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Fun Fun Fundies: Sims Edition

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Parkers Part Two: Let The Baby Train Commence

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So, when we last saw the Parkers, Amanda had just found out that she was pregnant with blessing #1.

Time to make breakfast!


Hey look, Chris is cleaning up! #besthubbyever


Doing the laundry.


Chris had a wish to work from home, because he's a Workaholic. I know, you're howling with laughter at the idea of a workaholic fundie, but hear me out. When he's not busy at work, he will sometimes 'work from home' autonomously, which is a great excuse for not helping with the kids!


Late night drum practice.


Mmm, deep fried food.




It's... a girl! Welcome to the world, baby Chloe! 


Chloe isn't old enough to be a mommy-slave yet, so Amanda has to clean the toilet herself.


Despite what I said earlier, Chris decided to be the one to change baby Chloe (item is from the Sims 3 Store)! #bestdaddyever


Sweet fellowship time again!


I got Chris to learn some piano skill, and they decided to jam together.


Amanda took Chloe to the summer festival next door, but had to leave Chloe on the ground in order to go and throw up.



Pregnant again! Amanda got a spray tan at a booth at the fair the night before.


Reading a pregnancy book outside the bookstore.


Chloe is now a toddler! I changed her outfit later. Time for some late-night potty training!


What a cute little kid!


With the Local Motion Toddler Walker, there's no need for Chris or Amanda to teach Chloe to walk, she can do it herself!


And the second baby is... a BOY! Welcome to the world, baby Caleb! I think you can guess what the name theme is...


I'll round off the post with a snapshot of Chloe teaching herself to talk. 


So, how soon will Amanda be pregnant with #3? Will she end up having a laundry room breakdown? Which C name will be used next? Until next time!


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