My Virtual Child

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My virtual child to me is a great program. My baby was a girl Skyhila Teagan. Raising a child is hard work. Raising children take financial, emotional, and a physical toll on couples or single parents and this program has showed me it takes a lot to be ready for a child. Although we don’t have to get up late night and do anything for the baby, we have to make decisions and care for it which is a huge part of being a parent. Of course children need the basics: diapers, baby wipes, burp clothes, receiving blankets, swaddling blankets, crib, wash clothes, baby shampoo and body wash, diaper cream, baby oil and lotion, gripe water, pacifiers, baby carrier, car seat, diaper bad, rocking chair, digital thermometer, baby monitor night light and the list goes on and on. However, the most important things along with the basics are love, attention, and affection. Not only is there a lot the baby has to have but also there is a lot of things that mommy needs also which were not a part of this program but are relevant. Mommy has to have nursing pillow, milk storage bottles, breast pump, sitz herb spray, disposable underwear, big long maxi pads, nightgown or comfy pajamas, nursing tops or nursing shawl, postpartum support belt, scar healing cream .This program taught me a lot about raising children it’s a lot harder than it appears to be. I had to make a lot of decisions and it affects another (my virtual child’s) life not just mines. That was the hard part in this program I had to truly think about a lot of the decisions I made because they affected her and her development and day not just mine. In the beginning she had issues with sleeping and food. Then she had problems with daycare. She was a little of a loner at the beginning but by me taking her to the park some with other children she warmed up and did better. She fed off of my energy. I did not know babies emotions sometimes depend on the parent or main caregiver. When strangers were around she looked to my expression...
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