He is also cute. Three cute toddlers. I’m blessed with eye candy.
Though he does disappoint me slightly by his urgent need to pick his nose.
Ooh and look at her twin brother.
She’s really cute.
There are now two cute toddlers in the house. Cute! The toddlers that I generally see in my game are far from cute.
I’m loving the ears.
It’s that time.
However, she surprised me by throwing a little fit and dropping the action out, leaving the baby to cry, whilst she settled down again to relax on the bed.
I had to wake up Ken and send him off to tend to the little one. I’ll have to double check her other traits as Lillie seems to want to interact far more with her husband and the pets than with the children - not what I expected at all.
I’m only controlling Lillie one day a week, although I do promise her wishes to allow her gain aspiration points. Oddly, for a family orientated, nurturing sim those wishes have little to do with her children so I was delighted to see, autonomously in her queue, that she was going to go and tend to her crying son.
Whilst Ken dreams of how much simpler life was just the pets, Lillie, though expecting another baby, is rolling wants to become more intimate with Ken. Ken, exhausted by his role of caring parent, sleeps on oblivious to her needs.
And yep, those are fleas. The price Lillie pays for spending more time with the pets than with her children.