Mesutchi Osutchi Blogs
Part 4

Monday, December 5, 2016: The parents left the Kakutchi on Friday night and they've been in my care since. Over the past two days I've taken perfect care of my blue/pink pair and horrible care of the white/yellow pair.

This morning I got to work and started a long, stressful day and the babies all grew into Currypantchi. I've continued my good care with the blue/pink Tams, and have just left the white/yellow pair to their own devices. I do worry that this could kill them, but it's all part of the process of seeing just how neglect can reverse the generations.

If I do manage to get different adults on the white/yellow pair, I will do another cross breed. If not I may just mate them with their respective shells and stop this horrible trend of neglect. I have a feeling that I will get Gen2 teens on them, and then different adults.... Maybe Gen1s? I hope so anyway...! I will be back in the coming days with updates!


Wednesday, December 7, 2016: Okay, I'm back! I got the same teenagers that I got in the last TMP2 generation, Pirolirotchi and Pirolintchi and I got them on both pairs even though I took awful care of one of the pairs.

So I am going to continue my awful care for one of the pairs and good care for the other, the blue/pink pair. I will update again in a couple of days. Not much to talk about. :)


Friday, December 9, 2016: I can't believe I am actually going to have to write this, but there is no use in prolonging it. This afternoon early, I was laying down. I've been sick all week with a cold and finally had to stay home today from work. I'm laying in bed, half asleep, when I hear a beeping.... One that I'm not used to hearing. It was Pirolirotchi on my white/blue Osutchi passing away. :( I couldn't believe what was happening. :( I had been taking awful care of my white/yellow pair for sometime now and this never happened. My Pirolintchi on my yellow Mesutchi did not depart, and I've been treating her not as bad since....

No less my poor Osu is gone now, and all that is left of him is a grave site and ghost (at night). When I scroll over with C button I can see his final stats which read 6 years, 20 units, TMP2,  generation 8. I am so sad that I won't get to do another cross breed. I am going to stick the tab back in this guy.....

I still have my blue/pink pair who I've been taking good care of, and of course my yellow Mesu whom I'm still neglecting but not as poorly. I keep going back and forth between wanting to restart that other Osutchi, but I think I will just leave it for now.... Hard to believe I had that Osutchi going for nearly 3 months now. Lots of good times together. I'm sorry I didn't treat you better little guy...


Saturday, December 10, 2016: Well I have all adult Tamas now. My blue Osutchi changed into Biruotchi and both Mesutchi's into Birukotchi. They are matching TMP2 adults.

I don't remember who changed first as I have been home in bed all day with this darn cold. But below is the image of Birukotchi.

After all three changed I decided I had a decision to make: which Mesutchi was going to mate with the lone Osutchi. I gave it some thought and then decided that my yellow w/hearts Mesutchi would be the mother of his children. I have put the pink Mesutchi on pause for a future mate. ;) Poor girl gotta wait a while before she gets any action. Ok that was kinda graphic, but anyways...

I took their tops off (again too graphic) and mated the blue Osu with the yellow Mesu. She gave birth to Gen3 babies. I don't think I will ever manage to get back to Gen1 again without restarting, but that is ok.  I am happy with Gen3 babies as they will grow into Kabutchi and Pipotchi whom I adore.

Not much else to report for today. The Tamas got to watch Good Will Hunting with me today, along with His Bosses Daughter... Great movies! I guess that is the only good part about having a cold is being able to watch Netflix all day long. :) Speaking of which, must go look for another movie or show....!


Tuesday, December 13, 2016: I was too discouraged to write last night after my unfortunate incident with my blue Osutchi, Biruotchi. I was out with Mom and Matt last night in Mom's car. The temperatures had gone below 0 and the winds were high. I don't know if that had anything to do with it, but somehow, some way my Osutchi reset on me. I took him out of my pocket while we were stopped at the Dollarama parking lot and there was the bouncing egg on the screen. I just went blank as I looked down at my Osutchi... I have never had one reset on me before. :(

So I sat there in the car and thought long and hard for a few minutes. I had already lost one Osu, my white/blue one on Friday due to neglect, and now I loose my other one. I decided to reset my Blue Osutchi and by the end of last night I had MohiTamatchi.

This morning when I got up for work I looked to my bedside table to see Birukotchi had left her baby girl. I will raise her with MohiTamatchi and mate them when they are of age.

MohiTamatchi PetitChocotchi

So I will mate a Gen1 Osu with a Gen3 Mesu when they grow up which I have never done before. I will be interested to see what babies they produce. :) Always a mystery with Mesu and Osu.

I went back to work today after being off since Friday and I must say it was a good day. Tonight I did some shoveling and left my Tamas inside while I did that. We had a small snow storm today. Tomorrow I will bring them with me to do some Christmas shopping with my Mom and Aunt Eileen. :)


Thursday, December 15, 2016: Since my last entry, which was only two days ago, much has happened. First off yesterday morning after I was working at my desk my Mesutchi woke up and changed into Mizutamatchi, the child character of Gen3. I am quite happy to have this little sweetie again. :)

Then this morning work was delayed opening due to stormy weather. I got into the office around 9:45 and Mesu and Osu were already awake for 45 minutes. I checked on them when I got settled and logged on to see that MohiTamatchi was sick. After two doses of medicine he was fine again and then changed into a character I love and adore, Obotchi. :)

Anyone who knows me well will know that I really love Obotchi and Ojotchi. They are my absolute favorite kodomotchi teen characters and I wish they stuck around longer. It is great to have this little guy back again. He is doing very well and has 75% discipline.

All my Tamas got to watch Lampoons Christmas Vacation with me this evening and then my friend Sharee came to visit. Great evening at home!


Sunday, December 18, 2016: It's been a busy weekend but a rather good weekend at the same time. I was away from my computer for most all of the last 3 days except for late last night when I watched Christmas Vacation in bed for the second time. Probably gonna end up watching that one again as it is my favorite. :)

Now to tell you about my little Mesu and Osu! On Friday morning mesu changed into her teen stage to become a Batabatchi. I took good care of her so I knew I would get her.

All the while I took perfect care of my Osu whom was an Obotchi up until this evening. I left his discipline at 75% and got the adult of Kiwitchi! His counterpart is Kikotchi whom I had back in early October. I am very glad to have gotten this adult. :) He is really cute!!! I know I said in a previous entry that I got all the characters on Mesu and Osu, but I haven't. There are quite a few from Gen1 that I have not yet gotten, and Kiwitchi was one of them. Here is his animation that I made.

Once Mesu grows up into Pipotchi I will mate her with my Kiwitchi. It will be a surprise as to what Babitchi I get, but my guess is it will either be Gen2 or Gen4 babies. I really have no idea! Gotta love the element of surprise from Bandai. :)


Tuesday, December 20, 2016: Yesterday while at work my Mesutchi evolved into her adult form, Pipotchi. I was delighted to see that little smiling face again. :)

My Osutchi was ready to mate yesterday since he changed on Sunday, but I had to wait until today before they were both ready. I mated them on my lunch hour while over at Matt's place and they now have Gen2 Kakutchi's! I was pleasantly surprised to see these guys again! It's always a mystery as to which Babitchi I get. :)


Tuesday, December 27, 2016: It has been an entire week since I updated these blogs. I've been busy and had no time to be around my computer until today. You can catch up on what I've been doing over on the Tama blog I posted today.

I've been too busy to be around my computer, but not too busy to care for my Tamas. Mesu and Osu were around for everything that I've been doing this past week and now they are adults. I got Biruotchi and Birukotchi again and I mated them today. Birukotchi gave birth to PetitChocotchi and they have been living a lovely life.

I decided that I am going to take good care of the Babitchi when the parents leave. No more neglecting of these precious little Tamas. I have gotten a variety of wonderful characters since I hatched them in September and now I will just run them until I no longer feel like mating them. I know I will get Kabutchi and Pipotchi in the next generation and I have thought about maybe just letting them live out their lives parent free and enjoy their old age... Then I will be complete with my journey of Mesutchi and Osutchi for a while. :)


Thursday, January 5, 2017: My gosh it has been a long time since I updated this blog! This is definitely the longest I have ever gone for sure. Much has changed since the last time I wrote and I am with Gen3 adults now. I got Kabutchi and Pipotchi back two days ago while I was working. They are my favorite characters of all the Mesu and Osu adults. :)

As of now they are ready to procreate, but I have decided against it. I have had a great run with Mesu and Osu and I am just going to enjoy my sweet adults and let them live their lives out without children. I would only get stuck in that Gen4 cycle if I mated them, and I am in no mood to neglect these Tamas anymore.  It's just too hard to inflict such bad care on my Tamas when my instinct is to play with them and take good care of them. I will be taking the best care possible of these little ones and then my journey will be complete - for now that is. ;) I will definitely want to run Mesu & Osu again someday.

I also have a paused Birukotchi on my Pink Mesutchi which I plan to unpause over the weekend. I'll let her live her days out the same as the other two. :) They can enjoy their old age and not have to worry about a bunch of youngsters. ;)


Monday, January 9, 2017: I am sad to be writing here today to say the least. Today I lost my sweet Kabutchi at the young age of 12.  I had an extremely busy work day today as I was training new people at the office, and I thought that Mesu and Osu would be okay left to their own devices. Well that was true for my two Mesutchi, Pipotchi and Birukotchi, but not poor Kabutchi.

Shortly after 12pm I left the office to go to an appointment and I filled up everyone's hunger and happy hearts. They had all only gone down to three empty each so I figured no big deal. When I got back from my appointment and was heading into the office I figured I would check on them again. My blue Osutchi was the first Tama that I pulled out of my bag, only to find a death screen instead of my sweet Kabutchi. I fumbled through my bag to see if the others had followed suit, but they did not. I paused my two Mesutchi for the rest of the afternoon in fear that they would die without my knowing.

Either way, this is really the end of the continued generations with Mesutchi & Osutchi now. I only have two females now, but I am sure they will live a happy life without any men in it. ;) I have put the tab back in my Osutchi.

I am sure I will be back with more updates when my two girls pass away on me, but for now they are alive and well. Not at all demanding and a pleasure to care for. :)


Friday, January 13, 2017: Today marked another death in my journey with Mesu and Osu. The Tama in question was none other than Pipotchi on my yellow/pink Mesutchi. She passed away while I was working at the age of 16. She hadn't been needy or anything and I was surprised when she left.  But I guess she was 16 after all.  Either way this just leaves me now with a Birukotchi on my pink Mesu, and she too will soon leave....


Sunday, January 22, 2017: Birukotchi is still going strong! She was sick the other day but is still just as easy to care for.  It feels strange to be no longer updating this blogs since for a while I was updating them every day. I am busy updating the Devilgotchi and Yasashii Tamagotch pages now. :) But Mesu and Osu will always hold a special place in my heart.  I am giving Birukotchi the best care I can while she is still here with me.  She has been getting to watch tons of episodes of Weeds with the other Tamas.  It's just been a lazy kinda weekend.  And of course they are always with me when I am here updating the web pages. :)


Thursday, January 26, 2017: The moment of departure finally came early this afternoon with my dear Birukotchi. I was laying down in bed and almost dozed off when I could hear beeping.... It was Mesutchi standing there all sad. She beeped some soft beeps and for the first time I saw a Mesu/Osu Tama lay me an egg. And just like that she was gone. This is officially the end of this journey with Mesu and Osu, but it won't be my last. No not at all.  I love these Tamagotchi and there are a few characters in Gen1 that I didn't get so I will definitely be hatching them again someday. For now I shall make this be my final post in this section, until next time when I start up these little darlings again. Farewell my dear Birukotchi, you will be missed greatly by myself and my other Tamas. I love you!

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