Welcome back to Range Valley, population 7,650.
We now catch up with the Karimi family, who felt that they were getting under the feet of the Lee family.
Lacey and Joseph had planned on quietly celebrating Lacey’s birthday, but Emily Dallas had other plans, and follows Joseph home. I think she’s husband hunting.
Lacey ages up anyway, into a very cute Elder. She looks all soft and sweet.
Elliott makes friends with Aubrey Landry, and the two bond over how people use their names for girls now. Sorry lads, but I like previously traditional dude names that became girl names, but for dudes. Laurel and Casey share your pain.
Rosalind discovers her passion for music, and I cannot drag her away from the piano, like, ever.
And Elliott discovers dancing, which he both is good at, and enjoys.
Realising that she couldn’t play favourites with the Lee quadruplets, the Matchmaker brings Lacey and her family a lamp, too.
Joseph has a ponder, and wishes for peace of mind. He isn’t that much younger than Lacey, and he wants to be sure he gets a long, happy retirement with her.
It’s Elliott’s birthday, and Joseph takes the time to teach him how to study, because I apparently didn’t get round to that yet? Bad simmer.
Thankfully, Elliott’s hat and NASA shirt also come in adult sizes. I have also realised that his shirt says SASA. Sim American Space Agency? Sure, why not? He is a fortune sim, like his dad.
Meanwhile, Rosalind makes friend with Jay Lind, and then never thinks of him ever again. Knowledge sims…
And both Karimi children are idiots who stay outside in the cold for too long. I will not have your dumbass deaths on my hands, you too!
Surprisingly, they make it to the end of the round. Cute family!
Playable Sims: 153
CAS-Sims Available: 37
Community Lots: 16
Total Lots: 40
Business Districts: 3.
Town Funds: $712,000
Uni Funds: $840,000