, reasurring type, which unfortunately can be pretty hard to come by in ABDL materials. Keeping my memories intact would be paramount to being able to revel in what was happening, too, as otherwise I would be no different from a normal two-year old. Not to mention I'm just really uneasy about the idea of amnesia, anyway lol.
>Sure things can get awkward at first but being dependent on someone to take care of you should bring back those childlike tendencies of not caring.
That's true. I suppose for me, though, the real draw is the idea of a totally non-judgmental environment, coupled with the somewhat selfish
idea of having someone willingly focus all their attention on me and only me. I could completely relax in every sense of the term, without worrying about any type of inhibition or rejection.
>Part of the fantasy seems to be related firmly to new physical limitations
I can definitely see the appeal here. For me, again, though, it's more the idea that such limitations are put there because my "mommy" loves me and wants me to be safe; it's the idea that I'm the sole focal point of her existence, and, due to my dependence on her for every daily task, she of mine.