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Childless Mother; 3
Published Jul 31, 2010


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Soragirlamy

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If you didn't read the blog I posted, I'll tell you here. Because The Sims 3 is so unreliable, I've decided that in order for my stories to be updated regulary, I should make them on The Sims 2. I think that making them on TS2 is actually better, because it allows me to have exactly what facial expression I want, what exact pose I want. In TS3, you have to wait until they have an expression that is suitable enough (unless there's a hack that I don't know about). So without further ado, I present to you the third installment of "Childless Mother"!

If you didn't read the blog I posted, I'll tell you here. Because The Sims 3 is so unreliable, I've decided that in order for my stories to be updated regulary, I should make them on The Sims 2. I think that making them on TS2 is actually better, because it allows me to have exactly what facial expression I want, what exact pose I want. In TS3, you have to wait until they have an expression that is suitable enough (unless there's a hack that I don't know about). So without further ado, I present to you the third installment of "Childless Mother"! Today was the day everything was going to change - or so Earl hoped. As Layla's father, it was his duty to guide his daughter along the right path. So with eyes that sparkled with detirmination, Earl headed out to the back garden. Layla lay relaxing on a deck chair; her hair loosely wrapped in a bun. Earl marched up to Layla, and with a stern tone, he asked, "Have you thought about finding a job?" A long silence followed. "No, and not going ter," Layla responded, rolling her eyes. She then let out a tired sigh. Right then. Time to bring out the firm father. "Layla, I'm your father—" "—urgh, I know. Don't remind me!" A look of hurt formed on his features and then, when the tears threatened to spill, he turned on his heel and ran back into the house. It seemed a different approach was needed. "Daddy?" Earl quickly wiped away his tears. "Daddy, I'm sorry about what I said. I didn't mean it. Sun's getting ter me 'ead." Earl didn't answer. He could see through her excuse. She always had excuses for her actions and words. Every single time. "Dad, I'm going back outside now. If yer need me, yer know where I am." Well, he wouldn't tolerate it. Not any longer. Any minute now she would come walking out those doors – it seemed a very long minute. A smile lit his face as thought of her beautiful face, eyes that revealed a world of happiness; a smile that could power all of Sunset Valley. She had a laugh reminiscent of the chimes of bells, producing a sweet sound in the air. The sound of a door being opened rang through the air, and Matt moved to stand up. Looking down, he smiled as he saw his angel's face. "How was that, Lucy?" Matt asked, wrapping his arms around the small body of his daughter. "Did you enjoy it?" "Yes!" Lucy squealed. "I made some new friends, too!"

"That's great, Lucy! I guess they'll have to come over one day, then." Lucy beamed up at him in response. Telling her a little lie was worth it to see the smile on her face. "Come on," Matt said, grabbing Lucy's small hand in his, "how does heading on home sound?"

"And then, we can watch Doctor Who on the telly!" Lucy replied with a laugh.

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#1martoeleVIPAug 1, 2010

I quote you: 'I think that making them on TS2 is actually better, because it allows me to have exactly what facial expression I want, what exact pose I want. In TS3, you have to wait until they have an expression that is suitable enough.'
\:\)  It makes me smile a little that you continue your story on the Sims2 because of the face expressions \:\) Have you noticed that Layla always has the same expression on her face? Just like a spoilt girl...! I think that it depends on the charactertraits you give them if they are expressive or not! Congratulations on having the story featured on the Sims2 index page. \:cool\: ~ Margo
 
 

#2martoeleVIPAug 1, 2010

I mean a 'spoiled' girl. \:o  Sorry for mistakes, english is not my mother language! \:\)  

#3MangioAug 1, 2010

Wonderful \:rah\: I'm glad you decided to continue in a different format \;\) I wonder who Matt is, he seems like an interesting guy. Father seems really determined, i hope the girl will wake up to her senses. \:wub\: Can't wait for more

#4urm0mVIPAug 1, 2010

Great part \:D

#5spitzmagicAug 3, 2010

great chapter...looking forward to the next one \:rah\:

#6FlatterAug 3, 2010

You made an excellent story setting. Although I must admit I am still not getting it: Why is you story titled "childless mother" instead of "motherless child"? A mother is the only person I haven't seen in the first 3 parts \:\) Anyway, keep the parts coming \:rah\:

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