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The Little Devils Care Center is a full-service facility specializing in providing various levels of supervision, control, love, and punishment to adults who desperately need it.
There are three different care communities: infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. The entire residential facility can house up to eighteen residents at a time, though, due to promotions and demotions within the system, the number of residents in each community varies.
Where each child (as they will be called once admitted) begins is completely up to the individual who forces them to enter. Typically, residents are guilty of being unfaithful to their spouses, and thus, at their partners rage, admitted at the infant level.
Each level (infant, toddler, preschool) holds a different set of punishments, privileges, rules, and guidelines which the child must obey in order to successfully graduate from the facility.
Promotions and demotions: If a child shows significant progress, understanding, humility, and obedience, they may be promoted to the next level. However, if a child is disobedient at this new level after a certain amount of punishments, they can swiftly be demoted back down to toddler and, ultimately, to infant. If a child is continuously disobedient at the infant level, new forms of punishment can be used (as discussed in the Punishments section).
Facilities: The grounds consists of four buildings: one for the infant level, one for the toddler, one for the preschool, and one with the cafeteria and playground. Descriptions below: Infant: The infant building consists of three rooms--bedroom and bathroom for the caretakers, and the nursery for the children. Inside the nursery are large wooden cribs lining the wall, a small selection of toys, a large round table with highchairs surrounding, and a few full-size changing tables (with accompanying baskets of diapers, creams, etc.
The carpet is a plush dark blue, the walls white with a playful border of jungle scenes.
Toddler: The toddler building nursery has plush brown carpeting, full-size white cribs along the walls, a number of bookshelves, along with large white changing tables.
The toy selection, which is quite impressive, includes train sets that extend throughout the room, a kitchen set, a child's tool bench, and several toy boxes full of fun! Preschool: The preschool nursery consists of strong white cribs which can be converted into child beds with enough good behavior. There is one changing table, for the occasional (regretful) accident, along with diaper changing supplies that are stored within. The preschoolers are lucky to have an extensive selection of toys to choose from, the most of any of the facilities, as well as a television that they will use at their caregivers' discretion. The carpet here is cream colored, and the walls are decorated with a beautiful collection of classic child paintings. The preschool building has an attached room--a child's bathroom.
Cafeteria: The cafeteria building sits between the preschool and toddler buildings, as it is mainly used by both. The cafeteria room is small and intimate, with a small kitchen attached. There are four tables, two with highchairs, for the toddlers, and two with bench seating, for the preschoolers. It is a bright space with many windows and a fish tank against the wall. An indoor play facility, to be used by all levels but for varying amounts of time, is attached to the cafeteria room.
Food and eating: Infants are restricted to mashed fruits and vegetables with milk or water to drink. Infants and toddlers are served finger foods, including chicken nuggets, fries, chips, applesauce, cut up hamburger, etc. They are given milk, water, or juice to drink.
Infants and toddlers must eat within a highchair. Each child, no matter what their level, must eat all of the food which they are given.
Clothing: Infants: Infants are restricted to onesies during the day and sleepers at night.
Toddlers: Toddlers wear onesies, shortalls, fleece pants, rompers, and sleepers.
Preschoolers: Preschoolers are able to wear jeans and babyish t-shirts, as approved by their caretakers.
Staff: There is one staff member to any two children, no matter what their level. The staff consists of women of at least twenty-five years of age, to wear classic, conservative nursing outfits such as the following: http://www.kaboodle.com/hi/img/b/0/0/70/0/AAAAC7SZLWgAAAAAAHAFRg.jpg http://img2.allposters.com/images/FIP/NP-00390-D.jpg Napping and bedtime: Infants and toddlers: Infants and toddlers will be awoken at 6am and put to sleep by 7 o'clock and 7:30, respectively. Both infants and toddlers are required to take two naps per day, one from 9:30am to 11am, and from 1:30pm to 3:30pm. Caretakers will attempt to calm each child into sleep, but without success will simply put them down and expect them to obey. Any fussing, whining, or otherwise disruptive behavior will result in punishment.
Preschoolers: Preschoolers are awoken at 7am, and put to bed at 8pm. Their bedtimes/wake-up times are less strict and more likely to vary than those of the other groups. Their naptime, though, will always be from 1:30 to 3:30pm. As with the infants and toddlers, any disruptive behavior will lead to punishment.
No diapers will be changed at night, no matter what level the child is at.
Diaper changes: Infants: Infants' diapers are checked and, if needed, changed, once every three and a half hours. Any fussing, crying, whining, etc., will result in punishment or prolonged periods with no diaper changes.
Toddlers: Toddlers will have their diapers checked every two hours.
Preschoolers: Preschoolers will wear pull-ups instead of diapers, and will have the option of asking their caretakers for a bathroom trip (except for during sleep time).
Punishments: There are a wide range of punishments that will be acted out in accordance to the offense of the child. Preschoolers, for instance, may be forced into the clothing of a less advanced level, specifically onesies and shortalls. They may have privileges, such as toys and television, removed from them. If they soil their pull-ups, they will be forced to wear diapers for the rest of the day, even if this occurs at night. If they do not eat all of their food as they are told, they will be given only mashed baby food for the remainder of that day and the entirety of the next. If they refuse to do anything that there caretaker orders that they must do, they will be back into diapers for the rest of the day. At a last resort, if their behavior is especially poor, they will be taken on a walk to a public place with one caregiver holding each hand while the child is in not only baby clothes, but an extra thick diaper as well. If, after this punishment, the child continues to disobey, they will be demoted to toddler level.
For their misbehavior, toddlers may be subjected to any number of punishments.
They also may be forced to eat mashed food instead of being given finger foods. If they whine during their naptime or bedtime, they will be placed in baby pants (plastic pants) for the remainder of the day. If behaving especially poorly, they also may be taken out in public, perhaps with a paci attached to their clothing.
Infants are the most difficult and the most punished, as they cannot be demoted.
Plastic pants are used often, as are the extra-thick diapers. They may be forced to remain in their soiled/poopy diaper for hours on end with no attention being paid to them. If they are increasingly disobedient, their loved one (typically their spouse) will be brought in to view them in their diaper and plastic pants, and, if they agree, will change the child themselves to further punish the child. The threat of their admittance papers "accidentally" being faxed to their place of work is occasionally used and, only a handful of times on record, carried through with. Laxatives may be ground into their food before bedtime if they cannot obey their caretakers. Public appearances with pacifiers and diaper bags are a common occurrence for unruly infants. Occasionally a child will be spanked publicly if their offense is great, or if they cannot behave themselves when away from the facility.
The punishments are ultimately decided by the caretakers and, occasionally, the facility owner, and will be administered at their discretion.
Graduation: The length of time a child spends within the facility is completely dependant on how they progress. One can graduate in, at absolute minimum, two weeks, and stay for upwards of a year. All fees will be paid through the resident's bank account, and not the offended spouse. Once the resident has completed each stage and satisfied their caretakers, their spouse is brought in to personally decide whether or not it is time for the child to go home. If they are in any way dissatisfied with the child's progression, obedience, or humility, they will consult with the caretakers to determine the appropriate course of action. Typically, the child will be demoted to the toddler level for another month to further test them and, occasionally, they will restart the program at the infant level.
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