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Smiths Part Thirteen: Babies Galore

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So, we start off with not long left until Emily gives birth. 

You need the toilet a lot when pregnant!


It's go time!


Daniel freaks out.




... a BOY! Welcome to the world, Martin Westbury-Smith! 


Over to the Pearsons. Eliza works on writing a new violin tune.


Here's Adam as a Child. His hairdo is very similar to Mark's.


Uh oh, Adam thinks it's a good idea to play with ketchup and flour...


Eliza reads to her son.


Hmm... Mark's gone stripy. He got a "Giggly" moodlet, so I guess the diagnosis is Gas and Giggles. No, me neither. Sim illnesses are weird.


Adam sure is a helpful kid!


And now it's go time for Eliza!


TWINS! Eliza has the Fertile trait (from the Rewards store), so it's not entirely unexpected. And they're her first daughters, Chloe and Delilah.


It's also Harvestfest! Harvestfest is a bit like Thanksgiving, in that one of the traditions is being thankful. Another tradition is "holiday gnomes"... yeah, Sims being Sims again. Gnomes appear in your house and you have to appease them. This one didn't appreciate pie. WHAT KIND OF GNOME DOESN'T LIKE PIE???


Adam going to meet his sisters. Chloe is in the pink crib and Delilah in the green one.


Eliza threw a Harvestfest house party. And I was reminded that pretty much all the males in the family have the same dang shirt! L-R for the guys: Elijah, Eddie, Mark, Elliot. 


Eliza eating some turkey dinner. One tradition is to cook a "grand meal", with a choice of turkey, ham, fish or tofurkey. (I much prefer the Sims 3 name for veggie turkey, Tursoykey). Once you've had a plateful, you get a "dazed" moodlet called "food coma" #soaccurate


Emily decided to use the bath. Ah well, Eliza had puked in Emily's toilet a couple of days earlier...


Adam decided to eat some spoiled food. Bad idea.





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