My Baby Grayson

I’m taking this class called Child Development and we have to have these robot babies for a whole weekend. I get mine today and it is an African American boy that I named Grayson. I heard you only get 3 hours of sleep a night with the fake babies and I am not looking forward to that what so ever. I love sleep and hate getting woken up. Hopefully I can be a good mom to my wonderful son Grayson. The goal for this weekend is to not kill him, wish me luck.

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9 thoughts on “My Baby Grayson

  1. Hi Alexis!

    I also signed up for the blogging challenge, this time as a mentor. I am a teacher in Ohio and I’m happy to see you also would like to be a teacher. I’m wondering which subject and age you are most interested in?

    I use edublogs for my blog site, so I’m not so familiar with wordpress, but I was wondering if there was a way to allow comments on your About Me page?

    I look forward to reading more. I hope your robot baby hasn’t been keeping you up too late!

    Ms. Garber

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  2. That’s pretty interesting to have a robotic baby to experience how life is as a parent. My middle school used to do that but now they don’t because it’s not in the budget. Being sleep deprived and going to school with that thing seems like a lot of tough work but I think you’ll manage if you haven’t already. If you’d like to know more about me you can visit my blog http://khaos1.edublogs.org/about-me/ Leave a comment when you’re done reading 😛

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  3. Maybe this is a stupid question, maybe not, but why are you taking part at this Child Development? I mean what is the sense of taking care of a robot baby?

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    1. I took the class because it is an easy A class. And the point of the assignment was to try to prevent teen pregnancy and make teenagers realize how much work a child really is.

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      1. My first year at KR, Cal was 6 mo old, and he frequently cried at night. I will never forget coming here and being mostly asleep–wait to have your first non plastic baby. They are worth it, but so much work!

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