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Parkers Parts: 7, Number of Children: 7




Clara and Connie becoming best friends! The playpen is so useful.


Calvin grew up! Here he is registering for homeschool.


Here's his everyday wear. Fundies love polo tops!


It really is the SOTDRT in the Parker home.


You can obtain a violin from the Sims 3 Store. Chloe loves playing instruments!


Calvin gets stuck into household chores.


Chloe makes a birthday cake for Caleb.


There's another teen in the house! He looks pretty handsome. It'll be a lucky young fundie maiden who gets him as her husband!


Of course, only boys can get part-time jobs. Because penis.


Family band! Excuse Chloe's sluttish pyjamas. There aren't many modest options for fundie teenage girls. 



"It's totally normal, Chloe, this is what happens when you have a baby!"


Of course, Chris is working. A* father skillz.


Amanda had twins again, one girl and one boy, called Callie and Carl. This is officially my first "overstuffed" household, with 9 Sims in total. Dutiful sister-mom Chloe feeding her newest sister.


Caleb steps up and becomes a brother-dad.


Callie started crying and I caught Chloe looking like this. She likes her siblings, but wishes that they could at least sleep in her parents' room when they were babies...


Clara and Connie are due to age up soon so that'll be another two members of the SOTDRT

Chloe is maintaining an A grade in homeskool, which is great! I'm debating on whether to send her to university... I mean, some fundies let their girls go. I'd have her live in a private house, and seeing as I eventually play God in this game, I'll be controlling her actions and can prevent her from doing anything dodgy. And besides, I could treat it as the Parker parents saying "Look! Our kids did GREAT in homeschool and are just as well educated as those people who went to public school! We trust our children to conduct themselves in a Godly manner whilst obtaining their degree. Chloe will be teaching her future children, so it's worth her getting a good education."


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