If you mean how can you get pregnant in Second Life, you can simply edit your avatar's shape in world to look pregnant. You can then wait 9 months, and go purchase a prim baby as though you had the baby.
If you mean how can you actually create a baby, you could do this using the in-world build tools, you could do this by using sculpties, or you could do this by using mesh.
Having a baby within Second Life usually involves the purchase of a pregnancy HUD
and maternity plan. At the end of the pregnancy the baby is delivered in the form of a scripted prim baby, designed to emulate a real life baby.
It is also possible to adopt an avatar baby, this is usually done through one of the many Second Life adoption agencies.
Have both of your sims "Relax" in the bed together, then have one sims "Try for baby" with the other sim.
Then, within a day or two, the woman will hopefully become pregnant.
Hope this helped. :)
There are two main ways in which to have kids in Second Life.
1. Prim babies - these can be bought complete with scripts and are basically an object that is built to resemble a baby and is scripted to make baby responses. For this choice the female avatar usually also purchases a HUD (heads up display) to simulate a pregnancy. At the end of the pregnancy (term length is optional, few Second Life residents choose a full nine month pregnancy) the prim baby is rezzed.
2. Adoption - this is now very popular in Second Life and is classed as a family related role play situation. Second Life residents shape their avatars to have a child like appearence and conduct themselves as if they where children. These children can then be adopted by a second life family.
by having a boatload of sexual intercourse
Second life is more for teens and adults
Yes it is called second life kid but I think it is boring because it looks like for babies
No you have to be 18+
Yes, there are numerous websites that are somewhat similar to Second Life but are good for Kids and Preteens. Check out the related links below for some examples.
In my opinion yes it is if they are with a parent.
Potentially yes, kids could get into trouble for joining Second Life. The minimum age restriction for full access to the main Second Life grid is 18. This is due to the mature, adult content found in some areas.
Kids aged 13-17 can play Teen Second Life (teen.secondlife.com). Other Recommendations: habbo hotel, meez.com, weeworld.com, and kewlchat.com
By visiting one of the many adoption businesses in Second Life. If you pull up search in Second Life and search for adoption, you will find many places to do this.
No, many Second Life areas have an adult and mature theme. Residents must be 18 years or over.
No, children between the ages of 10 - 12 cannot play Second Life
find someone else that wants kids buy a kit with 'em then make love with them