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Another Guest Post: The Bachmanns

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The Bachmanns have their own save game (i.e. not the same one as the Smiths). I also put them on Long lifespan, for the lolz. They live in Newcrest, which ships as a blank hood. I created a restaurant, library and gym. Currently, they're the only household, aside from neighbours the Hensleys. The parents are Sarah and Matthias and the kids are Emma and Daniel. There's nothing really in-game to suggest this, but I wanted them to have a German-sounding name, so I've chosen names that work in both English and German (many names currently popular in Germany are names like Mia, Sophia, Emma, Ben, Finn, Noah rather than what one might think of as sooper-German like Friedrich or (idk) Annaliese or something).

Sarah is in the Astronaut career; as of my last save, she is level 6. Here she is playing with the microscope. Sadly, due to financial reasons, I had to sell it (bills are super high in Sims 4, way more than previous versions, think at least 2000 Simoleons as opposed to around 200-400+ for previous games).


Matthias is a Chef, and was practising his Mixology skill when Sarah told him she was pregnant with Emma. He went "WHAA?" and laughed rather nervously. (Funnily enough, when she was pregnant with Daniel he was less surprised and more happy).


Matthias visited San Myshuno. Yes, this is him talking to a toilet. A speaking toilet. Sims, eh?


Casually chilling with some drinks.


A serving plate of kebabs on the edge of the bath. Because why not?


Talk Like A Pirate Day! So they dressed up appropriately. Emma also makes her first appearance! Sadly, she appears to be using her diaper.


Matthias juggles bottles, whilst Sarah uses flash cards with Emma.


Dance party!


I also created a little kids' playground. Matthias and Emma visited when it was cold. I love Emma's little hat! 


Emma pretended she was on some sort of pirate ship with the toddler playground. Matthias got involved! I loved the little animations that popped up when I was playing as Emma.


Matthias and Emma visit the Hensleys. Mom is Ellen, dad is Jacob, and the kids are Hugo and Lara.


Whee! Matthias plays with Emma.


Toddler Playdate time!


Harvestfest, which is a festival that comes with the game. I added the tradition of wearing costumes. Darth Vader cooked the Grand Meal.


Sarah dressed as a French maid and Emma wore a little "monster" costume; toddlers don't have many options.


Neighbourhood Brawl Day randomly popped up. Matthias went out, and randomly picked a fight with someone. They then hugged to make up. Sims is weird.


The whole family visited the Romance Festival.


Sarah's a wannabe astronaut, so it's only natural she wants to build a freaking ROCKET SHIP in her garden.


Yet another Matthias and Emma photo. I swear Sarah does play with her kid!! I don't take as many photos with my non-fundie families; this is just how things ended up.


Hmm, I wonder where Emma could be...


Winterfest present opening time!


Ping! Another baby! Daniel is in the yellow outfit.


Playing together at the dolls' house.


Smoochin' time!!



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    • 47of74


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    • 47of74


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