3.17 Festivals and Family

I had been going to start the boys training but decided that I really needed to get the girls out of the house instead. Maybe they would fight less if they had something to entertain them. 

It was decided that we would all attend the local Evansdale County Festival which had recently arrived in town. When we arrived Bracken and Primrose disappeared almost immediately to play on the see-saw. I was happy to see that every one was keen to enjoy the festival and hoped that the girls would refrain from the bickering that had been plaguing my household.  

Ruby decided that she wanted spend the afternoon dancing and soon gained an appreciative audience.

Calla and Maple took part in the pie eating contest. Maple was victorious on the day just beating her sister. 

and I finally had the opportunity to try roller skating for the first time in my life. Roller Skating had always been one of the activities that I had been unable to participate in. When I was younger my father and younger sister Erin had skated regularly. In someway I think it had been his way of pointing out to her that there were some advantages to being human. 

Ruby was joined by Moonbeam, she didn’t dance but decided to just watch.

Calla wasn’t shy about dancing and she still showed the evidence of the recent pie eating competition.

Maple decided to look after her younger brothers. Like Calla she hadn’t bothered to clean her face either.

Eventually it was time to head home.

It had been a tiring day and the kids were happy to just relax and play the gaming systems or entertain themselves quietly.

I needed to get started on the twins toddler training and took advantage of the relatively quiet afternoon to get started.

First up was Tangle with his walking training. He learned quickly and I wondered if Maple had been trying to teach her younger brothers at the Festival.

When Tangle was too tired to continue I got started with Teasel and started teaching him to talk.

Training with Teasel did not go as smoothly as it had with his twin.

Even after giving Teasel a small break training was going slower that I was used to. Teasel was capable but uninterested in learning.


It had taken a while for me to complete the twins training but eventually they were ready to become children.

Leo came to visit again to see his sons and me and it was obvious that he thought that we had some kind of future together and I realised that he was going to force me to completely honest with me. I wasn’t ready for a permanent relationship, I wasn’t even ready to date if it didn’t involve my destiny. After putting Teasel to bed in his cot I went back out to the main room to break the news to his father.

He took the news better than I expected. He was disappointed but didn’t get angry like Tulip and Finch’s father had. I was relieved by how well he took the news.


A/N: Sorry it’s been awhile since the last update. Sims 4 has taken away most of my interest for sims at all at the moment I haven’t even loaded any sims game for at least a couple of weeks.

I’m not really 100% with this update, it was mostly done except for a couple of things and I only messed with it for about 10 mins before posting it. Hopefully it’s okay.

Bonus pics of the Joanne/Leo break-up…. I just loved  all the faces that they pulled. 😀 Lilil   

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  1. Love the breakup faces — dumbfounded, disappointed, bored, disgusted, angry — the gamut of emotions. LOL.

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