Steven was one of SuNu Company’s best engineer. He was constantly putting in extra hour, and making advances. One of Steven’s closest friends, June, had recently had a baby, Concetta. Unfortunately, she died in childbirth. The father had passed away of a few month prior, of unknown causes. Steven, as the godfather, took in the child. Steven was single at the time, and was very absorbed in his work. He had little time for raising a child, so he hired a nanny to look after little Concetta. However, Steven knew June had a strong belief in having a parent home with the children rather than a sitter. Steven wished he could work and be home with the child. Then it hit him, if he created a robot with his voice to care for her he would be with her in someway. So in 1951, after the Concetta’s first birthday Steven went to work on nanybot. He used mainly scrap metal and spare parts that the company was throwing out. During this process, the bot began to look like a bunch of patches of different metal and he was clothed in old patched clothing, and was renamed patches. After the initial bot was built Steven, with the aid of one of his programer friends, programed the bot to think, a breakthrough made long before them. They also programmed it to respond to children, and sing to calm them, and of course they gave him a very similar voice to Steven’s. They finally finished all this in 1960. However, there was a series of problems discovered in testing that deemed the bot “unsafe”. Steven spent the next eight years working out the kinks, but by the time he finished, in 1968, Concetta was graduating and in no need of a nanny. So, he locked patches away in a SuNu Co. warehouse, presumably never to be seen again. Yet, 22 years latter he was found by a SuNu Co. employe, who began to freak out. The employe was calmed almost immediately by the bot’s singing. After that patches was assigned to work as a singer and entertainer for the company. Now he get to see the world, singing and making children happy.
((please excuse the grammatical errors))