The Try Guys care for robot babies overnight and end up raising hell. The third in a special five-part series exploring motherhood.
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Watching this while Ned has an actual baby 😂 I had to keep one of those babies with me in freshman year of high school, I’m a white female and the baby I had assigned to me was a dark skinned female, going to stop and shop was an interesting experience 😂
I had to do this for Development Psychology. It was for a whole weekend and required writing every single thing down. It woke me up multiple times throughout the night and At one point I almost started crying because it wouldn’t stop wailing. Only helped prove my current unwant for kids valid 😂 remember kids: no glove, no love!
Both teams did really great of handling and taking care of their baby. What I caught my attention is when Zach and Keith don’t go back to sleep, they just taking care of their baby for the rest of the night. They are like a true parent.
Oh god I had to take care of one of these for my parenting class. It was hell. They make the exact same sounds and the beep sound is the same oh god no. You only get to sleep from half an hour- 3 hours at a time. Ended the weekend with a 91 despite givkng it whiplash.
Eugene, it would seem that all your fear and dislike of babies stems from a fear of hurting them or doing something wrong. If it wasn't you would be holding that doll like you do the real ones. As a parent, you will always do something wrong. Your best and all your love will be good enough and they will forgive you for the rest.
This was really bad..... For them....... But sadly it was funny for us..... When I did this my baby had 1 hellish night and that's it....... But I got lucky they didn't..... Although I did think Eugene was gonna drop JJ and not Ned
I have to take care of one of these exact babies for a weekend for my parenting and child development class. We got some of them out recently and they sound so weird because they sound so real. But watching this video made me nervous😂😂
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