I lost my Sims 3 Pets disc! Is there a way I can play my game still without buying another expansion or uninstalling pets? I really don’t want to lose my save files.
My Croods Sims!
I’m really annoyed with these screenshots. They squish all the faces, I’ll have to try to fix that. They look a LOT BETTER in my game. Their faces and all their features are wider. Like, Eep and Ugga look exactly like themselves, I was really pleased. But you can’t really see that here :-/ Ehhhhh
Anyway here is:
Chunky was the first time I seriously tried to make a pet look like.. anything. Normally I don’t care too much about looks, or adopt them after I’ve moved the household in. I think I did an okay job. Learning how to layer things at first was frustrating.
Anyone have any ideas to how to build these folks a house? I want it to look right, but I mean, they gotta be able to live in it!
I hate when that happens while looking at a screenshot…
Wow I thought I was the only one lol
LOL this is totally me
I thought I was alone. I feel so stupid just staring for so long trying to figure it out xP
So I have to leave my computer before I can finish the Croods, but I did finish Eep! So here’s a preview! :D
And finally the day came that Antonio was born. A good, easily-impressed baby, the embodiment of an angel. Madison and Romeo were over-joyed. How could Madison of doubted her readiness to be a mother when she loved this boy so much?
Unfortunately, it was now that Romeo began to distance himself.
Throughout Madison’s maternity leave, Romeo was almost always at work.
But in the breif times they had together, they loved each other. Plump and old and morning sick, they still loved each other.
Madison sat and thought about what Romeo had said. Maybe he was right, but she really wanted him to be wrong. She had essentially given up her dream music career she had when she came to Bridgeport in lieu of having a family with Romeo. If she couldn’t be a famous composer, she at least wanted to be a mother who could support her own baby. But with her job occupying afternoons and evenings, and Romeo’s random buzz-in’s from the police agency, it seemed not-ideal for child rearing. Madison sighed, she just needed to go for a walk. Then she’d feel better.
So Madison left the apartment, entered the elevator, and pressed down. She felt the sudden jolt as the elevator hit ground floor and the baby started kicking. She held her stomach for a moment, trying to settle her unborn child, and then exited. But the time that had taken had assured her getting stuck in the doors. Madison panicked as she pushed with all her might against the metal cage, trying to save her baby. She managed to prevent the doors from closing in on her, but at the expense of falling on the ground stomach first. In shock, Madison laid on the hard tile. She couldn’t do this. She couldn’t be a mom. She wanted it for so long, but she wasn’t ready. Never since coming to Bridgeport had she felt this frightened… and alone…
Madison sobbed on the ground as she agreed to start her and Romeo’s search for another roommate.