Virtual Baby Game: Care for 3d Babies

We have written before about Virtual Child Birth in Second Life.

Well the next step is the care for a virtual baby game. The Carrot House 3d Babies are very popular in Second Life. You can play with them and dress them and they have many animations including playing peekaboo, playing with toys, sleeping, eating, and drinking from a bottle.

Virtual Baby

Here is the link where you can adopt a virtual baby for about $12. Check out the below two videos on caring for your virtual 3d baby and customization.


Virtual Baby Games in Second Life Video:


3d Baby


Take Care of Your 3D Baby and Dress Them with this Tutorial Video:


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22 thoughts on “Virtual Baby Game: Care for 3d Babies”

  1. hey,peoples i need t o know how to play this game it looks so fun….i spent 1 hour trying to find out but i cant….please let me know if u find out…..thanksssss….

  2. I have twins of these babies and I love them very much.. Jenia has done a great job at making them happy loveable babies. You can download and play SL by going to Secondlife.com… you can view more tutorials and stuff about these babies on youtube by searching “Carrot House”… you can make purchases for secondlife and carrothouse on xstreetsl.com

  3. I have a beautiful little baby girl from carrot house, the suuport is amazing, the videos are soo helpful when you first get your baby …. and Jenia is an amazing woman, and very helpful, and is always making something new for us …….

  4. How do you play the game if they wan visitors then don’t make it so damn hard to have an account so you can have a virtual game.

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