Shawanda spun in to her ‘everyday’ clothing with the intent of exiting the house in order to go to the hospital to give birth. I was having none of that. I allowed Ruby to go the first time to see what the fuss was all about. I allowed her to go the second time because I wanted to see what would happen to Christian. I allowed Precious to go the first time because Christian was at work. I allowed it the second time because she insisted! *giggles* and after fighting her three times, I figured if she was that danged determined she should have that child where she wanted to.
Franklin: *chuckles* I didn’t realize Mom had such spunk.
*grins* You’d be surprised. Precious was a lot of fun… but we’re here to talk about Shawanda. She spun the want to go to the hospital. I X’d it out. Franklin went downstairs before I X’d it out for him as well. Shawanda stayed put and went sparkly, spun and had a baby in her arms. *yawns* Boring.
Franklin: I was going outside to fish for a while but was suddenly hungry and had a late night snack of Goopy Carlsboro leftovers. I love that stuff. Pops makes the best around.
I’m well aware of your love for this odd food, the applauding every time you eat it is a dead give away.
Franklin: While I am rather fond of my name, you could have done a better job with my son’s.
What? Why? He is named after my favorite comedian.
Franklin: *blinks* Eddie? No. No! If he starts cross-dressing-
Eddie is an executive transvestite (Eddie Izzard). You’ll still have an heir/heiress, calm down. And for those who are curious, Eddie’s early traits are friendly and…
Remember the ‘Brave’ Shawanda? It would appear that Precious who was always so sweet in ‘life’ is a real stinker now that she’s been returned. *ponders* I should check her traits tonight. I wonder if they’ve change. She really enjoys scaring the tar out of Shawanda who refuses to die of fright.
Franklin: Can we die of fright?
I don’t know. I am hoping your wife will help us out with that question. I was hoping Sherman would die of fright, but he was such a coward he would faint before any ghost could try to scare him.
Shawanda was sitting at 0 days to transition for a full day after having given birth. It was time. So we bought glitchy woman a cake.
Franklin: *chuckles* She took it in stride at least.
You don’t seem too concerned about being married to an old woman.
Franklin: Should I be?
Meh, I don’t suppose so. No sooner did Shawanda transition Akara followed suit with a transition of her own.
Franklin: You do realize Akara’s transition is the same day as Pop, right?
No one’s cooking is ever high enough for ambrosia. I have dreaded this moment. I thought of scenarios to keep him from aging and truth is… I let it happen anyhow. I get too attached to my heirs and heiresses. I have to learn to let them go. *swallows hard* So Christian sparkled and spun… and then he got old.
While Precious ran around scaring the family, I prompted Akara to call her man over. We bought him a cake and nudged him to blow out the candles. Akara helped him celebrate and he transitioned to YA with her.
Franklin: Strange guy, gray eyebrows and now overalls? What does she see in him?
No idea, but they were best friends in high school and I wanted to ensure she was married before she moved out. Unlike your Uncle Steve who is STILL single. I’m hoping she has a bunch of little spawn running around very soon.
Franklin: *chuckles* All wearing overalls most likely.
Akara took the initiative and woo’d him relentlessly. Brett had no idea what broad sided him. They were already BF/GF, so Akara took it to the next step, fumbling the box naturally (clumsy) and proposed engagement. He accepted. She’s happy. So we stepped it up once more.
Franklin: They’re married? That was fast.
Yours was faster… but that’s beside the point. Instead of having him move in to their small home and then kicking them out. I let them move in with his Mom and some little boy with their last name. Now, is that her offspring or his?! I will have to check the family tree and get back to you on that one.
Franklin: You should have had him move in and then kicked them out. You cost this household §20k.
Yes, I realize that now. Lessons learned and that is what this legacy is all about for me.
Franklin: Test subjects, guinea pigs… I see. Is that why Mom is pregnant again?
Franklin: This is definitely going to be interesting.
*bounces* I cant wait!
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