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Smiths Part Nine: The Next Generation is (Finally) Here!

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Another one where the title says everything...

Eliza brings Mark over to her parents' house. Things go well.


Eliza shows off her violin skill. Mark is impressed.


Mark and Eliza go on a date to the Humor and Hijinks Festival in San Myshuno.


Luckily they had chaperones!


With the Humor and Hijinks Festival, there is a competition between "Jokesters" and "Pranksters". Mark and Eliza joined the Jokesters. (Incidentally, both Nicole and Edward became Pranksters).


It's separate beds... for now. (The jug thing in the background is the reward for a Gold level date).


Still in the "getting to know you" phase.


It's official! They're in a courtship!


Well, THAT escalated quickly...!




Mark and Eliza didn't want to waste any time! This is at Myshuno Meadows in San Myshuno. (I did set Eliza's dress to be white, but I guess the game generated a random outfit when they travelled to the venue).


THE FIRST KISS! I even got a notification saying that they were sharing their very first kiss :pb_lol::pb_lol::pb_lol:


Eliza entertains the guests. You'll notice that even though Emily wears pants now, she still wears a modest formal dress.




Congrats, Eliza!


"We're going to have a baby!"


"Hey Grandma!"
"Huh? OH!"


Lunch date at new restaurant in town, Chez Llama. It serves "experimental" food dishes, such as Volcano Pasta and Free Range Sixam Pit Beast (me neither).


Never forget your Bible journal.


Eliza elects to have a hospital birth. For some reason, you have your baby in this weird contraption.


It's a BOY! Welcome to the world, Adam Pearson!



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