Welcome back! Scarlet had made good friend with her twins in the last chapter.
That means, I can age them up because babies are lame.
Annette is Inquisitive.
Nicholas is Angelic.
After the impromptu wedding downstairs, we pop up to the nursery and find the two sitting and chatting together.
We also note that they both got Dad’s skin. Boo.
But they are still freaking adorable.
One of the bedrooms next to the nursery is converted into a sort of playroom.
Having two parents means they both can have a contest on who can get skills done faster.
Annette wins the first level of potty competition, but only by a minute. The race is one for communication.
Well, that’s no bueno.
She wastes reward points on a moodlet solver, which left her very flirty for some reason. Also, Nicholas tries to escape his skill building.
Annette: Magically appearing food, I’ll take it.
It’s been a long day. They got communication to 5. I think potty is at 2 since they were both able to go by themselves in the previous pics.
Scarlet’s aspiration requires 100 hours of computer time. She’s at 40, so that won’t get done this decade.
Tablet time. I’m pretty sure they are playing something for imagination.
Or not. They went downstairs to talk to Stephan, who bails and heads upstairs.
Instead it’s dinner with mom.
Human form. Annette is a little peeved. I think she has to potty.
I caught Stephan and Scarlet having some fun. I am so glad they can’t auto TFB. Go at kids, I don’t care.
Annette’s imagination finally gets to level 2 and goes out to play. i don’t see an increased rate in imagination skilling though.
Learning to say Please and Thank You.
Learning to say Sorry.
Flash cards, reading toddler books and then block stacking time.
Then it’s make believe time while the other slides. Or levitates if you’re Annette.
Might as well get a butler who reads toddler books to himself too.
Still working on that last potty level.
I noticed his eyes for the first time and got excited that it was from Victoria, but his dad has the same color eyes. I was bummed.
Scarlet now regrets turning him down for the 900,000 outings he called for.
Tablet time with mom and dad.
Nicholas is downstairs on his tablet alone. Poor baby.
The crush is on to get them done before their birthday. I think I may be pushing them too hard.
They eventually get to go to bed, but they are woken up for more skilling as soon as they are in the green.
It’s to the point now that they use their diapers. Yes, Annette got to the potty and stood there to use her diaper instead.
Annette is now done.
But Nicholas is such a slacker.
He’s doing everything he can to not skill.
A very angry Annette used her diaper.
Made a mess.
Then threw a tantrum after being scolded for her mess.
We then do an adult check. Scarlet is Very Tense and Stephan his peed himself and passed out.
This doesn’t stop either of them from aging up to adult though.
Stephan was told several times to bathe Nicholas to no use. Scarlet finally steps in and does it herself. In the bottom corner, you see Annette’s head and green film. She’s had a bath, but after some recent tantrums and pooping herself, she needs another.
Now she’s sad. Again.
That’s not your imagination skill, mister!
Although, it is nice to him smile again.
Story time with mommy.
Bed time with Annette and daddy.
Scarlet and Stephan finally finished this block thing, but it did not make the imagination skill go any faster.
Then Natalie left us.
A very, very sad Scarlet spends her day blogging about her feelings autonomously instead of helping Nicholas like she was told to.
This is not the time for food!
Seriously? There are more important things to be doing.
Nicholas: I don’t want a story, mommy. I want night night.
Scarlet: Tough shit, kid. It’s your birthday.
Seriously, that’s it to level 5. Stick it out, kid.
Yay! Poor baby.
Annette: I’m tired, hungry and I have to potty. I don’t want to grow up now.
Scarlet: Too bad.
Oh c’mon. WTF.
The Butler died of hunger with a fridge full of about 30 food dishes.
Scarlet manages to get both kids to the cake before Grim showed up.
But the pleading was not successful. Also, Nicholas grew up with blonde hair and black eyebrows. I was amused.
We have no interest in having you stick around. Later, dumbass.
Both kids head off to get some basic needs taken care of.
The new butler arrives the next morning.
Next time, watch the journey from child to teen. With two kids, it really is time consuming.