Matilda’s time to spin into elderhood!
Still cute as a button! 🙂
Tate celebrated with some of his adorable elder dancing…
…and some sneaky hanky-panky when nobody was around.
Life in the Ivey household is basically work – work-out – sleep – work… At least for Ana and Dahlia. The others exchange the working out part for various work-related skilling. Tate’s writing, Matilda is hacking and Deb researches the stock market. So we basically have the computer club and the gym buddies.
Anywhoooo, not much screenshot worthy happened – so it’s already time for Deb to give birth! Deb spent quite a big part of her pregnancy asleep in various places in between the working and skilling, otherwise it was a rather smooth pregnancy.
I figured that we’d done a rather good job at placing Newcrest on the map right now that they’d earned their right to a hospital by now. I didn’t think Deb would appreciate a home birth, either!
Hah, they have a ghost receptionist!
Don’t be so glum, dear, look at the team you’ve got to help you through this! You could’ve been at home on your own now!
Uhmmm. How old is the doctor…?
I don’t like the look the nurses are exchanging, either.
And poor Ana is left outside the room. Oh boy…
Doctor: ”Don’t worry, I know what I’m doing!”
Doctor: ”Wait, are there supposed to be two babies?”
Doctor: ”Yeah, okay, that’ll be all. It’s ladies night at the bar, so if you excuse me…”
Yep, it’s twins!
Hank and Kelsey Ivey!
They made it back to the house in one piece, and so did the babies. Phew!
The attic now functions as a gym/bar/nursery. It’s… uh… efficient?
To be fair, the two crying babies were nearly enough to drive me this insane, as well. Ana gets an excuse for actually having the trait…
Luckily there are lots of responsible adults in the house to help out!
They be all cute and quiet. Then one of them would start crying…
…quickly followed by the other.