Daiki decided to come over to the house, which is fine by Alola. She’s ready to pop any moment so it’s quite convenient to have him around! For some reason, though, he felt the need to serenade the toilet before using it.Read More »
Alola decided she wanted to record a beauty tips this time around and Patchy even decided to help her out by providing royalty free music! How kind of him~ She’s not even going to question how a scarecrow learned how to play violin.Read More »
When the house was built, they left Alola a gift – a Patchy the pumpkin scarecrow. The construction worker claimed that Patchy had been handed down through his family for generations, but he had neither the space nor the desire to keep such an ugly thing. Always one for the strange or unusual, she decided to set him up beside her beloved beetles to keep them company.Read More »
Alola wants to keep a family album to leave her children. Here’s the first picture to start off the journey!
After parting ways with Naoki, she decided she wanted to finally explore the neighborhood. She happened to catch something colorful from the corner of her eye and decided to investigate. While she has no idea what he’s supposed to be or from what, she can’t deny that he’s absolutely adorable! She just had to get a picture with him.Read More »
The next day, Alola asked Naoki out to the coffee shop to further woo him without his wife there to stick her nose into their business. It started out well, but other sims decided to intrude on their personal time. More specifically, an elder sim that felt the need to comment on their relationship.Read More »
Welcome to the 100 Baby Challenge!
Hello and welcome to my playthrough of the 100 baby challenge (for the nine millionth time). Hopefully this one will be the one where I finally complete the challenge ._.)/ With that said, let’s get into it!
After an eight-hour flight, Alola has finally arrived in Mt. Komorebi where she will begin this new chapter in her journey. She settled down on 2-4-1 Wakabamori, where she was able to negotiate quite the deal to have a house constructed. The problem? You get what you pay for and the deal turned out to not be quite such a deal after all.Read More »