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  • ATP’s Baby Book Alecia Seliga
  • ATP’S First Day
    • When ATP was born he weighed 507.184 mols.
    • He was named after his biological father, Adenosine Triphosphate.
    • He is such a hyper energetic baby boy
    • You need to know so many “elements” of your baby before you become a pro at taking care of them
    • Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Phosphate are necessary in order to take care of our new baby ATP.
    • ATP was born with a phosphate group, which is a “functional” condition, which adds to his hyperactive nature.
    • ATP’s family’s surname was Nucleotide, and he still has his biological mother, Adenosine and her 3 sisters, who are ATP’s aunts, the Phosphates, and his Grandfather, Mr. Sugar Ribose, his father’s dad. We keep in contact with them for ATP.
    • Nucleotide family crest
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    • The 3 Phosphate aunts are so full of ‘energy’ , and when they leave, ATP becomes restless and ‘releases’ his pent up ‘energy’ by crying
    • Mr. Sugar Ribose has a good ‘metabolism’ and so does ATP
    • And his mother ‘transfers’ so much joy, and ‘energy’
    • ATP ‘transfers’ so much ‘energy’ into our new little family.
    • He brings us such joy and we ‘store’ all our strength into taking care of him.
  • Why I Would Make a Great Parent
    • I think I would make a great parent to ATP because he gives me energy and I need him to function everyday. We both depend on each other.