Saturday, September 29, 2012

You've Got A Friend in Me

Note: I decided to put this note up here just so there isn't any confusion as you're reading this. I know that up until now I've been writing my challenge according to sim days. Which means that Chloe would only be pregnant for three days at a time in her challenge. I decided to change this and write the story in actual years, therefore, she'd be pregnant for nine months like in real life time. I know that this means by the end of her challenge she should be over 100 years old, but I think this just makes more sense and fits better with the story. Thank you for your understanding :) Now enjoy the post! :)

When I was born, my parents were vacationing in France with my older brothers who were two at the time. I, unfortunately, had decided to come two weeks early. After the initial panic subsided, my mother was driven to the local hospital and taken to the maternity ward. While my father attempted to fill out some last minute paper work, my brothers were watched by a friendly nurse in the waiting room. I heard she resigned soon after...  
I was born on May 13th at 8:10pm. I was just a bit underweight, which was normal. Nothing serious. I had a small tuft of my mother's blue hair on my head along with my father's big blue eyes and long eye lashes. They named me Chloe which means "blooming." They thought I would go far in life and they loved the sound of the name. 

Two days after I was born, my mother and I were released from the hospital. My parents decided to cut the vacation short and traveled back home with my brothers and their new baby girl. 

I was a very calm and happy baby. Not much bothered me. I was very giggly and loved to be held. My brothers were extremely curious when it came to their new sister. At first my parents were hesitant at letting a couple of toddlers hold me, let alone lay me in their lap. I was very small and delicate. But after weeks of pleading and crying, my mother allowed both of my brothers to hold me(I would have objected if I could at the time!)

My parents were great friends with Elizabeth and Oliver Springs. They had a son who was just one week older than I was. His name was Alex. When I was a toddler, my parents went to visit them and took me along. I immediately took a liking to Alex. We played together all day and when my parents tried to separate the two of us, we both threw a fit. Thankfully, they only lived about ten minutes away so the two of us constantly saw each other. 

By the time Alex and I were in school, we were best friends. We were almost always together and practically lived at each others houses. I was the daughter the Springs' had always wanted and Alex, well, he was just another mischievous son my parents were happy to look after. We knew every detail about each other and had so much in common. I remember when he dumped a bucket of water on my head when we were in the fourth grade. At the time I was furious, but now I think it's quite hilarious. We were definitely inseparable. 

When we were teens we both joined the art club and journalism together. They were both two of our favorite things. We were both so talented. 

When prom rolled around I wasn't sure what was going to happen. I figured we'd be going as friends, but I wasn't sure if I wanted that to be our status. I was sixteen and having feelings for my lifelong best friend. I didn't know what to do. Did he feel the same way? When he did ask me, I was ecstatic. I knew that when he asked, it wasn't romantic, but I still picked out a beautiful dress, did my hair and make up, and tried not to get my hopes up.

When the night arrived, he knocked on the door. I walked down the hallway with a smile on my face while he stood there with a look of astonishment on his. The butterflies in my stomach started up again and I felt like I was about to puke. But, I forced down those feelings and got into the car. 

The evening was absolutely perfect. We took pictures, drank punch, chatted with our friends, danced a bit, and just had a great time. When a slow song came on, I awkwardly stood in the corner, but Alex came over and grabbed my hand, putting the smile back on my face. We danced and I gazed into his gorgeous blue eyes. I wanted so much for him to kiss me, but I knew it would never happen. He was my best friend! 

What happened next surprised me. He pulled me in close enough to smell his cologne and planted a soft kiss on my lips. I was in shock. He stared at me and smiled. How could I not smile back? I had been waiting for this for so long! I couldn't hide the elation that I felt inside. My heart felt like it was ready to explode. We continued to dance and when the song ended, we gazed into each others eyes for what felt like years. This has to be a dream. I thought to myself. But it wasn't! 

Afterwards, when he took me home, we stood outside my front door in silence for a few minutes. I finally got up the nerve to plant a kiss on his lips and slipped inside. I pressed my back up against the door and bit my lip, holding back a smile. I love him. I thought. I'm in love with my best friend and it's taken me years to realize it! 

I walked back to my room and undressed quietly. I climbed into bed and pulled the covers up to my chin. That night I couldn't sleep. My mind was racing with thoughts.

The following day I got a call from him asking me to meet him at his house. The sadness in his voice alarmed me. When I arrived, I walked up the familiar steps to the porch and saw him sitting on an outdoor couch. 

"Sit, Chloe." He gestured.

I took a seat next to him and scanned his face worriedly.

"What's wrong, Alex?" I asked.

He sighed. "I'm moving... to Twinbrook." 

I sat there for a few minutes in silence when my brain yelled, "Breathe!" I took a deep breath.

"When?" My throat choked up.

"In two months. My dad was offered a job. Chloe, you know I wouldn't have started something if I had known." He explained sadly.

"I-I know, Alex." 

The next two months went by way too quickly and I found myself standing in his drive way waving goodbye to the car that got tinier and tinier as it drove down the street. That afternoon had consisted of a heart breaking goodbye and a hug that I never wanted to let go of. 

I know that we promised to stay in touch, and we did. But as things like school and the time difference got in the way, we eventually drifted apart and lost contact. Losing Alex was one of the worst things that happened to me. If I could have gone with him, I would have. 

And yet another note!: I'm sorry for the lack of pictures in this post. I had originally planned to have a lot more than I added, but my game decided to be glitchy and kept freezing. So, I got as many pictures as I could.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

Babies 21 and 22: Are My Eyes Deceiving Me?

The kids aged up beautifully like always with the quads going first. Lucy decided to become an alchemist because of her love of chemistry. Throughout her high school years her teachers would tell her she had a gift when it came to the subject. She loves making medicines from herbs she finds and is quite good at it. Her and Blake are still the cutest little couple. Although she decided to move to Moonlight Falls, they still see each other as much as possible. I hope to see them get married soon! Becks, being a genius, decided to become a doctor. She loves caring for people and has a big heart. For quite a while we had a little zoo because of the sick or injured animals she would bring home. I'm surprised she didn't want to be a vet, but she still loves what she does. Robbie decided he would join the military. I had heard recently that his father, Robin Moreno, was also in the military. Like father like son! Cecelia still loves to travel and is heading off to France in a couple of days. She, along with Mason, works with Matthew at Doo Peas Corporate Towers. I'm proud that all of my children are so successful.

Ashton is very athletic and has a love for sim fu. Everyday after school he does his homework and runs straight towards the training dummies. I often see him meditating underneath the cherry trees in the back yard and he has a look of relaxation on his face. It seems to calm his nerves and now I'm considering trying it.

Cara, Amy, and Mackenzie all grew up into such cute kids. They all have their daddy's nose which makes them even more adorable. Cara loves to read and write and is a very creative child. She drowns herself in piles of books and spends most of her time sitting at the computer typing away at her different stories. Amy is a bit shy and tends to attach herself to Cara. She loves to play pretend and spends hours in the pool. She's a straight A student and is extremely intelligent. Mackenzie is the most outgoing of the triplets. She has a ton of friends at school is very athletic like her brother Ashton. He's currently teaching her the basics to sim fu. I'm so happy my kids get along as well as they do.

Elle may look like a little cutie, but she has many tricks up her sleeve. Even though she's just a toddler, she's very mischievous. She loves to cause trouble of any kind. I knew I was in for it when I saw those pink wings of hers. If she ever doesn't want to take a nap(which is often) she just flies to the ceiling and stays there until I give in. Besides her constant antics, she's a great little kid.


After the kids aged up, I worked on my book. When I mean worked, I mean worked.I was on the computer at four in the morning when Elle would always wake me up. I would give her a bottle, rock her back to sleep, and retreat back to my room. I would then work until 7AM which was when the triplets and Ashton would get up to get ready for school. I would make breakfast, pack their lunches, and shoo them off onto the bus. By 8:30 I was folding laundry while Elle played with her favorite stuffed animal. The rest of the day would consist of me cleaning the house, bribing Elle to stay on the ground, and trying to squeeze in as much time at the computer as I possibly could. It had been a very long time since I had started writing, and I was pretty far along. I only had a few more chapters to write before I would be finished.

When the kids come home at 4 o'clock(most of them have after school activities) that's my cue to start dinner. Most of the time we would have a theme. Tacos, spaghetti, stir fry, or some other exotic meal from a different country. The kids loved trying something new each night as much as I loved cooking them. Tonight apparently, Mackenzie wanted to have breakfast for dinner. She thought it was absolutely hilarious. Kids these days...

I decided to make waffles anyway. It was something easy and we all loved them. So, we had waffles for dinner. Mackenzie was happy and everyone was fed. My job was done. Well technically it was after bedtime.

When all of the kids were in bed and asleep(including Matthew), I would get on the computer once again, and type away until I couldn't keep my eyes open. Which was usually around midnight. I know, I know. By now if you know basic math, this means that I only get four hours of sleep each night. I felt terrible in the morning, but the fact that I knew I was getting a load of work done kept me going each day.

In the mean time I got pregnant with the next father. I don't know when I found the time to do this, but I found I succeeded when I began vomiting the other day. His name is Vladamir Eripmav and he is obviously a vampire. It's impossible to miss his glowing blue eyes and pale skin color. He has jet black hair that I would love to see in my children.

One night I took a break from writing and decided to relax for once. Being a mother, you rarely have time for yourself. I filled the bathtub, turned off the lights, and lit some candles. I slipped into the warm water and it felt so good. I needed to do this more often. I sat there and thoughts filled my head. Thoughts I hadn't thought about in a while. Matthew has blue hair. Those kids had brown hair. I stopped myself. No. I couldn't start thinking about this again. It obviously would not be explained for a while so I shouldn't worry about it. I tried to brush it off and think of some baby names, but my mind was racing.

I got out of the tub, wrapped myself in a towel, and drained the water.

"So much for relaxing." I muttered to myself. I had spent a total of five minutes in the bathroom. I was stressing myself out.

Apparently stress isn't good during pregnancy and it can sometimes cause early labor. So when I found out that my water broke and it was before my due date, I freaked out a bit. Thankfully, my little boys weren't born too early. Although they were just a bit smaller than my other children were. Nothing too serious. Baby #21 Jayden Moreau and Baby #22 Chase Moreau. My first set of twin boys! Chase inherited his father's vampirism and I was silently praying that he wouldn't harm any of the other children. He looked like he wouldn't harm a fly, so that put me at ease.

A few days after the boys were born, Matthew and I went to meet with one of his coworkers. Matthew said he's a great guy and fantastic at his job. He would be the editor for my book. Whoever he was, I couldn't wait to meet him. Just by how Matthew was describing him I could tell he was a nice man. We sat in his office for about ten minutes waiting for him to meet with us. While we were waiting, I took in my surroundings. This man was obviously good at his job. His office was huge. The back end of it was an entire wall of books and his desk had a shiny new laptop laying on it.

I was about to ask Matthew the time again when I heard someone fumbling with the knob. I looked toward the door and a man walked in.

"Sorry I'm late!" He announced. He had reddish brown hair and big blue eyes. He smiled nicely when he saw Matthew and then noticed me. A look of shock spread across his face.

He wasn't the only one. A wave of emotions washed across my face and I sat there in silence for a few seconds until I realized he was actually in front of me. He was really there!

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Baby 20: Nobody Knows Where We Might End Up

"Mom! Mom! Get up! It's moving day!" Robbie shouted. Three of the four quads were either jumping or sitting on my bed.

"It's morning already?" I grumbled sleepily.

"Yep." Matthew answered groggily. We were both still in our clothes from yesterday. We had fallen asleep trying to put all of the kids to bed. They were all so excited about going to their new house.

Matthew and I had decided awhile ago that we needed a bigger place. It seemed I was constantly having multiples so the extra space was desperately needed. We were also looking for a bigger yard. Something the kids could run around in. Not the cramped space we currently owned. 

"Where's Lucy?" I asked.

"Here!" She responded while carrying one of the triplets, Mackenzie. I had aged them up a few days ago so it would be easier when it came to the move. (I'll show you their pictures later when I age up the rest of the kids.)

"Don't drop her!" I warned.

"I won't!" Lucy convinced.

"Mama! Lucy gave me a cookie!" Mackenzie squealed.

"She did?" I asked playfully.

"Mhmm. It was yummy!"

"That's good! Lucy, are Cara and Amy awake yet?" I questioned.

"Yes. I gave them both bottles too. They're in the nursery." She replied proudly.

"Well, looks like someone's going to be a good mother one day!" I beamed. "That reminds me. How's Blake?" I teased.

"Mom!" She blushed and ran out of the room.

Our entire house was cleared out except for a few boxes here and there and our beds. I had spent a considerable amount of time here. While I was here, so many things happened. Both good and bad. Prim died, I met Matthew, I had a miscarriage. So many memories were packed into this home, but I knew that we would be making plenty of new ones in the new house.

I ushered the kids into the car, and we set off on our drive across town. There were many repeated, "Are we there yet's?" and, "I'm hungry!", but it was still a fun ride. It took us about half an hour to get to our new house, which isn't that long, but to the kids, it felt like forever.

When we finally did arrive, the kids were practically jumping up and down. This house was HUGE. I think they were mainly excited about the backyard though. It had everything they had ever wanted.

The playground consisted of a set of swings, a slide, a tree house, spring riders, a sandbox, a trampoline, hopscotch, and a seesaw. I loved the kids' faces when they saw it. They were a mixture of awe, bewilderment, and happiness. I knew that the playground would be were they would spend most of their time.

They play room is another room the kids loved. Instead of having their toys strewn all around the house, I created this room specifically for play time. The kids love the giant caterpillar mat that was placed in the center of the room.  This room attracted mainly the toddlers. They love all of the stuffed animals and peg boxes.

Right across the hall from the playroom is the living room. All that is in the living room is a giant wrap-around couch and a fire place, along with a few toys for Snowy and a bookcase. I really loved the see through fish tank.

The dining room is quite large. I love the dining room table and chairs. It really pulls together the whole room. There's a small bar off to the left used for any parties I may have in the future.

The dining room leads right into the kitchen and I have to say, it's one of my favorite rooms. I love the rustic look of the walls. My favorite part of the room though is definitely the long counter top parallel to the actual area of cooking. I can see all of us sitting there in the morning for breakfast.

Across the hall from the kitchen is the boys room. It has a more modern look and Robbie, being the only child-aged boy at the time, absolutely loves it. Of course, like most of the other rooms in the house, it's blue.

The girls room is another one of my favorite rooms. It is entirely pink and adorable. This room also has a modern look to it and is right beside the boys room. Lucy, Becks, and Cecelia absolutely love it. They all have a bit of a girly girl side to them so they really adore it.

Across the hall from the kids' bedrooms,(there are many hallways! I am going to get lost!)there is a bathroom for the boys. It is entirely blue(to match their bedroom) and looks a lot like my old bathroom.

Right beside it is a bathroom for the girls. It is exactly the same as the boys bathroom, but it's pink.

The last room on the first floor(and also beside the girls bathroom) is the laundry room. I spend so much time in here, it's ridiculous. I even bought a small TV to place on the opposite side of the wall to give me something to do while I'm here.

Now onto the second floor, this room is basically a room for the kids to watch TV and play video games. Hopefully not too much. The screen is absolutely huge and is the only available television for the kids. I hope I don't have to resolve any problems with fighting over the remote...

The upstairs bathroom was simple and well... bluish. It also resembled the other two bathrooms when it came to where everything was placed.

Next to the upstairs bathroom is a small fitness room. I want my kids to stay healthy and there is something for everyone to do in here! Personally, I prefer the yoga or cardio workouts.

Across yet another hall from the bathroom and fitness room, is a room dedicated to music. A lot of my kids a very artistic and love painting and playing instruments. So, I created this room for them to entertain their friends and have a great time!

The room next to the party room is mainly for skills. I also added a photo booth in there because the kids saw one at a carnival the other week and spent all of their allowance taking funny pictures. Photo booths are almost always very expensive, but hey, Ebay can do great things!

When I first bought this house, I noticed that there was a big empty space in the hallway across from the nursery. So, I had two rooms built. The kids are always complaining about how there is nowhere quiet that they can do home work. I built one room for the girls...

and another room for the boys. Each room has a few computers in them for the kids to use to research and things.

Like I said before, the nursery is right across the hall from the two "home work" rooms. I, of course, made it blue.

I even put a rocking chair in the one corner to rock the little ones to sleep.

My all time favorite room of the house, my room, is ENORMOUS. It has a large blue bed, a mirror for dressing in the morning, a reading area, another TV for Matthew and I to use, a desk, and a beautiful blue carpet. I love it so much!

My private bathroom is also blue. I know, I know, what a surprise, huh? I really do love blue!

Also in the backyard is the pool. The kids squealed with delight when I told them we would have our own pool. It's very big, and deep, so I have to be careful to watch them. I don't want any of them to get hurt.

Last but not least, in the very back yard, is a small sitting area to roast marsh mellows and enjoy the outdoors. Like I said, this house is huge, and I know that I'm going to get lost quite a few times!


Lucy grew into a gorgeous teenager. Her and Blake Skype each other everyday and I find it cute. I remember myself at that age. She always talks about him and calls him constantly. It gets annoying at times, but I know that he really cares about her too.

Becks is quite the beauty also. She love sports and has taken a liking to field hockey. She has her eyes are some boy in her Biology class and prom is drawing here... ;)

Cecelia has a very pretty skin tone, but it's very pale. She loves traveling and is fascinated by different countries and cultures. I could see her going into the same career as Matthew when she's older.

Robbie is still such a handsome kid. He doesn't have a girlfriend, but has a big crush on a girl in his class. I'm not sure who she is, but from what I've heard, she's very friendly. He still plays soccer and made the varsity team at his high school!

Ashton has no visible signs of his father in him. Well, that I can see. He still is quite the cutie though. He's taken an interest in law enforcement and loves solving "mysteries" around the house.

From left to right: Cara, Mackenzie, and Amy. Cara has Logan's blond hair and my blue eyes. Mackenize has red hair and strange grey eyes, and Amy has my blue hair and Logan's green eyes. They are all just so adorable I can't stand it. All three of them have such bubbly personality and high pitched laughs. Despite their very same personalities, they look nothing alike.


A few days after we had settled into our new home, I was walking to my bedroom when I noticed something I hadn't seen before. It looked like an old piece of technology. Almost like an ancient elevator if I had to describe it, which may sound foolish, but that's what it looked like to me! I slowly walked over to it and say a small keypad.

I stared down at the keypad, and a thought struck me. I had heard of time machines before. I never thought they existed though. Was I standing in front of a time machine? Did I have the option to go to the future? Well, with me being the curious idiot I am, I punched in a random number in the future and the doors opened.

I took a deep breath.

"Ok, Chloe, relax. Nothing bad is going to happen." I said to myself. Right?

I stepped inside the doors and was immersed  inside a blinding purple light.

I felt like my body was being pulled in every direction and it was very uncomfortable. I immediately regretted doing this.

I began to panic when finally, the pulling sensation subsided, and I found myself standing in a lush, green, environment.

I had fallen when I had "landed" and was still lying on the ground. The smell of fresh grass and flowers filled my nose and I couldn't help but smile. Even though I had never been here before, I knew I was in Hidden Springs. I stood up and took in my surroundings.

"Chloe, why don't you take the kids out to play? I'll be out in about fifteen minutes. Just let me finish grilling up these hamburgers." I heard someone say.

I quietly made my way over to where I thought I heard the voice come from and peered through the fence. What I saw made me gasp. Not too loudly thankfully, but loud enough for her, well me, to hear.

I saw future me look in the direction I was standing and I ducked. Thankfully, she didn't come over to check it out or I would have been dead meat.

I noticed she was carrying a child. Both in her arms and in her womb. She looked to be about three months pregnant. At first, I just assumed that the child was a baby that would be in my challenge, but then I realized that there was no way that I would have moved to a different town in the middle of it. It's just not something I would ever dream of doing.

So, this had to be after my challenge. Didn't it?

I then heard the laughter of a young child and my eyes darted to the source of the noise. A young boy, about six years old, was climbing on the jungle gym in the back yard.

"Be careful Max!" I heard myself yell. "We don't want broken bones! I've had over 100 kids. None of them broke a bone. I'm not going to let my first experience with them be with my 101st kid." I heard myself chuckle after I said that last sentence.

"I will mom!" He shouted back.

So he is mine. I thought.

Both of those children definitely are. They look too much like me to not be.

I continued observing myself and the kids when something dawned on me. There was someone I was talking to earlier. Who was it?

I watched myself put the little girl on the ground and shout to the boy.

"Max! Watch your sister for one minute! I'll be back outside in a sec." She said.

"Ok mom!"

I watched myself go back inside and strained to hear the conversation.

"Hey honey, how's lunch going?" I heard her ask.

"Great! I should be finished in five minutes." No matter how hard I tried, I couldn't see who she was talking to.

"They look delicious." she stated.

"Of course they do, Chloe. Anything looks good to you right now. You're pregnant." He laughed. So I was right about that.

"Haha. Very funny." I saw her smile.

He pulled her in for a kiss.

"Wow. You haven't kissed me that great since our wedding day." She giggled.

"Well, ya know. I try."

I couldn't hear the rest of the conversation, but I saw myself coming back outside.

A few seconds later, I saw the door open once again he began to walk out. Before I could see his face, I was sucked back into the time stream.

When I was thrown back into my hallway,I nearly fell over once again, but controlled my balance. I couldn't quite comprehend what I had just seen. I was obviously married and had children, but something bothered me. Something that I had been thinking about the second I saw that little girl.

Both children had light brown hair.

Matthew's hair is blue...


Later that afternoon I fed the triplets their lunch. When Cara threw her plate off of her high chair, I didn't even scold her. I kept thinking about what I had seen earlier. Maybe the children are adopted? No. They look exactly like me besides the hair. I just cleaned up Cara's mess and fed the Amy and Mackenzie.

Amy just giggled at her sister and patiently waited for her food. Then she said something that upset me.

"I want my daddy!" She whimpered.

"Amy, you know your daddy lives in Sunlit Tides. You just saw him the other day! He had to go back home though. You understand that don't you?" I gave her a look of concern.

"Yes mommy. When will daddy be back?"

"I don't know, sweetheart."

I finally got to feeding Mackenzie and watched her gobble up her food while still thinking about earlier. Should I go back into the machine? Will I see more?

After the girls finished eating and had been put down for their naps, I decided to work out a bit to clear my mind. It was working out well until Matthew walked in and I relived it all in a second.

"Hey!" He started. "Where've you been? I've been looking all over the place for you!"

"I, uh, I've just been working out." I answered. I felt the blood drain from my face. Why did I feel so anxious?  I then realized I didn't want him to know what I had seen. I was afraid of how he would react. Was the man that I had heard him? Maybe our kids just had a random hair color. That's happened to a few of my kids. But to both of them? I just didn't understand it and until I did, I didn't want Matthew to know.

"Are you ok?" He asked. "You look different."

"Oh, no. I'm fine. Just nauseous. You know, pregnancy and all..." I explained. "I'm actually going to make a trip to the bathroom now. Those pancakes we had for breakfast aren't treating my stomach very well.."

"Oh, alright. Feel better." He quick kissed my cheek and then I left the room.

The next father in my challenge is a man named Clarence Magik. As you can see, he's a fairy. I was ecstatic when I found his sperm. He has light purple skin, pink hair, pink eyes, and sparkly wings. I can't wait to see if the baby or babies is a fairy!

After vomiting in the toilet repeatedly for the next hour, I rinsed out my mouth with listorine and woke up the triplets from their nap.

I wanted to give each of them a chance to ride the spring riders. I knew that they had their heart set on riding one since the day we moved here. I let Amy go first and she really loved it. The little giggles that escaped her mouth made my heart melt.

Cara's face just lit up when it was her turn. She loved the rocket ship the best because it counted done from 10-1 before it started moving. She loved sitting in anticipation.

Mackenzie's favorite is the sea horse because it blows bubbles while you ride. I swear, she enjoyed popping the bubbles more than she did the actual ride. When each of them had had their turn, I retreated inside with all three of them to start dinner.

I was mentally and physically exhausted by the end of the day, so when it came to dinner, it was going to be something simple and easy. Pasta. Who doesn't love pasta?

When I had finished cooking, I began getting drinks out when I saw Snowy helping himself to the spaghetti I had stupidly left on the counter. Great. I ended up having to buy a pizza which everyone was happy about.

After everyone was fed, I sent the older kids to bed and took the little ones into the nursery to rock them to sleep.

It took a lot longer than you would think. Lucy had stuffed all three of them with sugar filled cookies. She loved to spoil them. Mackenzie to the longest to fall asleep. She was convinced that her daddy was coming to read her a story and she wanted to stay awake and wait for him. Eventually she did fall asleep, but I made a note to call Logan and set up a visit.

 They all look so peaceful when they are asleep.

The next few days flew by, and I found myself giving birth to a beautiful baby girl that I named Elle. I was ecstatic that she inherited her father's skin tone and judging by the sparkles that constantly surrounded her, she was in fact, a fairy. I tried to focus on the kids to get my mind off of the strange adventure I had had the other day. I convinced myself that I would find out it time, but I was still dying to know.


Note: I'm sorry for all of the picture spam when it comes to the triplets. Logan really loves his kids xD Anyway, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed writing it! :D