Milo eating breakfast. I pause him at night, because I wake up later than him and I want to maintain the perfect care, to see if I'll end up with a perfect-care character. Which means that he's still only 1 year old. He just evolved into an UFOtchi, but that was after I transferred the pictures to my laptop, so now I'm lazy to take another photo.
Here you see him helping me with my thesis.
He's usually just rolling or floating around happily, but he also called me some times with no reason, or being moody, so I had to discipline or praise him. The discipline bar is a bit above the middle, which I think is pretty good for now. Every time I have to press "time out" he also loses a happy heart and I have to feed him a sweet to make up for the scolding.
I also couldn't resist starting up my P2 again, as well. There's a certain charm to the simple tiny shell and huge sprites, as well as the challenge of keeping the cute alien thingy alive for as long as possible. I like the character variety of the V2 and the different annimations but for some reason I keep coming back to the originals. So let me introduce you Maud (named after a lady who wrote another paper I was reading - I think I'm just gonna name my tamas after real or fictional archaeologists, for the time being ). I don't pause her at night cause I don't go for any particular character, so she's already two years old. She got sick unexpectedly today and I had to give her two shots. Otherwise, she's been a happy little onion and she's expected to grow a pair of feet by tomorrow - or maybe turn into a cute duck if I end up neglecting her a bit - we'll see.