Virtual pets and babies are growing in popularity. As evidence, more and more sites are becoming available, free of charge, for your kids to play mom or dad. These sites give kids the benefit of caring for babies without the commitment a real baby entails, and kids of all ages may enjoy playing these games.
At babyvalley.co.uk, your kids can create a baby and take care of her. Kids can decorate their babies and enrol them in beauty contests. Babies also come with a room that kids can decorate. Babies will need to be fed and cared for on a regular basis, and kids can put together meals for their babies from a variety of virtual foods. Registration is free of charge, and kids can have multiple babies. In addition, if you allow for it, there is a message board where they can talk to other kids who have babies at this site and talk about various aspects of the entire website.
At cyberinfants.com, kids can adopt babies and pets. Kids earn "care points" every time they care for their babies and pets. Care points can be used to purchase food, clothing and toys for their babies. There are games available, such as the "Pearl Hunt" puzzle game or "Snowball Warrior" where they'll throw snowballs at each other. Kids can also make friends with others who have a baby on Cyberinfants and interact with those friends through the website. Registration is free.
At babydow.com, kids can adopt a baby to care for as well as manage a career and "parenting." They can also set up a garden for which they'll need to care. There's a market where they can buy things for their baby, but if they don't find what they need, there's the fairy forest where fairies can create useful items. In addition, kids can manage a nursery childcare centre and accept other babies into the nursery based on enrolment criteria. Registration is free.
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