Hi, Echo! What about a baby simulator? These six hundred dollar dolls are used in junior and high schools to show young people all the responsibilities that go into caring for a baby. They can sense hot and cold, they can tell if they are roughly handled, and they can also react differently to various objects like their bottle, diaper, or mommy band which basically tells the simulator who you are. They will also generate a report displaying how you "parented". It lists stuff like how well you supported the doll's head, if the doll was roughly handled, or if you didn't wake up in the middle of the night to tend it as it screamed. They also deduct points if the doll was layed on its stomach and left that way. I never got to use one, but I had to babysit one for about thirty minutes. They are very heavy babies- about ten pounds and they are very large compared to an actual newborn. They also don't move or contain any servos, or at least the version I held didn't move. Her name was alishia. Luckily for me she slept for about fifteen minutes before waking up and starting to fuss. I had to call her caretaker and figure out what she wanted. Oh yes, and after feeding, you have to burp them which I forgot to do and got my friend a negative care point. He wasn't too happy with me about that.