Not that the Iveys need a reason to throw a party, but this particular day is London’s birthday!
London’s probably wondering who all the strange kids in the house are, but at least she’s got trusty old Nanny Jeffrey’s there to celebrate her.
My, my, Trevor! This isn’t a clothing optional event.
Not yet, at least!
Happy birthday, London!
Ohhh, another elder! …I actually have no clue who this is. Random pedestrian the kids befriended? Sorry, dear.
Nanny Jeffreys: ”Great parrrrty! You know, I remember when you were jay high…”
Felipe: ”That’s, uh, nice…? Huh? What’s that? Oh, got somewhere I have to be, but uh… nice talking to you.”
Trenton: ”My beautiful wife, just as gorgeous as the day we met!”
London: ”Your eye-sight is that bad, huh? Man, getting old just has sooo many perks.”
Doesn’t mean he has to stop enjoying the party!
Though it may not be that obvious, the teens still go to school. Aimee took the chance to enjoy some more of Casa Ivey and came home from school with River.
River: ”Be cool, be cool, be cool…”
Their rendezvous was unfortunately interrupted.
Sadly, London’s away at work…
…and the kids. Well…
River: ”Haha, gotta film this! Classic Dad.”
…there we go, now he’s getting it.
RIP dear Trenton. Your kids are idiots.
Well, it’s their birthday today, so why not throw a party?
Felipe’s scoring tonight!
Hey River, it’s your birthday… Why the long face?
Geek. Actually, that’s his new trait.
Felipe rolled outgoing. Shocking.
Felipe: ”Ah, great scotch. I prefer the old stuff, you know, not like what the kids are drinking. I want my drink to be just as old as I am.”
Bartender: ”Kid, I know this is your birthday party…”
At least he can have cake.
If you want something done, you’ve got to do it yourself. Felipe is off learning Mixology.
The party was a success, but man does it get dirty.
Good thing they’ve got a kid sister to clean their mess up…
…cause there’s no time to rest. More parties, yayyyy……. This aspiration is going to be the death of your simgod, you hear me? -_-
Felipe: ”Well helllllo there good-lookin’!”
Trevor’s gotten past the age gap, and they’re both
consenting adults now. If there’s something I’m still a little iffy about with the Sims 4 is that you can barely tell a difference between kids and adults. Now that we have toddlers we’ve got a bit more variation, I suppose, but before you went from a baby to a kid to basically looking the same ’til the day you die. It may be somewhat true to life that some 14-year-olds look 20 and the other way around, but when I always have to hover over a sim that walks by to discern how old they are, it can get a little weird.
Ahem, rant over! Back to business…
Business of getting busy, that is! Wooh!