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Smiths Part Twelve: First Pregnancy for Emily!

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So the Smith family officially has more posts than the Bancrofts. As explained in a previous post, I will no longer be updating on the Bancrofts.

As often happens with my posts, the title explains all.

When a young Sim couple love each other very, very much... 


It's their FIRST Woo-Hoo! :pb_lol: Emily may have rejected her upbringing in many ways but she still waited until marriage for sex.


Going to do the pregnancy test...


Yippee! She's going to be a mom!


Telling the dad-to-be. He may look a little unsure, but one of Daniel's traits is Family-Oriented, so he is happy really.


Hopping over to the Pearsons. Eliza decides to get cracking with #3. Benjamin, her second, is now a toddler, but I haven't got a photo.




Emily plays chess, her daily task for work.


Emily actually has a couple of days off work. She's feeling a bit lonely one day, so she invites Eliza over. She then went to prep some grilled cheese sandwiches. I heard the knock at the door, scrolled the camera to check Eliza was there... she'd already let herself in and was puking in the toilet. Oh dear.


Aww, these two! 


"You're gonna be an auntie!"

"Yeah, I can tell, your belly is already big!"


With seasons, you can occasionally get days of "mysterious weather", where the weather can change to literally anything. Oasis Springs is a desert-type environment, so they don't get snow in winter. Well, unless it's a day of mysterious weather! In addition, this is Autumn, so doubly unusual!

Side note: I'd been having a couple of graphics issues with my game. Nothing major, but enough to be slightly annoying. So I messed around with the graphics settings a bit. The trees aren't actually pink, that's just a side effect of the change in graphics. I also had edge smoothing on and now don't, but that's not as noticeable.


Also, Edward is now an Elder! In Sims 4, female Sims don't age whilst pregnant, which is a bit odd. As a result of this, Emily has 8/9 days left of Young Adulthood, whilst Eliza has about 17 days left. And they were twins. Strange.


Evelyn's cold weather gear is quite funky.


Emily dancing.


Nicole came over, so naturally Emily had to share the good news. And by that I mean baby news, not Jesus. Nicole knows about Jesus.


Emily off to work. You get the option of family leave in Sims 4, but you don't have to take it.


Daniel came home feeling a bit sad because he was missing family. Aww. Don't worry, you're going to be a daddy soon!


Emily came home feeling a bit ill, so she took some medicine. This family believe in proper medicine and not just quackery and essential oils.


Emily is in her final trimester now. I kinda hope she has a girl, who I can put in pants, and who Emily can teach that she can be anything she wants to be.

I never did a proper It's Been A Year post for the Smiths, so I decided to go down memory lane and get some photos of Emily during her life so far!

Nicole during her first pregnancy. I forget she used to wear that yellow outfit...


Just given birth! Emily of course in the blue crib.




She always loved Eliza :romance-heartsfade:


She played the part of dutiful daughter well.


The love of science and knowledge began early.


She worked hard at school.


Her own place! And PANTS!!


Pre-marital kissing!!


The wedding


And now impending motherhood!


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      Posted (edited)

      7 hours ago, Lgirlrocks said:


      a godly women SHOULD teach women what to expect from their husband. 

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