Plastic Baby Boom

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Plastic Baby Boom

Today, small plastic babies hang on the walls and perch on top of bookshelves as part of a prank that seniors began. “Someone purchased 500 babies on Amazon and they decided to wake up early this morning and hide them in the school. When people find them, they name them, and rehide them at the end of the day. I left class to find babies because I’m really competitive, and I have six right now,” senior Nina Shack said. The students hide the mini babies in random places around the school as they participate in this novelty game.

Today, small plastic babies hang on the walls and perch on top of bookshelves as part of a prank that seniors began. “Someone purchased 500 babies on Amazon and they decided to wake up early this morning and hide them in the school. When people find them, they name them, and rehide them at the end of the day. I left class to find babies because I’m really competitive, and I have six right now,” senior Nina Shack said. The students hide the mini babies in random places around the school as they participate in this novelty game.

Jessica Joachim

Today, small plastic babies hang on the walls and perch on top of bookshelves as part of a prank that seniors began. “Someone purchased 500 babies on Amazon and they decided to wake up early this morning and hide them in the school. When people find them, they name them, and rehide them at the end of the day. I left class to find babies because I’m really competitive, and I have six right now,” senior Nina Shack said. The students hide the mini babies in random places around the school as they participate in this novelty game.

Jessica Joachim

Jessica Joachim

Today, small plastic babies hang on the walls and perch on top of bookshelves as part of a prank that seniors began. “Someone purchased 500 babies on Amazon and they decided to wake up early this morning and hide them in the school. When people find them, they name them, and rehide them at the end of the day. I left class to find babies because I’m really competitive, and I have six right now,” senior Nina Shack said. The students hide the mini babies in random places around the school as they participate in this novelty game.

Jessica Joachim, Reporter, Photographer

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