A drawback to the off-grid life: no burglar alarm to scare away the burglars!
Luckily I was able to wake up Adirim and get her to phone the police in time.
Both Adirim and Chadrick have the “Bookworm” trait. I love finding them spontaneously reading books to little Felicity!
But soon it was time for Toddler Felicity to grow up into Child Felicity.
She looks a bit, dare I say it, frumpy? I love all my Sims regardless, of course. But she’s kind of a potato head.
Chadrick and Adirim love the dart board! Adirim usually wins.
As a challenge for this generation, I decided to try to get Felicity all the way to “five-star famous.”
One way to climb the star system is to make friends with other celebrities. Felicity’s grandfather Ferris Wheel is a three-star celebrity, so I invited all the other Alphabettis over for a house party.
I had Felicity introduce herself to her grandfather. But she wasn’t able to get any farther, because – to quote the game’s tooltip message – “Children cannot impress celebrities.” (Ouch!) The game also pointed out that “Ferris Wheel thinks that Felicity is being boring.” (Double ouch!)
She had better luck with her aunts, who aren’t as famous as her grandfather.
But at the end of the day, all she wanted to do was stand outside in the garden and paint. I can’t blame her!