It's a scientific fact that several hours of deep, uninterrupted sleep are necessary for kids to maximize their growth. The younger they are, the more true that is. No one knows that more than Vanilla the Rabbit, a single mother looking out for her darling daughter whom she loves with all her heart. She wanted nothing more than for her sweet Cream to grow up big and strong...and since the day she was born, Cream was given everything she needed to grow up as big as she could possibly become. After all, what mother would do less for her child?
From birth, Cream's sleep schedule was carefully monitored by her mother. She would be given a dark, quiet place so lights and sounds wouldn't disrupt her sleep. She was kept warm and comfortable, and always went to bed with a satisfied stomach so hunger wouldn't make things difficult. Vanilla was rewarded for her efforts, as Cream grew far beyond "normal" projections.
As a baby, Cream grew exponentially. It seemed that she would outgrow onesies overnight, and shopping for clothes and larger diapers seemed to be a weekly experience for Vanilla. But she didn't mind at all, it just meant she was being a terrific mother. By the time she was 3 years old, Cream was already up to her mother's chest in height, much to both of their delight. Cream was happy to be the biggest of all the other kids her age, and Vanilla was proud to be her mom.
Now 6 years old, Cream was taller than her own mother, and was by far the happiest and most well cared for child on the planet. She never got a chance to outgrow her beds, Vanilla would make sure she had plenty of room to stretch out. After all, her sleep would be disrupted if that happened...and little girls need sleep to grow.
This whole series here was done a while back. Now I'm bringing the whole thing out as it was always intended to be.
, sonic the hedgehog
, size difference
, cream the rabbit
, vanilla the rabbit
, macro micro
, cheese the chao
, growth spurt
, big kid
2 years, 2 months ago
16 Nov 2020 16:01 CET
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