Meet Henry. Emily found him in the backyard and thought he'd be a fun pet for the kids, well, particularly Christopher as he grows up.
Emily took to being a mother (of a newborn) really well. She didn't even mind the long nights, but maybe that was because her work hours are so flexible.
Evan came over to meet his 5th child; he was glad to have another son. He also admitted to Emily that he hadn't been fully honest with his wife and she still didn't know about Emily or Chris.
Emily took a bath to chill out. It was good to have some time to herself to think. It was hard to believe that Erin (his wife) bought Evan's story of "I traveled back in time and a girl followed me back claiming to be my daughter but I have no idea how that happened."
While Evan was over spending time with his kids, she decided to get out of the house. Plus, if she was really honest with herself (which she wasn't ready to be), she was resentful with Evan for not leaving his wife yet, even though they never talked about it.
Evie showed her father her violin "skill" (she still sounds terrible) and he played her a lullaby he'd written when his older kids were babies. It also helped Christopher drift back into sleep. Despite the lies, these two have a really strong relationship. Evan is always there for Evie when she calls in tears about boys.
Grimmy showed up just then to collect a stray dog. I thought it was pretty sweet how he played with him first. Gosh it's not a normal week without Grim showing up for one reason or another.
Pluto was both fascinated and terrified. Meeting Grim reminded him of his own mortality, but it was nice to know how the whole death thing worked.
Mr. Reaper made me really nervous when he walked up to Kyle with important business to attend to, but it was a false alarm.
It seems that Mr. Reaper feels comfortable enough with the Jensen household that walking into their home uninvited to talk about hotdogs was no big thing.
Kyle named this masterpiece "Dude in Boots." Very fitting. He's been painting a lot of masterpieces lately.
That night, Robin invited himself over to hang out, which Evie didn't mind. She feels confused about her feelings for him, but she's been enjoying the attention, as any teenage girl would.
She kicked his butt in ping pong, but he didn't seem to mind.
Despite the chill that's settled over Aurora Skies, the two lovebirds decided to watch the stars. Robin was more of a gentleman than Evie had expected.
When it was time for Robin to go home, he admitted, "I really like you Evie." She had heard he was a player, but something about the way he was treating her tonight, a little less cocky than when they were together in public, made her think he was sincere.
Before he could ask her to be his girlfriend or anything that serious, she kissed him goodbye. "See you at school Robin," she said in finality as she walked inside.
My name is Sarah and I've been playing the Sims since Sims 1 was born. I am a therapist/counselor by day and a gamer by night, and a mommy always (my son is 6).