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    • S"ll
working
hard
on
the
family
history,
Ly7on?

    • “In
point
of
fact,
I’ve
done.”

    • “Perhaps
not
precisely
done.

But
I
have
completed
all
my
major
 research,
and
I
have
been
able
to
resolve
some
interes"ng
ques"ons
 concerning
our
ancestress‐‐

    • “Margery Goodytwoshoes.”

    • “She appears to have been somewhat more inten8onal and  deliberate than I had previously thought.  Had I men8oned that she had been unjustly accused of  witchcra@ in her youth?  I had not?  Perhaps this was owing to  her friendship and fondness for cats.”

    • “Or perhaps because of a reputa8on as an industrious, virtuous,  studious. . .   ‐‐ah.  Here is the historic record: We have rid the village of yon obnoxious mayden, henceforth shamed with the name of Goodytwoshoes. A pox of her for learning the tendre youth to read.” 
    • “And more importantly, she le@ a wriIen record of her  inten8ons.”

    • “Whereas opportunities for women are limited, my heir from henceforth shall be an heirefs.”
    • “Whereas virtue tendeth to human felicity, chief among thefe the steadfaft and loyal love of family and friends, my heirefs shall profefs faithful love.”
    • “Whereas shee is the queen among flowers, my heirefs shall be named Rofe. And for all pofsterity, ye motto of all who calleth themfelves my descendants fhall bee—”
    • “I will be goode.”
    • “And fo they fhall. Alfoe, they fhall keep felines. This is very important.”
    • “I
must
admit
it
is
somewhat
melancholy
to
be
so
close
to
 comple"on
aHer
such
a
long
"me,
but
aHer
all,
I
must
finish
the
 final
draH
and
see
it
through
the
press.”

    • “And
then
I
shall
a7empt
to
accustom
myself
to
indolence.”

    • When
we
last
leH
the
family,
Genera"on
Nine
heiress
Elaine
 Goodytwoshoes
had
just
married
Ian
Legacina‐‐

    • ‐‐to
everyone’s
sa"sfac"on,
especially
hers.

    • Elaine
was
also
expec"ng
their
first
child.
But

would
this

prove
 to
be
the
long‐awaited

10th
genera"on
heiress?


    • And
what,
if
anything,
was
Max
wai"ng
for?

    • In
the
mean"me,
there
were
construc"ve
things
that
needed
to
 be
done,
such
as
pain"ng
genera"onal
portraits–

    • And
wri"ng
a
best‐selling
roman"c
novel,
a
task
to
which
Elaine

 is
uniquely
suited.

    • Luckily,
gooey
romance
never
goes
out
of
style.

    • There
are
long‐established
tasks
for
Legacy
husbands
as
well,
and
Ian
set
 to
work
earning
his
gold
toy
making
badge–with
li7le
complaint
by
him,
 or
anyone
else,
as
long
as
he
could
wear
shirtless
pajamas.

    • Elaine’s
plan
to

become
a
Professional
Party
Guest
had
to
be
put
on
 temporary
hold.

    • As
for
Penelope
and
Dinadan,
there
wasn’t
much
to
do
except
for
fishing.

 And
wai"ng.

    • Or

playing
with
and
training
cats,
like
Cappucino.

    • Finally,
everyone’s
pa"ence
was
rewarded.



    • “It’s
a
baby!”
 “It’s
a
baby!”
 “Yay!

It’s
a
baby!”

    • Elaine:

Aw,
look
at
my
sweet
li7le
cherub.

Are
you
Mother’s
sweet
 angel?
 Yeah,
but
what
KIND
is
it?

I
don’t
care
how
cherubic
the
baby
is.

I
just
 want
to
know
its
gender.

    • Yep,
Elaine
and
Ian
had
a
beau"ful
li7le
girl
on
the
first
try.


 They
named
her
Rowena.
 THE
END.

    • Just
kidding.

Obviously
not.


 Elaine:

She
would
have
been
beau"ful
even
if
she
had
been
a
 boy.


 I’m
glad
you
feel
that
way,
because
you
can
try
for
another
right
 away.

    • Remember,
I
promised
her
father
Dinadan
he
could
have
six
 grandchildren,
so
I
had
to
let

Palomides

and
Stacey
get
married.


    • There
isn’t
a
lot
of
room
in
their
backyard.

Gawaine
wasn’t
even
the
first
 in
the
gate,

but
somehow,
he
slipped
to
the
front
of
the
line.

    • Gawaine:

Hold
it.
You’re
not
properly
married
unless
I
supervise.

    • Gawaine:

Okay,
go
ahead.

    • Palomides:

Thank
you.
 Gawaine:
You’re
welcome.

    • Even
their
other

brother,
Parsifal,

and
the
father
of
the
groom
were
out
 on
the
curb.

    • Elaine
and
Ian
seemed
much
more
interested
in
each
other.

    • Cake
and
celebra"on
followed.

    • For
everyone
except
the
an"social,
who
clearly
do
not
know
how
to
 behave
at
weddings.
 ‐‐‐
 This
is
Molly,
the

daughter
of
Ulysses
and
Doc
Nerd.
She
gets
it
from
 both
parents,
alas.

    • Dinadan:

I
don’t
want
to
be
a
nosy
old
father‐in‐law,
but
I
do
hope
you’ll
 be
star"ng
a
family.

Will
you
be
star"ng
a
family
any"me
soon?

    • I
think
that’s
a
yes.

    • I
think
that
is
indeed
a
yes.

    • In
fact,

not
just
a
baby,

but
twin
girls.
Why
couldn’t
I
have
twin
girls
 when
I
needed
them?
This
is
Brangienne.

    • 
And

this
is
Iseult.

I’m
thrilled
to
get
a
li7le
gene"c
variety.

    • 
And
Palomides‐‐
he’s
just
glad
to
have
babies.
He’s
a
Family
Sim
with
the
 LTW
to
send
three
children
to
college,
so
he
might
as
well
get
started
 with
that.

    • Another
set
of
Family
Sims

who
can’t
wait
to
get
started—Lenore
and
 Zane.

    • Of
course,
the
father
of
the
bride,
Stanley
Legacy
of
the
Victorian
 Legacy,
,
was
invited.
 Carmilla:

As
if
anyone
has
to
get
married.

 Actually,
I
suspect
Stanley
has
always
felt
a
bit
uneasy
about
not
being
 married
to
the
mother
of
his
child,
but
aHer
all,
he’s
had
plenty
and
he
 has
married
very
few
of
them.

    • Zane
appears
to
be
a
bit
worried
about
the
wedding,
but
then
he
worries
 about
everything.
There’s
nothing
really
to
worry
about.

    • 
They
even
have
both
sets
of
parents
there.

    • Weddings
in
Leonore’s
family
are
always
candlelit

and
at
night.

It’s
been
 done
this
way
for
genera"ons,
to
accommodate
the
vampire
members
of
 the
family.



    • That’s
true
even
though
the
original
vampire
in
the
family
isn’t
a
vampire
 anymore.
There
is
always
one.

    • 
Lenore:

Are
you
happy,
Zane?

Zane?
Honey?

    • Zane:


Married!
We’re
gedng
married!
 Lenore:

Yes,

we’re
gedng
married.

 Znae:

OMG!

Married!

We’re
gedng
married!
 Lenore:

You
need
to
let
me
put
this
ring
on
your
finger,
swee"e.
Focus.

    • Gilbert:
Romance,
it
is
magnifique, n’est‐ce pas?

    • Gilbert:

As is the cake.  He is my masterpiece. 
    • Cassidy:

Yay
for
Zane
and
Lenore
and
the
cake!
 Suppor"ve
spouses,
how
we
love
them.

    • I’m
not
sure
that
Zane
and
Lenore
will
even
no"ce
the
cake.
I
hope
he’s
not
too
 disappointed.
 Zane:

This
is
the
happiest
day
of
my
en"re
life.

    • Lenore:

I
can’t
promise
you’ll
always
be
happy,
Zane.

But
I
promise

I
will
 always
do
everything
in
my
power
to
help
you
be
happy.
 
And
Lenore
is
a
fairly
powerful
woman.

I’d

take
that
seriously.

    • Count
Whoopie:

Yay!

I
don’t
have
to

do
evening
weddings!
Yay
 sunburn!

    • Max:

What,
precisely,
are
you
doing
here?
 SJ:

Applauding.

What
does
it
look
like?
What
are
you
doing
here?
 Max:

I
am
a
friend
of
the
bride’s
family.
 SJ:

Well,
I
AM
the
groom’s
family.

He
just
doesn’t
know
it.
Have
you
got
 a
problem
with
that?
 Max:

Not
par"cularly.
 SJ:
Good.

Now
quit
drawing
a7en"on
to
me.
I’m
trying
to
be
 inconspicuous.



    • Zane:

Mm.

 Lenore:

Nummy?
 Zane:

Yeah.


Make

sure
you
tell
Dad
so.
It’ll
make
him
really
happy.

    • SJ:
Meh,

the
best
way
to
compliment
a
cake
is
to
eat
it.

    • SJ:

Hey,
Vampire
Girl,
don’t
look
behind
you!
 Max:
Inconspicuous.

    • 
Fortunately,
Lucy
really
hit
it
off
with
SJ.

    • 
Or
perhaps
not.
 Lucy:

Maybe
Max
didn’t
tell
you
this,
Wing
Boy,
but
I
don’t
like
anybody.

    • Lucy:
And–
wait.

What
am
I
supposed
to
be
looking
for?

    • Max:

I
feel
confident
that
it
will
become
evident
to
you
shortly.

    • Lenore:


News
flash:

It
is
my
wedding,

and
it
is
over.
It’s
"me
for
all
of
 you
to
leave
now.

    • One
nice
thing
about
Lenore
is
that
Zane
doesn’t
have
to
say
this
kind
of
 thing,

because
she’ll
do
it
for
him.
And
look,
it
was
a
lovely
wedding.

    • Back
at
the
main
house,
Penelope
and
Ian
have
become
best
buddies.

 They
started
with
a
nega"ve
impression
of
each
other,
so
that’s
a
relief.

    • It’s
also
"me
for
the
first
birthday
party
in
ages.

    • Ian
looks
so
happy
to
be
helping
his
daughter
blow
out
her
birthday
 candles.

    • And
here
she
is:

Rowena,
genera"on
10,

a
testament
to
my
sheer
 stubbornness
in
keeping
on
with‐‐

    • Ian:

She
is
my
daughter
and
she’s
adorable.
 Taurus,
6/10/7/10/2.


Heaven
help
us.
 You’ll
no"ce
that
several
older
rela"ves
have
shown
up,
including
Jack
 Buccaneer,
Rowena’s
great‐grandfather‐‐

    • And
even
Publius,

her
great‐great‐great‐great‐great
grandfather,


 although
only
Max
seems
to
no"ce
him,
and
that
may
be
simply
because
 Max
is
s"ll
obsessed
with
death.

    • 
And
her
first
social
interac"on
is
with—
 Rowena:
Bah!
 Gawaine:
What
do
you
mean,
“bah?”

    • Gawaine:

Well,
bah
to
you
too,
swee"e.

I’m
Uncle
Gawaine.
 Rowena:

BAH.

    • *Meet
Someone
New
+1000*

    • Gawaine:
Does
“bah”
mean
“I
want
to
be
cuddled?”
 Rowena:
Bah!

    • Gawaine:

Does
it
mean
you’re
our
li7lest
princess?

That
means
you’re
 my
responsibility.
 Rowena:

BAH!

    • Gawaine:

Hello?

She’s
damp,
I
think.

Hello?

Anybody?
 Evidently,
that
is
not
his
responsibility.

    • But
he’s
happy
to
hold
her
for
a
while.

    • Luckily,
Ian
is
on
bath"me
and
bed"me
duty.

    • Ian:

It’s
bed"me
for
you,
darlin’.

You
can
learn
how
to
talk
tomorrow.
 Rowena:

Bah
bah
bah
bah‐‐

    • Ian:

No,
you’re
really
"red.

You
need
to
sleep.
 Rowena:

Bah
bah
bah
*yawn*
baaaah‐‐‐

    • Grandpa
is
happy
to
take
on
that
job
the
next
morning.

    • ‐‐and
pre7y
soon
it
becomes
clear
that
Rowena
loves
filling
the
world
 with
sound,
especially
the
sound
of
her
own
voice.

    • 
She
also
makes
herself
the
center
of
a7en"on
easily.
 Elaine’s
re"red
from
being
a
princess,
mostly.


She’s
a
lot
happier
that
 way.
But
Rowena
is
taking
over
her
spot.

    • Rowena:

Me,
Daddy!

Me!

Up
me!

    • 
Ian:

Cuddles
never
hurt
anyone.

    • Ian:

And
neither
did
"ckles.

Booga
booga
boo!
 Rowena:

Shriek!

    • Elaine
actually
took
on
some
of
the
teaching
du"es.

    • 
And
when
I
say
Rowena
is
the
center
of
a7en"on
for
everybody,
I
mean
 everybody,
including
Taffy.

    • It’s
not
as
though
Rowena

is
the
only
thing
going
on,
however.
Ian’s

 making
some
progress
towards
his
toy
making
skills,
although
I
don’t
feel
 the
same
pressure
about
it
that
I
used
to.

    • Penelope:
Pay
a7en"on,
Elaine.

You
can
go
and
pee
aHer
I’m
done
 Passing
Along
these
Business
Perks.
 Elaine
finds
it
easy
to
contain
her
enthusiasm.

    • 
She’d
much
rather
cuddle
with
Ian,

and
I
think
that’s
perfectly
fair.

    • Considering
that
she
just
brought
another
Goodytwoshoes
into
the
 world.

    • 
A
boy
this
"me—Brian.
 
I’m
sure
that
Dinadan

is
trying
really
hard
not
to
think
“four
down,
two
to
go,”

but
I
know
 that’s
what
I’m
thinking.


 On
to
Part
Two
and
more
babies.
‐>