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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I had to do this for one of my assignments this year because of my Child Development class and take care of the baby for 3 days – I got it on Halloween and it was quite difficult. Taking care of the robotic baby is a lesson though, and while I was watching this video I just had to laugh because I literally went through the same exact thing. 😂
On you think one night is bad. I took one home for five nights. I got a little bit of sleep. But you know I enjoyed the experience. It taught me how new parents feel. I also probably spent this whole video screaming scan so you can take care of the baby.
Every time I watch this, I get frustrated. I had the same ones a couple years ago and you're supposed to touch the bracelet to the baby's back before you do anything to it, like feed it or change the diaper. It would've gone smoother if they knew that lol
I had to raise a baby like that in my parenting class senior year. I had the Hispanic baby boy and everyone called him Jesus but the name I gave him was Emilio. And he was the best dressed baby in all of parenting class.
I had to do this for health class in high school. I took it for the whole weekend for extra credit and I regretted it almost immediately. My baby seemed like he never stopped screaming! In the end I got 98%. When everybody was finished with the lesson we all got together to share, and this one girl said that her doll cried like 5 times over the whole weekend. I have never wanted to push someone in front of on coming traffic more in my entire life!
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