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Taylors Part Nine: Babies and, err, Degrees??

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mango_fandango

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It's been some time since I updated on the Taylors! 

Gabriel is a cute little dude.

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Melissa was pregnant with #8 and went into labour in the music room. Only Francesca (hidden by the piano) is really freaking out. Elijah is so bored he's yawning! 

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And here's baby #8, Hannah. I've decided that she will be the last blessing, as the next generation has started now.

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Sadly, Melissa wet herself.

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Over at Andrew's, Natalie goes into labour again! Andrew is totally freaking out but Natalie is so chill she's eating dinner.

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She gave birth to twins Morgan (boy) and Molly (girl). I haven't really got any photos of them yet.

It's always hot in Appaloosa Plains, so Joey decided to head to the beach and sunbathe.

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The triplets became young adults whilst I was playing with Andrew and his family. Elijah went somewhat bald, and for some reason Melissa is wearing a very NIKE dress.

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Diana adopts her mom's hairstyle.

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Francesca rocks the casual look. I've got a "rebellious" daughter in Sims 4 (Emily Smith), and maybe Francesca will be my "rebellious" Sim in this game.

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Here's Gabriel playing with some toys...

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... and baby Hannah in her crib. For some reason a babysitter randomly spawned even though there were two adult Sims on the lot. I think this just happens when you play a family with kids, go to a different family, then go back.

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Here's Andrew feeding little Molly! I'll make sure to take photos when they age into toddlers. Matilda is three days off becoming a child.

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The Taylors are a pretty musical family, and Natalie fits right in.

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Bethany has a special friend! His name is Bob Wilson. 

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I went to briefly check in on the Andrew Taylor family, and... erm... there was a bit of congestion going on. Don't sit on your siblings, Matilda! That's not very loving!

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The second part of the title refers to something odd that I've not noticed before. I clicked on Andrew and he'd been randomly given a Fine Arts degree, grade B. What's even weirder though is that MELISSA was given the exact same thing!! Having googled, I think it does happen sometimes. I never sent them, and they didn't even get an extra trait. I can't screenshot with the UI up, so here's a random shot of Andrew in his work gear.

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Back to Bethany and Bob. Flirting in a BAR? They didn't partake in any sinful drinking, though.

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I got Bethany to do the Sims University Aptitude Test, just to see which degree she'd be suited to. I'm planning to make Bob a politician, and I'll give him some skills and maybe send *him* to university. 

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HAND HOLDING ALERT Y'ALL

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"Will you enter a courtship with me?"

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Late-night dancin'

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And here's Bob doing the aptitude test. 

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I foresee marriage for these two! Well, of course they're gonna get married, that's the Godly way. 

 

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