Hello and welcome to the 100 Baby Challenge! I have been wanting to do this one for awhile, and I sort of halfheartedly started it awhile back when The Sims 4 first came out, but then I abandoned it. When I decided to give it another go, it only seemed right to begin again from the start. I hope you enjoy it. Feel free to leave feedback and suggestions in the comments.
So, this is a very popular Sims challenge that was created quite a long time ago for either TS2 or TS3. You can find a forum post detailing rules specific to TS4 here.
Without further ado, let’s introduce our matriarch, Andrea Pickering.
Andrea is a gorgeous woman with a mixed heritage of Native American and African American. She was raised on a reservation until she was 15 years old, when she moved in with distant relatives due to a tragic accident involving both of her parents. After moving, Andrea got a part-time job as a daycare assistant, and became very dissapointed with how some parents treated their children. She had such loving parents and had been fortunate to grow up with them. She decided that one day, she would have as many children as possible and show each of them the kind of love and care she received growing up. Unfortunately, she had grown quite independent and decided that she wanted to do it alone. Enter, the 100 baby challenge.
Okay, here is a full body shot of Andrea in her every day wear:
I bought the cheapest lot in Willow Creek, and started building. Here are a few shots of the house starting out:
There is one area (at the entrance) with Andrea’s bed, a small dining table, and a computer desk with a cheap computer. Behind that, is a small kitchenette area, and next to that is Andrea’s personal bathroom. To the side, there is a large, open room for the children’s area. It will be populated with cribs and beds and other necessities as needed. There is also a large bathroom area for them to share in the back. I will update it with additional toilet/shower rooms as needed. The basic design of the house is sort of a copy of a simmer on YouTube doing this challenge. It was a good idea. 🙂
Okay, so that’s it for the introduction. Stay tuned for part 2, when we’ll jump right in and get started on that baby-making! 😀