When Dahlia went into labor, she had a wish to go to the hospital for the birth. I dutifully told her to go to the hospital. But I thought she would take a cab; I certainly didn’t mean for her to BIKE there.
And soon she came home with baby girl Kirby.
Zombie of the Week: Zombie Evil Male Fairy. Love it!
By the way, fairies can also occupy a tiny fairy house. They transform into a little blob of light, Tinkerbelle-style, and fly in there. Here, Dahlia is holding a house party.
I reaaalllly wish you could see inside the tiny fairy house. That would please me.
Dahlia and June received a free hot tub, just for being celebrities. I plunked it down in the yard, because why not.
I was about to have them “Try for Baby” to have a spare heir. But I guess I had been overlooking the game’s pop-up messages, because it was Dahlia’s birthday. She leaped out of the hot tub and did a happy dance.
“It’s my birthday!”
When you friend another player, you can send each other gifts in-game. I like sending and receiving the Mystery Gift, which is a random store item. Someone sent us this couch.
I put it in the yard, too. Stray dogs sleep on it at night.
Little baby Kirby grew into a bald toddler. At this point it is apparent that she is not a fairy, else she would have some kind of visual effect.
Speaking of visual effects: who is that strange woman in our hot tub, and what is she doing that she looks so sinister?
For reasons unknown to me, whenever Dahlia finds Kirby inside the house, she carries her outside and deposits her in the fenced garden.
I don’t think it’s a good idea to have a toddler hanging out in a garden where the sprinklers run 24/7. But I guess it’s not up to me.
I finally gave up trying to control or correct this behavior, and added some toddler toys to keep Kirby entertained.
Their lot is truly enormous. Big enough that I was able to build a substantial forest in the back corner. Like all good forests, it comes complete with a mysterious stone circle with a single scorched tree in the center.
Which looks very mysterious and spooky in the dark.
The Alphabettis are doing pretty well financially at the moment. I decided to celebrate by buying them a trampoline and building them an above-ground swimming pool.
Which, naturally, I put in the yard. (Hmm… looks like the back yard could do with a few more weeds and dandelions.)