“Hey, Kiara.” I said.
“Hey. So, I wanted to tell you that I’m going to get my own place soon.”“That’s big.”
“Yeah. I really do need to grow up. I’m looking at houses now.”
“Kiara, I’m not going to let you be alone and pregnant in a new place.”
“Fine, but after the baby is born, I’m moving. I’m 22 now, it’s been time I lived on my own.”
“Ok. I’m proud of you. You’re making some big decisions.” I smiled. “You should tell your parents.”
“So, she told you, huh?” I asked.
“Yeah. I’ll be a grandmother!” Yumiko smiled. “I mean, it’s not the best situation, but still!”
“So, where’s my brother?”
“Oh Watcher. I didn’t tell you? There was so much going on that I must have…”
I cut her off. “What?”
“He’s dead. He died a few days after we last visited…”
“Oh my Watcher. He’s…”
“I’m so sorry. I thought I called you.”
My brother is dead. Wow… wow. So many things have happened. I might move. Kiara’s pregnant, and my brother is dead… gosh. I knew he was old. Older than me. Who would I talk to now? Kiara’s nice, but she’s my niece. She’s half my age!
I’ve made my decision. We move to Brindleton Bay on Friday. It feels good to have finally decided, like a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders. The girls were glad to get the day off when we moved.
The house was amazing on the inside. Once the kids were asleep, Kiara pulled me over.
“Yeah, what is it?”
“Before we left, I…I went to see the baby’s father.”
“He wasn’t there, but his other girlfriend, Lauren was. That plumhead!”
I remember when I had a plumhead of my own. It seemed like so long ago now. I’d never forget it, though. “I’m sorry. You deserve someone better. Don’t let this stop you from finding true love. Don’t. He’s the stupid one. There’s nothing wrong with you.”
Her eyes filled with tears. “How did you know what to say?”
“There was a plumhead in my life once.” I told her. “Your baby is better off without someone like him in their life. Look, Kiara, you’re going to be a great mom.”
“You really think so?”
“Yeah. You will be amazing.”
Kiara sat down next to me, grinning. “Hey, guess what?”
“I found a place. I really think it’s the place, you know?”
“That’s great! How much is it?”
“Only 18,746 simoleons. My parents gave me 20,000 simoleons when I left. It’s enough.”
“What about furniture?”
“The furniture is accounted for in the price.”
“That sounds perfect.”
A/N: So I know that them moving probably breaks a bazillion rules, but I couldn’t live on the Windenburg island anymore! (Good thing I’m not playing for points LOL!) It takes forever for anyone to come over, and nobody’s ever around (walking by) but trying & failing to bring other sims over really did it for me. So this storyline happened so they had a reason to leave, and I’m really happy with how it turned out! 🙂