Ok everyone, I was in my Home Economics class around a week ago when my teacher told us our assignment for this weekend: Take care of a doll that simulates a 4-month old infant. Yes, an infant doll that we're being graded on. Basically, we have to respond to the doll's crying (which will be once every two hours on average), for the three weekend nights and two weekend days. When we respond, we also have to initiate the care it needs, and we have to figure out what it needs too. Also, we have to record in a diary each time it cries, which includes the care needed and what we were doing at the time (I can't wait to write "Playing Minecraft" in almost every space for that over the weekend).Personally, I think it will be kind of fun. On this thread, I want to hear reactions, comments saying "Sorry for you, bro" or "Stinks for you, I'm homeschooled ", or whatever story you have to this project. And is there anyone out there who has had to do this while in middle school too?