When we left off last, Taeyeon had just become a toddler. First order of business for Korea was making sure Don knew it was over. Being a Commitment Issues Sim, Don had no issues just being friends.
Don is quickly put to work so that Korea can deal with other things she needs to deal with.
I don’t know if Taeyeon asked him to do flash cards with her or if he did it on his own, but I did not control this.
I do however get Taeyeon to ask Don for a bath.
And Yunho is a teenager now. He rolled Childish for his teen trait and his Adult Aspiration is Super Parent.
His birthday fell on Season Premiere Day so there was much TV watching that day. And as per normal with KPop idols there was some plastic surgery to remove excess weight because these Sims get fat too quickly.
Normal day at the residence. I hope I don’t get too many vegetarians. Having to make sure I’m not grabbing meat options is a bit of a pain.
And it’s time to find a Sim to be the father of baby number 3. Options are tested out and then we find J Huntington III. He’ll do.
It also happens to be love day and Korea wants to go on a date. So she goes on one with J. It’s a gold date.
She also talks with some of the other Sims at the lot for future baby fathers down the line.
The advice asking is nice, but interrupts things more than I would like.
And we’ve adopted another child, this time a female and her name is Jessica. Junsu and Taeyeon are sad at getting another sibling.
This is what their house looks like now. They got a night light as I was sick and tired of the monsters showing up every single night. It’s ridiculous.
Korea and Yunho caring for the kids.
The toddler bedroom is a common hang out for the kids, especially when eating.
Junsu has aged to child. He’s got the Artistic Prodigy aspiration and he landed on Active as his child trait.
And the next day, Jessica aged to toddler and she’s Inquisitive. She’s also absolutely adorable.
And that’s it for this chapter!
Idol Jessica is named after Jessica Jung. Her Korean name is Jung Soo-young. She was born on April 18, 1989 in San Francisco, California, USA. She left Girls’ Generation due to conflicts between her and SM Entertainment. The exact reasons and exactly how it went down are not clear, but the only thing I can say for certain is that it wasn’t Jessica’s idea. She is now signed with Coridel Entertainment and is currently a solo artist. While with Girls’ Generation her role was main vocalist.
The following YouTube video is for the music video of the song “Gee” which was released on June 8, 2009. The song was the first for a KPop girl group to surpass 100 million views and won Song of the Year at many award shows.