Hi all! I'm sure I am repeat asking a question and I promise I will do some more research but I am on a bit of a time crunch with a crazy 4 year old running rampant. My husband and I were really into tanking pre-kid. Mostly saltwater/corals. When I got pregnant and we decided to move we sold most of our tanks, precious corals and fish. We kept only our 55 gallon freshwater tank because we have had it for so many years and it requires minimal maintenance. We don't add fish, we don't change anything, we just do water changes and feed the existing (old) fish. My kiddo turned 4 this week and wants mice. I had told him previously that he could start with a fish and if he takes really good care of it for a year he could have mice. I subtly suggested a betta and he agreed this was a good idea. I thought I would read about them as I haven't ever kept one and know there is a bunch of myths surrounding their optimal care. So... it looks like I would still need a heater, filter etc. Seems like it would be just as easy to get a small tank of neon tetras for him (what he originally wanted while we were hanging out at the store- but I don't really want a 20 gallon tank hanging out in the kitchen). Anyhow, those of you who have done small tanks for your kiddos what did you do? Those who have bettas ...what specific tank/set up do you recommend. Link to amazon or somewhere would be phenomenal. Thank you!!!