Midnight Sun Gen. 1, Part 4

“Will you stay with me and be my boyfriend?”  Sunny asked.  “We can do us one better.”  Yves replied.

“Will you stay with me and be my wife?”  “Oh Yves, I will – yes!”

Completely wrapped up in their moment, neither Yves or Sunny noticed the roar of the airplane that flew overhead.  They were startled by the sound of a dull thud and the feeling of the ground under their feet vibrate momentarily.  They ran around the side of the beach house to find shipping crates near the edge of the lot.

Curious, as the crates were address to ‘Occupant,’ they began to pry the lids off of the crates.  At the exact moment that the crates were all opened, thousands of simoleons were deducted from the household account.  “No bother,” thought Sunny.  “Where on these tiny islands could we spend money anyway?”

Both Sunny and Yves were amazed by how much stuff was packed into the mysterious crates.  They were filled with home furnishings and fabrics, electronics and building supplies, books and a guitar!  Over the course of their time on the island, anytime they had adequate funds and needed something, crates just like these would appear on the lot.

After hauling most everything inside, they arranged their new furniture and hung drapes on the bedroom window.  Once again getting caught up in a moment, the newly engaged couple broke in their new bed.

Yves quickly learned how spontaneous his fiancé could be.  They had been lying on the bed chatting, when suddenly Sunny rose and ran around to his side.  “Let’s get married right now Yves, there’s absolutely no reason for us to wait.”  Yves agreed and they married in their sparsely furnished, unfinished bedroom.

Before falling asleep, Sunny’s family-orientated trait was strong and she and Yves impulsively tried for a baby.  They both fell into a deep slumber, lulled by the sound of lovely chimes.

The following morning over breakfast, Sunny went on about how their wedding was just as good as any fancy dress-up wedding.  It would have been nice though to have their friends attend, but that wasn’t possible because no one knows exactly where Yves and Sunny are – not even Yves and Sunny.

Sunny was afraid that she caught a bug in Champs Les Sims and carried it back to the island with her, she was getting nauseous and was vomiting several times a day.  “Hopefully it will go away soon.”  Sunny thought, but never mentioned anything to Yves.

During the night, Sunny woke from a sound sleep – she now realized why her tummy had been feeling so squeamish lately.  She’s pregnant!

After eating their breakfast of grapes pancakes, Sunny excitedly announced to Yves that they are expecting a baby.  Yves was thrilled with the news, he had so much to learn about pregnancy and babies.

While awaiting the arrival of their little bundle of joy, Sunny and Yves read baby books to learn all that they could before the big day arrived.  Sunny worked in her little garden and painted; Yves snorkeled and collected sea shells, picked wild flowers and played his guitar.  Since both Sunny and Yves love to cook, they watched their favorite cooking show together.  They both had put the idea of trying to get to Isla Paradiso through the well out of their thoughts.

Nearing the final stage of her pregnancy, Sunny took it easy and let Yves do all the cooking.  After eating a delicious spaghetti dinner and clearing away the dirty dishes, Sunny went into labor.  Their baby is coming!

Note:
Yves Bernard’s Traits (unchanged): Brave, Bookworm, Natural Cook, Virtuoso, Neat, French Culture

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