Then she showed me what was inside. It's a doll that really cries, needs to be changed and needs to drink a bottle. It's for her health class to teach students that caring for a baby is a responsiblility that goes on 24 hours a day.
The little doll looks so cute. She told me that the censor inside the doll keeps track of how long the baby cries, whether she was changed or fed, and whether her neck was not supported when held.
Jessica took the baby to youth group and buckled her into the seatbelt. Our son Harrison drove her. The baby didn't cry very much at all, but when it did it screamed!
When I woke up at 4:30 am, I found her alone in the kitchen eating breakfast. She said the baby cried all night. She finally figured out it needed to burp. She looked pretty tired. It was so cute to see her with this baby.
There is a censor inside the diapers, that in keeps a record, so it knows if Jessica changed it or not. I thought the doll was so cute. I had a similar encounter with babies when I was her age. I took care of twin boys for two weeks while their parents were in Sweden. I got up every night and held them, fed them and changed them. It was a great experience for me and made me realise at a young age that babies take time and need love.
Tip for young moms. When we were growing up our mother assigned a colored cup for us. It was our very own and no one else used it. We were to keep them in the same spot inside the dishwasher. We pulled our cup out to use it, then put it back when done. This way Mom did not have zillions of cups left all over the place and reduced the number of cups in use. I used this with my children too. Have a great day ladies. Kathi
"Train up a child in the way he should go;
even when he is old he will not depart from it."