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Emily and Minnie spend a lot of time playing chess together, which I thought was quite weird for young girls. Good, but weird.
This chapter is dedicated to Emily and Minnie's childhood. They are best friends and primarily play with each other, unless a neighbor wanders into their yard.
They tell silly secrets, like how dad farted at the store and an old lady gave him a nasty look, but he pretended it wasn't him.
"I love you Minnie," Emily said. "You're my best sister."
"Mine too," giggled Minnie.
Once these girls transformed into princesses, no one could get them to take the dang dresses off, even when they played outside in the mud.
Kyle was so proud of Emily's natural artistic ability that he bought her an easel of her own. She already has 3 skill points in painting due to reading toddler books.
It's fortunate these girls get along so well. Emily doesn't seem to mind letting Minnie take the lead, even when her "great idea" is checking the sink again or washing her hands 3 times.
Minnie also never takes her headband off, not even in the bathtub, and no amount of prodding from mom will change her mind.
Emily decided to try her hand at writing a story. My goodness Emily, you have too many aspirations to keep track of. She wants to be an artist, a writer, and a musician.
Minnie as been learning to cook and stores her muffins in the fridge to help mommy feed the family in the mornings. Everyone loves her baking (she baked some perfect quality muffins)!
I wanted to show you some close-ups to demonstrate that these twins are not identical. Above is Minnie; the corners of her eyes turn down like her father's.
This is Emily, who I think is the prettier of the two. They are definitely fraternal twins.
And no, I didn't forget about our adorable toddler twins. Above is Sandra, excited for breakfast.
And here is Christina, posing pretty.
I can't get enough of cute toddler Sims, and they age up so dang fast, just like in real life.
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).