Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Round 13 Summary

The one where the baby-boom finally slowed down ...

Births: 5 (Sarah and Simon Gradonni, Vincent Savage, Ellen de Leeuw, Camille Wagtmans)

Deaths: 0

Engagements: 3 (Dennis Heaven and Laura Penninkmeijer, Yuan Zang and Fran├žoise Roque, Christopher Grey and Ada van Straaten)

Weddings: 3 (Cole Brems and Madeleine Rai, Dennis Heaven and Laura Penninkmeijer and Christopher Grey and Ada van Straaten)

Break-ups: 4 (Xiang Zang and Tika Mishoen, Stephan Belio and Emma Zanobi, Morgan Penninkmeijer and Marlys Zanobi and Matthew Zanobi and Melina Mokara)

Graduations: 0

New residents: 2 (Florian Min and Joan Willis)

Total population: 168 (90 male, 78 female)
Babies: 2
Toddlers: 20
Children: 31
Teens: 15
Adults: 83
Elders: 17

7 comments:

  1. "The one where the baby boom slowed down" :-)

    How many babies in the round before??

    Your 'hood is getting pretty big...

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  2. LOL, I like how 5 babies in one round is a slow down of your baby boom! It really is though - it's been nuts in your last few rounds.

    And wow, I can't believe how many toddlers and kids you have! Whoa!

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  3. Wow! 168 playables is a big hood! I giggled when I saw "baby boom slow down" but looking back at last round, you had a whopping 15 births!! That's a lot! I love reading these summaries!

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  4. Shannon Well, last round I had 15 babies, so 5 definatly is slowing things down :)
    But I love simbabies so much :)

    Thanks for reading!

    Carla It really has been nuts these last couple of rounds, I'm so happy with only 5 new babies this round!

    My schools are going to explode the next couple of rounds, but it's going to be interesting to see all those toddlers and kids grow up.

    Thanks for reading!

    Ashaland sims It's my own fault, I keep adding sims, because I want more different genetics! But you're right, it's pretty big :)
    5 really isn't a lot, especially compared to last rounds :)

    Those summaries are nice, it's a good way to catch up with everything that has happened before a new round starts.

    Thanks for reading!

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  5. Oh my goodness, I still can't believe that you had FIFTEEN babies last round!! That's insanity! Five babies is a boom in my hood that is for sure. You'll need a separate school just for the kids born in these past rounds, baby boomers would be an appropriate term for this generation. And that is a ton of playables, but they are all fun to read about, and I'm totally excited to see how the teachers handle the influx of students. Also nice that you had a nice variety of break-ups and weddings/engagements this round too, I'm always happy when I can accomplish that.

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  6. Oh my goodness, I still can't believe that you had FIFTEEN babies last round!! That's insanity! Five babies is a boom in my hood that is for sure. You'll need a separate school just for the kids born in these past rounds, baby boomers would be an appropriate term for this generation. And that is a ton of playables, but they are all fun to read about, and I'm totally excited to see how the teachers handle the influx of students. Also nice that you had a nice variety of break-ups and weddings/engagements this round too, I'm always happy when I can accomplish that.

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  7. Maisie I knew I had a lot of babies last round, but looking it back up, I was surprised by the number! I think I'll have to look in to putting a stop to such high numbers, but I just love my sims too much, and I'm always eager for them to have more kids, so it's kind of my own fault I guess :)
    My total population are both regular playables as well as playable NPC, I think they are part of the hood, so I count them in as well. I know I have a lot though :)

    I didn't think of my weddings and break-ups that way, but you're absolutely right, it's nice when those are a little bit balanced.

    Thanks for reading!

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