I've gotten behind it would appear, but I was keeping logs for all the time I was gone. I would just keep forgetting to post them here. This will be a long catch-up log, of everyday events that went on from March 16 - 31.
Sunday, March 16, 2008: Molly my little Hanatchi met the matchmaker early this morning, and he brought her a little Androtchi. They had a baby girl, hehe. They look very cute together. I've become rather attached to Molly, and I shall be sad when she leaves her baby.
My V3 Tamagotchi, Jack became an adult on Friday. I heard him changing as I was answering emails, and he changed into an adult I've never had before. This characters name is Leaftchi, and he is very cute looking.
In other news, I got a battery for my V2 and resumed raising Nikki the Young Mametchi this week. V2 is much fun, and similar to the V3 in that you earn points, the games are much alike, and you can buy items from the store. I took the best care I could of little Nikki, and this morning she became a Pyonchitchi, another character from Osu and Mesu.
This afternoon I came into my room and saw Nikki facing her back to the screen. Then I saw what looked like a bunny pushing something. It was the Easter Bunny!
Pushing a little egg along. I was so amazed! I've never seen anything like that before. I was just about to take the picture of it, and then it disappeared off the screen. Darn!
In the next couple of days I'm planning on mating Jack and Nikki. I figure why not take advantage of having a male and female Tama for the first time since my first hatched Connections. I connected them a good few times today, so tomorrow or the next day hopefully I can get them to become mates.
Monday, March 17, 2008: Today was an eventful one. I only went into school for half the day due to weather conditions, and out of my three Connections I only took along Molly and her baby. When I got home at 12:30 I un-paused Nikki and Jack, and resumed caring for them.
After lunch I decided that I wanted to mate them, so I began connecting them. I wasn't sure if it was too early or not, but I connected them about 10 times. They had eating and balloon popping contents, visited one another and gave each other gifts. I took a break from connecting them, and an hour later did it again. At first try they stopped on screen for a moment, and then fireworks began. They met and a heart formed between them. Then Nikki popped out two little babies, and one went over with Jack.
I was so pleased about them mating. Jack now has the Babitchi of Teletchi, a boy, and Nikki has the Babitchi of Petitchi, also a boy. Thankfully Molly's baby is a girl! I know I said I wanted a boy instead of a girl, but at the same time I didn't want to go to the other extreme.
I like to even it out when it comes to Tamas that can mate.
Wednesday, March 19, 2008: The past couple of days have been fun! Yesterday morning I woke up to see that Molly had left her baby in my care. I decided to name her right away and raised her for the next hour. Her name is Maria, after a friend of mine. I took extra good care of her as a Shirobabitchi, and then when changing time came I got a little Marutchi.
I love that character.
Today she changed just before lunch into an Oniontchi. This is said to be one of the unhealthier teens, but that's okay since I'm happy for something different. I wonder what adults can come from this teen character?
In other news, I awoke this morning to two more crying babies. These were Jack and Nikki's little ones. Since I couldn't have two Babitchi to care for in school, I had to wait until I got home at 3:30 to name and raise them. I named my baby Teletchi on my V3 Socks, and Petitchi on my V2 Andy.
I raised them for the next hour, and by dinner time Socks became a MohiTamatchi and Andy became a Kuribotchi. I've never seen or heard of this character before. I was pleased to see MohiTamatchi again. He is the Gen1 toddler from Osu & Mesu.
Tonight I could have cared better for Maria. Time slipped by, and I had been focusing a lot on caring for Tamatchi, in hopes of getting Ginji back tomorrow, and then found poor Maria with almost empty hearts. I think I might be headed for an unhealthy adult, hehe!
Anyway, now my Tamagotchi Plus V1 reads 4G, and V3 and V2 read 2G!
Friday, March 21, 2008: Today was fun! This morning after waking up, Socks the MohiTamatchi and Andy the Kuribotchi changed into their teen stages. Socks became a Hikotchi, and Andy became an Itchigotchi. I was pleased to see another character from Osutchi and Mesutchi.
Bandai recycled so many of them!
Maria is still an Oniontchi and doing well. I have decided that once they both reach adult form, I am going to mate Maria and Andy. I haven't crossed a V1 with a V2 yet, so I want to do that. I have a feeling that Maria will be changing sometime tomorrow since she was sick tonight.
Tonight Socks went to bed with a poop by his bed. Whoops! Hopefully it wont affect him to badly. Other then that, everyone is content and sleeping. I wonder what tomorrow shall bring..
Monday, March 24, 2008: On Saturday Maria changed into her adult form. She became a Tarakotchi "Mr. Stinky Feet"
I love that little character so much. I know many that don't like him because his the so called unhealthy character, but that doesn't matter to me.
Today Andy and Socks both changed into adults. In fact they became the same adults! They became the character of Wooltchi. It looks like a lamb or something. They are kinda cute. I plan on mating Andy with Maria tomorrow sometime. I had to change the battery in my Tamagotchi Plus tonight, but that shouldn't cause any difficulties mating wise.
I haven't taken either of my V3 Tamas (Jack or Socks) to Tama-Town yet. I just haven't thought of it. I'm sure I'll do it at some point, though. I find it rather cool how Bandai adds a little something to each new Tama. What I look for in a new Tama is a new theme, new characters and game.
That's why I'm looking forward to beginning my Family Tamagotchi, but that wont be for a long time, since I have the other versions to work through, including the ones I already have going. That's the best thing about Tamas for me, that I have so much to look forward to in the way of new ones to play with! Hopefully Maria and Andy will mate tomorrow..
Tuesday, March 25, 2008: Today two new babies were born! Maria and Andy had two baby girls.
I had been connecting the two of them all day, and for a while I didn't think they would be compatible. I didn't know why, since the last time I connected a boy and girl, it took no time to mate them. Finally at around 8pm they made fireworks, so I was relieved.
I shall be letting the matchmaker bring a Tama for Socks. I'd say he will show up in the next day or two. I'll take whatever I'm offered from her, hehe. Mrs. Busybody must be so busy bringing mates to Tamas.
Thursday, March 27, 2008: This morning I awoke to see that Maria and Andy had left their children in my care. I ended up waiting until later this morning to name and raise them. On my Tamagotchi Plus, I named my Shirobabitchi Keako. And on my V2 I named my Shiropuchitchi Cleo. Both are girls, so hopefully my V3 will have a boy when the matchmaker comes!
It is now 1:46pm, and 10 minutes ago both Cleo and Keako changed into Marutchi. They're so cute!
They're just bobbing along now. As for Socks, he has yet to have a visit from the matchmaker (as far as I can see). Hopefully that will be in the next day or so.
Hehe, I'm reading through Tamagotchi Logs online at the moment, and I just looked down to see Cleo rolling back and forth on the screen. I love it when Marutchi does that! He has done that quite a few times this afternoon.
While I was out and about this afternoon, I took out Socks to see that the matchmaker was there. I accepted and she brought him a little Debatchi.
They had a baby boy together, a Teletchi, just as I had hoped.
At around 3pm Keako and Cleo called for discipline, so I gave them both a timeout. Then a little after 7pm tonight I heard them both beep, and found them crying on the screen. I gave them praise and then they were fine. The training meter now has three bars on it.
Tonight all of my Tamas, including Mimitchi and Ginjirotchi of course, have been watching me type away at the computer. It feels like I've been at the computer non stop today with no breaks. That's why I finally decided that I needed a walk outdoors, so I took all my Tamas and got my dog Martin on her leash, and away we went. Martin didn't last long, I think his feet got cold. It was good to have some fresh air though.
My little Marutchi's fell asleep at 8pm, and an hour later at 9pm, my little Wooltchi, Socks fell asleep as well.
Sunday, March 30, 2008: On Saturday Keako and Cleo both became teens. Keako became a Hinotamatchi, which surprised me because I thought I gave him pretty good care. Cleo became a Nikatchi. Based on care, I don't know where this character falls, but she is very cute.
Yesterday I woke up to see that Socks had left his little baby boy in my care. I waited until around the end of the morning to name and raise him. His name is Ben! And by the time he had finished his one hour of demand, he became a Mizutamatchi. I love that little guy!
I think I may have blown any chances at getting good adults on these guys though. I overslept this morning, and I found poor Ben with almost empty hearts. Hopefully I can make up for it!
Monday, March 31, 2008: I never got back to update yesterdays entry to say that Ben became a teen. He changed into one of the teens from Osutchi & Mesutchi, Piroriritchi. It looks like a tree with arms or something, hehe.
Today I was expecting Keako and Cleo to become adults, and they did at noontime. Keako changed into a Mametchi (a huge surprise might I add since she was a Hinotamatchi) and Cleo became a Korotchi. They are both very cute, and Mametchi has always been a nice character to have.
I plan on mating Keako with Ben when he grows up. I have yet to mate a V1 and V3 yet. Ben should change in the next day or two, so I am connecting them every now and again to work up their friendship.
It's 7:47pm and Keako the Mametchi is already brushing her teeth! I can't remember what time Mametchi goes to bed on Connection.. And Ben is taking a bath!
I want to note that I wont be pausing once starting school again tomorrow. I've had enough experience with my Tama Connections now, that I'm comfortable enough to have them running all the time. It took a while, since I had really been missing running my 1990s Tamagotchi, with the exception of Mimitchi and Ginjirotchi of course. But I knew I had to be open to new versions. Now.. I love them just as much as my 90s Tamas.
Anyyways, this is the last log of March, and tomorrow begins the month of April! Time flies when you have Tamas!