Note: I’ve decided as of late, for several reasons, that I no longer wish to keep doing this 100 Baby Challenge. So this will be Diamond’s last Chapter, I will miss my Flare Sims but I feel it is time to start fresh with something new. Maybe in the future, if I feel up to it I may do a follow up on what happened and where Diamond ended up, but right now I just want it over. So this Chapter will be my last, I’ve come up with a way to end the story in a logical, story fashion.
We passed the days doing various things in Hidden Springs, well I waited for all 40 members of my family to arrive, with their families and settle in Hidden Springs. My last, two girls grew into children and tried catching fireflies for the first time.
Jeff went to visit the new park down the way, he milked a cow for the first time in his life and enjoyed the fruits of his labor after.
My twins became very interested in dancing and would practice together often
When they felt they had it down and had learned enough moves they would call all of us into the living room and put on a dance. I enjoyed watching them dance, sing, catch fireflies, play with the dog because it was something I’d never done with my past children
I also started to exercise more and jog a bit
One day, when I worked up enough courage, I decided to go to the HS Graveyard to see if perhaps the Grim Reaper could help fix my issue and inability to produce more children
He said he would try and was apparently a huge supporter of 100 Baby Mothers, though I new not why
Sadly it did not work and was concluded the even the giver of life and death could not break this curse, only the warlock who had cast it could break it
I realized then that my challenge was over, my time was up, Vaughan would not remove the curse and there was nothing more I could do. I would have to accept my fate and report to the council about my failure. I struggled with this, yet at the same time I felt free, for once I could enjoy life, maybe get married who new what the future held for me. My challenge had been a lonely one and though I had suffered so had my children and all the fathers of my children who had loved me and wished to be with me. Yet despite it all I was looking forward to my future because soon my whole family would be here, and with my family by my side I needed nothing else.