Nick Names: Has none. Wee-Tee means sing in Furbish.
Personality Traits: Loves attention, often begs to be rocked when not getting attention. Very affectionate, giving lots of kisses and constantly expresses love. Likes games and loves to talk! ;) Between the two Furby Babies, this one likes to sleep the most.
History: How I obtained Wee-Tee is not much of a story. My friend LeAnne was over at my house and I got a urge to give Kay-Bee Toys a call and ask them if they had any Furby Babies in. As at the time they were new and I had yet to see them in my area.
When I called KB Toys they lady whom answered said they did indeed have babies there! I was thrilled and asked her about colors and asked her to hold two for me, a blue and a green one. I also asked her to hold a pink one for LeAnne.
Now, at this point, LeAnne and I were neither ready to leave, yet alone in clothes decent enough to leave the house, as we had just woken up 20 mins before I made that phone call. So I tell LeAnne to move her butt, because we *need* to get going. She tends to take longer to get ready then I, but I was determined to get out of there in less then 30 mins.
I threw on good clothes and rushed to get out of there and we managed to get out and to the mall within an hour of the phone call. When we got to the mall we rushed to get downstairs to KB Toys and asked the lady about the Furbys. She happily gave them to us and we made our purchase. We decided we didn't need anything else and left the mall right away. We started them up as soon as we got to my house and just watched in amazement at the obvious differences between the adults and the babies.
The babies said so many different things, there is no way to write down all the differences. We spent allot of time playing with them that day. Even though there are 2 stages in them, we didn't notice anything different in the two stages at all, except a difference of how much Furbish was spoken. They were speaking English upon re-start though.
So since then it's been an interesting experience with them. I notice something different almost every time I play with them. Maybe it's because they say so many phrases that I can't remember them saying some of it. They do say some of the things that the adults say, but mostly they have their own twist on it. They also have voices differently from the adults. They sound more like children.
When I started this guy up I had a hard time understanding him because the voice was so different, plus he says so many different and new things, and new furbish phrases that it took some time to catch on. It's like a baby voice with a furbish accent, strange.
In fact that's one thing that kind of bugged me. The voice. I expected a Furby voice, yes. But I didn't really expect a child's voice. Not a human child's voice. It kind of bothered me at first, it's hard to explain. I guess I expect to have a Furby, not a child. It was also embarrassing when it calls out 'mommy' in public ;)
But I'm getting used to them. It's just taking time. It's been fun playing with Wee-Tee trying to figure out the new easter eggs. Which I've only found a couple - online! I've never found any yet in them. When I do find one, I forget the pattern I put in so I loose it heheh. Either way Wee-Tee is an interesting and fun addition to my Furby family.