Now that Jeremy’s made some progress in his love life, it’s time to give Jesse his turn. I have him invite over the cute DJ from a couple chapters back, and she shows up to the house all flirty. There’s some kind of hidden romance enhancer near this door, I swear. The ladies are always so hot and bothered when they get here. Continue reading
Jesse really starts showing me he’s not into the Public Enemy lifestyle when he rolls a whim to apologize to his cousin, Nylah, after picking a fight with her back at their costume party. Continue reading
Growing up, I’d always dreamed of having a big family. My sister and I were really close, despite our age difference, and I guess I wanted to be able to recreate that kind of close sibling bond between my own children. I expected them to grow together and learn together and build off each other’s strengths. All that sappy parent-y stuff. Of course, there’d be some bickering, probably more than I’d like, but that’s just par for the course.
Somehow, it seems like I’m the one learning from them most of the time though. Continue reading
Ever since I directed Jeremy to earn some guitar skill so he could get promoted in the entertainer career, he enjoys playing the guitar autonomously. By the look on his face, he’s not too confident in his ability yet, but with enough practice, he might become as good as his dad. Continue reading
Decided just to show y’all the pictures for this development instead of writing anything because I didn’t take enough screenshots back when Faeron was pregnant and didn’t think I’d be able to create an interesting narrative based on them. Plus, the chapter basically would have been: “The baby was born. Yay!” XD Anyway, this kid here is Teo (and he has purple skin ❤ ❤ ).
My apologies to PeachyKeen for having a name so similar to one of her kids, Theo. I played this part of my game soooo long ago, so it was before Theo showed up in her story. (Yes, that long ago.)
A few weeks had passed since Sawyer had moved back into the house, and Faeron’s pregnancy was proceeding smoothly. Whereas during her first two pregnancies, the strain in her marriage enhanced her discomfort, this time, she spent most of her days smiling, in spite of the morning sickness or aching muscles. This was a pregnancy and a baby she did not dread experiencing, which allowed for her to relax or indulge when the time called for it.
“Thanks for the ride, Mom,” the young friend of Liam’s said to the woman seated inside the car next to her. Alvetta waved and watched as her mom drove away from the lot, then turned to face her friends. “Huh? Where’d Richter go?” she asked upon seeing he wasn’t with the group.
“He went to grab that book he was talking about last night,” Reese, the boy standing next to Liam, told her. “He really wants to show it to us.” [A/N: Liam met Reese at the playground way back when he first met Alvetta, in case you don’t remember.]
“It’s a really cool book!” Liam exclaimed. “There’s robots and explosions and all this science-stuff.” He waved his arms around to imitate all the excitement of the story.