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harley26
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Date Joined Jan 2003
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   Posted 11/5/2005 3:49 AM (GMT -7)   
You guys will never guess what I am doing this am. Babysitting "my daughters baby"............NOT !!!!!!!!!!!!! She came home Fri with one of those dolls from her " Parenting/Childhood Development" class. When I saw it, I thought OH NO!!!!!!!!!!.Cause when it starts crying it sounds like a real baby, not to mention its looks. I told her it was "Chucky III" It's really bizarre. It was quiet for a good while, until she laid down to take her Fri afternoon nap. That was the end of that. She rocked it, walked it, the works and when she sat down again it hushed. So EARLY this am, I heard something, had forgotten about Chucky, then it didn't take long for me to remember. eyes Now I have it in my room, after I got it to stop crying, just waiting. There's a key you can turn it off with, but, the recorder in the back takes all data, as what has been done to it. Really freaky HUH! Some of the guys said they covered it up with pillows and blnkets so they couldn't hear it. That means they fail their class. But, now my daughter partially knows what its like to have to keep a baby in your arms app 24/7. I laughed at her, and she just rolled her eyes. Told her I would "watch it" until I got tired,and i've been up a long time now, and then she had to take it back.  PLLEEEEEEEESE!!!!!! Also, she doesn't have it on a school nite, its the entire weekend. Anyway, here's some 'CLUTTER' of the weird kind. lol...


((((HUGGS)))) Carol

Post Edited (harley26) : 11/5/2005 3:52:13 AM (GMT-7)


gma
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   Posted 11/5/2005 10:13 AM (GMT -7)   
Oh this is rare! I am really ROTFL. I have never seen one of these babies but have heard about them. I think they would make anyone think twice about having a baby. It always amazes me how many young women have babies and have never been around a baby before and have no idea what it is like. Now I guess grandmas to be get to learn all over again, too. Hugs, MK


Brnadebt
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   Posted 11/7/2005 6:35 PM (GMT -7)   
Carol

My daughter had to do that too and that .____doll drove me nutsou could not get it to shut up for very long. I think this is such a good idea for teenagers it gives them a better idea of what being a parent is all about. I kept teasing my daughter all weekend telling her if it didnt shut up I was going to swing it by its ankles!!!!!!! Good thing I didnt she would have gotten a bad grade.
Hugs:)
Bernadette


harley26
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Date Joined Jan 2003
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   Posted 11/8/2005 4:15 AM (GMT -7)   
I agree with u guys about it being a good idea. Hopefully it will make them think, before they do something they may regret. The bad part about my daughter's doll, was, early Sun morn, her's died. The teacher put old batteries in the one she had, it got cold here Sat morn, and when they got cold, 'he' expired. I mean this doll was anatomically correct, but, its still a good course to have. This was the class I used to call home-ec, we just didn't have babies, we cooked and sewed.
Love and Prayers to all,
((((HUGGS)))) Carol

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