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Parkers Part Four: Now With Homeschool!

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Considering all the NRAAS mods I downloaded, you'd think I'd have thought about a homeschool one... well, now I have!

It's getting chilly in Appaloosa Plains, so I gave Amanda a more suitable outfit (I often do this for my Sims).


Babymaking time again...


Bass practice!


Chloe is a Genius (yeah, I know, another trait that seems bizarre for a fundie), so she enjoys playing chess.


Chris likes getting to know people. Unfortunately, he's having to look away from Gracie Loveland's big... er... chest.


Awww, poor baby Calvin... I forget why he was upset. Maybe it was hunger?


Peek-a-boo! Chloe and Caleb are good friends. And yep, Amanda's outfit changed, she's pregnant again.


It's snowing! With the Taylors, I had set it so that the game was in permanent summer mode because Joey was a gardener and it was easiest, otherwise plants went into hibernation and never revived. Neither parent is into gardening, so I don't need to worry.


Chloe only attended one day of normal school. On Monday morning, she enrolled in homeschool. You collect assignments either from City Hall or downloaded from the computer.


Here she is completing her first assignment!


Another promotion for Chris - now he's the mayor! 


Calvin's a toddler! And the youngest, for now...


Chloe can't do many sister-mom duties, but she can give her little siblings a bottle.


Do you want to build a snowman...


Chris threw a campaign fundraiser. It was pretty successful! He raised over 22,000 Simoleons!


Oh come on, Chris, your wife has been in labour three times already! After a short freakout he used the computer to work from home.


TWINS! And, they're girls! Welcome to the world, Clara and Connie! 


Caleb is now a child! I don't know why Chloe's talking about the theatre when she's never been... 


Naturally, Amanda has a wish to have another child. Because 5 aren't enough. Chloe is close to becoming a teen, so she'll be able to do sister-mom duties. 




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      Replying to Foudeb (I’m having trouble with the quote feature):

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