Monthly Archives: November 2010

Goodbye Good Friend

Sezar sat on the couch, by his little rascal, they each were waiting for their Momma to come down the stairs.  “You’re gonna go see Miss Drew tonight.  Sound good?”  Javier happily munched on his fingers, unaware of what his … Continue reading

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Changing Hands

The store was full of people, and yet, she felt alone.  She was stuck in a sort of daze that was tinged with both sadness and excitement.

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Hopes and Dreams

As the child of two knowledge sims, it’s only natural that Brocke’s little mind would be excelling already, even at this age. His days are a constant mishmash of playing with different enrichment toys, and being read to everything around … Continue reading

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The Toy Maker’s Daughter

If there’s one thing David feels he’s called to in life, it is hands down, that of being a dad.

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Momma’s Little Tornado

Momma’s little tornado, that’s what she’s lovingly nicknamed her son.  Keeping track of three businesses is hard, but being responsible for a mischievous little boy is a whole different type of challenge.  Some days he spends with the Galloways, but … Continue reading

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not in the spotlight

As seen a couple posts ago, Reynaldo really has moved into Galloway Township, in what I’m hoping will be a more modern feeling section.  Originally I thought I would be writing updates for him as well, but then Drew had … Continue reading

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Twins Turning Toddler

The Galloway house was filling up once again.  Two of the town’s youngest members are outside on the front porch getting to know each other.  Brocke wants to give little Javier a hug, but he’s not so sure about it … Continue reading

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