prof-jason-adams:

They freaking you out in your classes as well?

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Oh yes. Everytime I try to talk, one of those babies start crying and everyone just groan… babies are not that noisy!

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itsmollybby:

And why’s that? 

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The noise… it takes work space and the concentration of my students. Plus I know for a fact that babies don’t cry that much.

I think this idea of babies is great and all but now I’m deeply uncomfortable…

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profadalindbannerman:

A lot of our students aren’t cut out for parenthood quite yet, it seems. I thought I saw one of the dolls flying out a window yesterday, but I was probably just seeing things.

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Now I don’t want whoever threw that baby out of a window to have a real one. But at least it’ll let them know that even though real babies are the cutest thing ever; at night they’re like little hungry crying monsters.

profadalindbannerman:

I promise, I haven’t told them anything. If they did take the batteries out, they’d fail anyway. You can monitor that stuff. I had one student wearing one sandal and one boot yesterday. 

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Oh my… that’s simply awful. Didn’t they noticed that they took more time with one foot than the other? They’re worse than I thought. 

cat-eldridge:

Hmm. Okay. Maybe my next one won’t turn out quite so…not smooth now.

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Just remember that practice makes perfect.

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profadalindbannerman:

Oh, I think the project itself is a great idea. Nothing shows you responsibility more than being forced to wake up in the middle of the night and take care of tiny human, even if it is plastic. It’s a little disruptive, I suppose, but it definitely reaches its objective. Though I have had a couple students ask about removing the batteries.

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Oh no, don’t tell them. I’ve just had a few students falling asleep in class. Some with.. oddly matching clothes… it’s really funny.

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cat-eldridge:

Thanks. I’ll remember that next time I try. Does there need to be more ice if you have more fruit? Or does that matter?

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That doesn’t matter at all. If you want more of a liquid substance, add more ice. If not, don’t add as many.

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profadalindbannerman:

I’m really not used to walking to my office and hearing the cries of about nineteen different babies. This is going to be a strange project. Maybe I should let up on homework this week.

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It definitely is a strange project but I think that’s how they will know if they’d like to be parents. It’ll teach them about responsability as well… I think I’m all for it. Except for the noise, of course.

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