Sunday, 8 July 2018

A lesson learned. #MySundayPhoto

My teen is looking after the electronic baby from school as part of her Health and Social care lesson....

She learned the lesson of not trying to cut corners....She thought she could get away with feeding the electronic baby like this....After 10 minutes her arm was aching and she didn't dare move in case the baby started screaming again. lol



19 comments :

  1. I think these electronic babies are a brilliant idea. I pity her poor arm 😂
    #mysundayphoto

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  2. An electronic baby that cries when not happy, how amazing it that!

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  3. Oh my word, I've heard of this but never seen it. Wow, hope mother and baby are doing well! #mysundayphoto

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  4. There's definitely no cutting corners with babies! I hope you've all managed a bit of sleep this weekend.

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  5. Hi Kim, I think the electronic baby thing has to be one of the best ways of making youngsters think twice before letting their hormones rule their actions. If I'd had to look after one, I'm sure I would never of had children ever!

    xx

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  6. oh Poor Becky! taking care of babies, whether electronic or not is very hard work. x
    #mysundayphoto

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  7. Great idea, my eldest would be rubbish at looking after one.

    Have a good Sunday and thank you for linking up to #MySundayPhoto

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  8. Haha love it! We never had anything like this when I was at school. I'd have loved to have a go!

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  9. What a nightmare! Hope the baby behaved x

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  10. Haha reminds me of me with both my babies!

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  11. oh yes lesson well learnt, bet she has been hugging the babay since!

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  12. Hah! I wish they had these when I was at school (although it might have put me off for life). At least she's remembering to feed it :) #MySundayPhoto

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  13. Haha we have been there 😉 X #mysundayphoto

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  14. Such a great idea to teach kids responsibility - although Grace doesn't need one! :D

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  15. I hope we don't get these home (although maybe they're a good way to put the children off wanting one young)

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  16. This is a brilliant way to show teenagers how much work a baby is. I don't think that anybody can ever really prepare you for it but this is a great start :)

    #MMBC

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  17. I can't stand these things. My youngest got a doll for Christmas from toddler group that I couldn't stand. Now she just has a teletubbie called Po. #MySundayPhoto

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