The Mayer-Lobo household is in transition once again. Goodbye Nanny Youssef
Jordan really couldn’t afford the luxury apartment as the girls were taking all of her spare time. So, once more, they move. This time back to the Arts Quarter. It is where she belongs anyways.
She takes Jocelyn down to the common area for some sun and some flash cards. Ariella is working on her homework at the table.
Ariella is off making friends with Rico. He is going to be her life-long best friend.
With his friendship nailed down, she has dinner.
Angry toddler is angry. Why is angry toddler angry?
Oh, noisy neighbors. Ariella stomps her way over to complain angrily.
It was loud romantic noise and, thankfully, he looks embarrassed.
Jocelyn is sad because Jordan went somewhere called work and left her at home.
So, to make it up, Jordan takes her to the museum while she works on a project. Jocelyn would rather have been home in her own bed, but she had to make do with the bench.
More crying. This is the intentional walkabout to build movement skill. I also use it to see where the boundaries are located.
So, Jordan gets up the next morning and heads down stairs to sell the paintings others have painted. When Jocelyn wakes up, she heads downstairs to find her mommy.
She is not real sure about the living statue.
Ariella brings Rico home after school and vents about her horribly stressful day.
I turn my back and when I look in the living room, Rico has grown up.
They are still friends, although now things are a little different.
Ariella is enjoying her time with Rico, but isn’t happy and Rico looks uncomfortable.
Hugsy the Uni
Sweetness. She was just hanging out waiting.
Dinner in bed because both were exhausted and I expected both to pass out. They also both had giggles disease, although Jocelyn doesn’t have the rash.
“Why sit here? Why not look? Hungry!”
“It my Birt-day? Candles on Burga? Burga Cake??”
Invaded by Layla. Go home Layla. This isn’t your chapter.
Just what she needed.
The next day, Jocelyn heads downstairs to do her homework, I believe.
Yep, homework. She meets up with Ariella, who is there for food.
Learning to sing. She is awful. The Voice will not be calling.
More noisy neighbors – rather, the same noisy neighbors once again. This time Jocelyn gets there first.
Ariella is trying to make more friends. It is weird with Rico being so much older right now. She starts by texting all the kids in her contact list.
She meets up with this guy downstairs. They have the same haircut, but he is mean.
Meanwhile, Jocelyn screeches on the violin for a little while.
Giving that up for now, she goes back to singing, which is getting better.
- Aspiration: Painter Extraordinaire – Painter Extraordinaire
- Career: Painter – Imaginative Imagist
- Traits: Cheerful, Art Lover, Self-assured
- Creative Visionary
- Toddler Trait: Fussy
- Traits: Squeamish
- Happy Toddler
- Toddler Trait: Angelic
- Traits: Cheerful
- Happy Toddler
Achievements Completed – 585 points
- Introvert – 25 points
- Just Getting Started – 25 points
- Harvested Interest – 25 points
- Splice of Life – 25 points
- You-Reek-A! – 10 points
- All Nighter – 25 points
- In the Game – 50 points
- Older & Wiser – 10 points
- What Makes a Sim Turn Neutral? – 25 points
- Whimsical – 50 points
- Green Thumb – 50 points
- Triple Play – 25 points
- Knock, Knock… – 50 points
- What Would It Be Like? – 10 points
- Full House – 10 points
- Literal Genius – 50 points
- No Excuse – 10 points
- 50-Mile-High Club – 10 points
- It’s Not Brain Surgery – 50 points
- Very Special Delivery – 50 points
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