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Taylors Part Eight: The Next Generation

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When we last visited the Taylors, Melissa had just had baby #7, Gabriel. A good bit has happened since then!

The morning after her wedding to Andrew, Natalie feels a little queasy...

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Natalie loves the heat (it's a trait), so she decides to sunbathe in the yard. Given her sooper-modest outfit, she won't get much of a tan.

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She went to the library to brush up on cooking skill... and bumped into Melissa...

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... who then decided to randomly play piano by the bookshelves.

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Andrew attended a party at his parents' house, and got to meet his kid brother.

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Looks like the next generation is on its way!

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Natalie had a real craving for watermelon.

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Freakout! 

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Looks like the baby is a-coming!

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It's a girl!

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Welcome to the world, baby Matilda! Of course Natalie naturally pops back to her pre-pregnancy size instantly.

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Back to the mothership. Bethany and Christopher aged up and moved out. So, naturally, Melissa took advantage of this.

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Gabriel grew up! It's been a while since Melissa had to potty-train any of her kids but she remembers what to do.

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I sent the teens to school when they weren't feeling great. Diana spent most of the day sleeping in class (tut tut) and landed herself in detention, so she had to stay after school.

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Is that... a... TELEVISION?? Don't worry, Natalie only uses it to improve her cooking skills. 

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Andrew got a promotion! 

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Of course, Natalie has to be the one to attend to her crying daughter whilst Andrew sleeps on.

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Got insomnia and can't sleep? Go to the library!

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Matilda is due to age up soon. The family doesn't know it yet, but Matilda is going to become a big sister soon. Plus, of course, there's baby #8 for Joey and Melissa on the way. 

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