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January 23rd, 2007

Twins, Triplets, & Quads, Oh My!

Anyone who knows me, knows I'm a die-hard Sims 2 fan (case in point: SkaSIMlaki).  For some reason, I also love having twins in my game.  Even as a child, the idea of multiple births has always fascinated me.  Remember those little Quints dolls?  *Loved* those.

So I was fairly disappointed when The Sims 2 shipped out with only twins available for Sim parents-to-be.  Just a few months ago, I discovered a triplets/quad hack at MATY that even had a random option (because I like my multiple births to be a surprise).

Since downloading the hack, I have been drowning in multiple-birthed babies!  Pleasantview, last time I played, recorded THREE multiple births, and well-known resident, Brandi Broke, became a grandmother of six boys overnight!  How, you ask?  Her twin daughters had babies...many babies.  Isabel had quads (four boys) and Catelyn had twins (two boys).  Talk about a busy night at the hospital!

But, really, I can't complain because they're so cute:

Samson Harris  Oren Harris

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