ShiroBabytchi resembles a small, white ball with black eyes and mouth. In her updated 2004 artwork, she was given rosy cheeks and eyelashes.
She is a sweet little baby girl who needs a strong parent. A dependent baby that is needy and cries a lot. It becomes hungry quickly and especially loves strawberry shortcake. In about one hour it will transform into a rebellious stage.
On Virtual Pets
Tamagotchi (Generation 2)
ShiroBabytchi is the baby of the Tamagotchi Generation 2, born five minutes after the clock is set. It will evolve into Tonmarutchi 65 minutes later, spending one hour awake and five minutes asleep. ShiroBabytchi loses one Hungry heart every 3 minutes and one Happy heart every 4 minutes. ShiroBabytchi will poop 15 minutes after being born, get sick after 33 minutes, fall asleep after 40 minutes, and wake up and poop a second time after 45 minutes. ShiroBabytchi's weight will remain at 5, regardless of what it's fed. ShiroBabytchi will not die in this stage unless continuously fed snacks.
ShiroBabytchi is the female baby of this release. She will always evolve into Marutchi on the first generation, and can become Kinakomotchi from the second generation onward, if its birthparents had over 50% training.
In Video Games
ShiroBabytchi hatches from the plain white, spotted, star-patterned and gray eggs. It loves rice balls/bread and hates meat. After about six in-game hours, it will evolve into Marutchi if it has less than ten stress or Tonmarutchi with ten or more stress.
Sega Saturn de Hakken!! Tamagotchi Park
ShiroBabytchi is unlocked when an Oyajitchi lays a different egg than usual. It always evolves into Tonmarutchi.
Hoshi de Hakken!! Tamagotchi
ShiroBabytchi is the baby stage of Group F, only obtainable from hatching solid-color eggs produced by certain combinations of Group D adults. It always evolves into Tonmarutchi.
ShiroBabytchi hatches from eggs laid in grassland blocks, but not ones laid by adults in the P2 line. It evolves into Tonmarutchi regardless of stress.
Her name is a combination of Japanese and English: "shiro" meaning "white", and "baby".