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Episode Five: Welcome Baby!

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At about 2 in the morning, Mary-Anne woke up to use the restroom, and what do you know? She went into labor!


She woke up her hubby, who after a brief moment of panic, found peace through the Lord, and promptly went to play video games. He ultimately broke the computer in doing so. #besthubbyever


After some prompting in his heart from me The Lord, Mark gave his laboring wife a relaxing massage.


Luckily, things went quickly, and at 5:39 AM, Matthew O'Hurley entered the world!



After nursing the little one, an exhausted Mary-Anne went back to bed, and Mark took over the babysitting parenting duties.


Such precious moments with a new father and his firstborn son! #bestpapaever Oh, he also took out the trash, so #besthubbyever, I guess.


Having slept most of the day, Mary-Anne woke up at about 10 PM in a pretty good mood, so,  hey hey hey!


And I think I'll leave it at that for now. ;) Until next time!

- Mark, Mary-Anne, Matthew, & Baby

P.S., At least she can hide the bump behind the baby. For now. :P 


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Uh...that nursery you made might need to get a whole lot bigger! :)

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Lol! @neurogirl I got rid of the giant teddy bear so there is room for one more toddler bed now. Also I can just move babies into the master bedroom. I want to build them their own TTH from scratch, but I haven't found a layout that I like yet.

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Pregnant again already? This does not bode well for sanity at the O’Hurley’s! Hopefully #besthubbyever will keep up with the nappy changing! #notjustwimminzwerk

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Too bad the Sims limits the household to 8 members.

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On 07/03/2018 at 5:45 PM, JillRodsEyeliner said:

Too bad the Sims limits the household to 8 members.

With mods you can get more. e.g. for Sims 4 there is MC Command Centre.  Sims 3 there is Potrait Panel, Mover, and Woohooer.  For Sims 2 I'm not sure as it has been a number of years since I played...

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I'm have both the Sims 3 and Sims 4. I mostly play Sims 3.

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