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  1. #26
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    May 2009
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    You finally meet your child, Jayden, who welcomes you into his life with open arms. He says he thought you were his mother, because you looked like the pictures his adoptive parents had showed him, only prettier. With his father, you make the arrangements to have your son spend the weekends with you. The two of you have a lot of fun together and you are glad to at least be his friend, knowing you could never, ever replace his mother.

    Eventually, Jayden begins to ask questions about his birth father and your other family. You introduce him to your parents, your sister and her husband, your brothers and their lives, plus his cousins and your best friend, her husband, and their daughter. You get in touch with his/her birth father, Tristan, who happily responds. Once Ulysses gives permission, you take your child to visit his birth father, stepmother, and younger half-brother in Jackson, Mississippi. The two of you spend a few days there during the summer before returning home. Jayden keeps in touch with his biological father as well as continues to spend the weekends with you.

    But as the anniversary of Ella's death slowly approaches, you notice that Ulysses begins to slowly withdraw from his children and the two younger children, Josh and Avery, as well as your child, become depressed. The day before the anniversary, you surprise all three of them with a lunch to their favorite restaurant, Chili's, a movie, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, and ice cream. The kids love you for it and their father is grateful, but he is still forlorn. Hoping to cheer him up, you take him out on the town a few nights later, leaving the kids with his parents for a sleepover.

    The two of you go dancing, clubbing, and dining. Past midnight, and you both are little tipsy. The last place you hit is a classy bar in a hotel. He's drank more than he has in a while and feels a little woozy as a result. You suggest he check in for the night. He agrees. You help up to his room. He sits down on the edge of the bed and takes both of your hands in his. He says thank you for the night and it has been the most fun he has had in a while. You find yourself staring at each other in the dim light of the room. Without realizing it, you lean in and kiss him on the lips. He engulfs you in his arms, deepening the kiss. You fall on top of him on the queen-sized bed, his hands snaking up your dress, and your fingers toying with the buttons on his shirt. And the rest of the night is history.

    The next morning, you can't believe what you have done. You're furious with yourself for ruining what was a perfect arrangement. Ulysses and the children have enough drama going in their lives as it is. But you can't forget that night and it difficult for you to ignore when your child asks if you and his dad are getting together. You tell him no, that there is nothing going on between you and his dad. Only your child and his younger siblings are smarter than you give them credit for.

    One Friday night, instead of going out, you stay in to catch up on some work. There is a knock on your front door. You look through the peephole and are surprised by who you see: Ulysses. You let him in, leading him into the living room. Over glasses of ice tea, he admits to you that not only have the kids been asking about his relationship with you, but also his mother, his brother, former mother-in-law, and his best friends. He says he told them all nothing was going on between you and him--but secretly he wasn't so sure. What he wanted to know was if you felt the same way and, if you didn't he completely understood. You are silent for a moment. He takes it as a no and gets up to leave. You jump to your feet, wrap your arms around his waist, whisper "I love you, really," and kiss him. He also spends the night in your apartment (the kids are at sleepovers).

    How long do you date him for? Roll the dice
    1 or 2. 18 months

    When the lease on your apartment goes up, your boyfriend invites you to come live with him and the kids in Memphis, which you gladly accept. 6 weeks later, he proposes! You spend the next 2 months planning the wedding you have always wanted as well as legally adopt your child Jayden along with the other two children, Josh and Avery, all who are happy to call you Mom. And when you return from your two-week honeymoon, you get a surprise: you are pregnant...with twins!

    How does he propose? Roll the dice
    4. He paints the propose on your car's windshield, with the box holding the ring sitting on your dashboard.

    What does your engagement ring look like? http://ak1.ostkcdn.com/images/products/P10702780a.jpg

    What does your wedding dress look like? http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ls...pptho1_500.jpg

    Where do you go for your honeymoon? Reykjavik, Iceland

    What are the twins' genders? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: boy/girl

    What is twin #1's first name? Roll the dice
    2. Boy: Ryan

    What is twin #1's middle name? use your husband's first name as inspiration on http://nymbler.com/

    What is twin #2's first name? Roll the dice
    1. Girl: Hailey

    What is twin #2's middle name? use your first name as inspiration on http://nymbler.com/

    What are the twins' names? Ryan Felix and Hailey Celeste

    Do you have any more biological children? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: yes

    If yes, how many? 1

    What are their genders & names? Ruby Anna

    Do you adopt any more children? Roll the dice
    5 or 6: no

    List everyone in your family:
    Ulysses and Natalie
    Jayden Owen
    Joshua Patrick
    Avery Jocelyn
    Ryan Felix & Hailey Celeste
    Ruby Anna

    THE END! Hope you enjoyed.

  2. #28
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    Jan 2012
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    Your name is Gracie and you are a 19-year-old college sophomore attending University of Maine. You have been with your boyfriend, Henry, for over a year when you find out you are pregnant in the beginning of the second semester. You eventually work up the nerve to tell your boyfriend and, of course, he freaks out. You tell your family the news, as well as your decision: to put the baby up for adoption.

    Because you want to make sure your unborn child is given the best home he or she deserves, you choose the parents carefully, balancing the pros and cons of them all. After maybe two months, you finally pick the right couple: Patrick and Tessa of Lewiston. He is a CEO and she is a veterinarian. They are instantly charming.

    Over the next seven months, you grow close to Tessa and Patrick. You decide that you don't want to see the baby, but you would like to keep in touch with them. They are perfectly fine with that. Your boyfriend, however, seems to be pulling away; he says that he doesn't want to get too attached to the baby before giving it up. Then, you finally have the baby. Your boyfriend goes with you to the delivery room while the adoptive parents wait outside.

    It's a baby girl! The child is named Emily Violet. Three days later, you and the baby, Emily, leave the hospital. After an emotional goodbye, you give the baby to her new parents.

    It has been 6 years since you put your baby up for adoption. You have since graduated from college with a degree in biology, moved to an apartment in Brunswick, Maine, and gotten a job as a research assistant. You and your boyfriend, the baby's father, Henry, broke up eighteen months after the baby was born, but the two of you remain friendly.

    In the months following the birth of your child, Emily, you kept up communication with the adoptive parents, Patrick and Tessa. They sent you pictures once a month, along with detailed letters updating the baby's progress. You couldn't help but feel a little attracted to Patricl. It bothered you so much that you confessed to your best friend, Abigail, and your older sister, Lilah, who warned you away from getting too close to a married man. You became upset, and slowly began to distance yourself from your child and her adoptive parents.

    Now that you are 25, you feel that you are certainly old enough to keep your hormones under control. You are about to give up on contacting the family until you are flipping through the newspaper and a name catches your eye--in the obituaries. The woman who adopted your child, Tessa, is dead. She died from alcohol poisoning.

    You drive to Lewiston to attend the wake at a local church. Then, you see him, standing by the open coffin with three children. The oldest, who is 6, your maternal instincts immediately recognize: it is your child, and she is crying, holding her younger siblings.

    You stay throughout the wake, talking to random people. When they ask who you are, you say you are a friend of the family. You learn that the couple had adopted one other child, Ella Clementine, after your own and the youngest, David Louis, was a miracle baby. You see your child, Emily, standing close to the door. You approach her. She looks up at you with large, watery eyes; you yourself feel as though you want to cry. You hand her a rose, they silently accept it, and quietly leave.

    Tessa has been dead for six months. Should try to reconnect with them after you dropped off the face of the earth for no apparent reason? Or should you just forget about the whole thing, and allow them to move on in their grief?

    Fate decides for you. One year later, you travel to Portland to take a vacation from Brunswick. You were originally planning on bringing your boyfriend, James, but the two of you split a few weeks before. You book a fancy hotel and fill your trip schedule.

    You decide to attend a concert. As you're buying your drink, you bump elbows with the person next to you. You look up, and it's Patrick! You feel a little embarrassed, but he starts talking with you about all that's happened. You're about to ask him to join you for lunch tomorrow, when a woman approaches Patrick. You feel jealous, but Patrick quickly introduces her as Vivian- his sister who is a television reporter in Portland.

    You and Patrick go for lunch. He asks you to come back to Lewiston for the remainder of your vacation to get to know the kids. You agree and fly back to Lewiston with him.

    You finally meet your child, Emily, who welcomes you into their life with open arms. With Patrick, you make the arrangements to have your daughter spend the weekends with you. The two of you have a lot of fun together and you are glad to at least be her friend.

    Eventually, Emily begins to ask questions about her birth father and your other family. You introduce her to your family. You get in touch with her birth father, Henry, who happily responds. Once Patrick gives permission, you take your child to visit her birth father and his family in Dover, Vermont.

    But as the anniversary of Tessa's death slowly approaches, you notice that Patrick begins to slowly withdraw from his children and the two younger children, Ella and David as well as your child, become depressed. The day before the anniversary, you surprise all three of them with a lunch to their favorite restaurant, I-HOP, a movie, The Lion King, and ice cream. The kids love you for it. Hoping to cheer Patrick up, you take him out on the town a few nights later, leaving the kids with his parents for a sleepover.

    The two of you go dancing and dining. Past midnight, and you both are little tipsy. You suggest he check in for the night. He agrees. You help up to his room. He sits down on the edge of the bed and takes both of your hands in his. Without realizing it, you lean in and kiss him on the lips. And the rest of the night is history.

    The next morning, you can't believe what you have done. You're furious with yourself for ruining what was a perfect arrangement. Patrick and the children have enough drama going in their lives as it is.

    One Friday night, instead of going out, you stay in to catch up on some work. There is a knock on your front door. You look through the peephole and are surprised by who you see: Patrick. You discuss your relationship, and confess you are in love with him.

    You and Patrick date for 18 months. Patrick invites you to come live with him and the kids in Lewiston, which you gladly accept. 5 weeks later, he proposes! You spend the next month planning the wedding as well as legally adopt your child Emily along with the other two children, Ella and David, all who are happy to call you Mom. And when you return from your two-week honeymoon, you get a surprise: you are pregnant...with twins!

    It's twin boys! Samuel Duncan and Caleb Oliver. After the twins turn 3, you and Patrick decide to adopt one more child. She's a little 5 year-old girl named Lucy Olivia. Just as you finish the adoption, you're told that Lucy's birth mother just put up her newborn child for adoption! Her name is Rosie Amelia and she's adorable! It takes a few more months, but you and Patrick eventually adopt both sisters.

    Patrick and Gracie and their children; Emily, Ella, David, Samuel, Caleb, Lucy, and Rosie.

  3. #30
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    May 2011
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    You finally meet your child, Emily, who welcomes you into their life with open arms. She says they thought you were their mother, because you looked like the pictures his adoptive parents had showed him, only prettier. With her father, you make the arrangements to have your daughter spend the weekends with you. The two of you have a lot of fun together and you are glad to at least be his friend, knowing you could never, ever replace his mother.

    Eventually, Emily begins to ask questions about his birth father and your other family. You introduce her to your parents, your sister and her husband, your brothers and their lives, plus his cousins and your best friend, her husband, and their daughter. You get in touch with his/her birth father, Thomas, who happily responds. Once Joel gives permission, you take your child to visit her birth father, stepmother, and younger half-brother in Tenesse. The two of you spend a few days there during the summer before returning home. Emily keeps in touch with her biological father as well as continues to spend the weekends with you.

    But as the anniversary of Stella's death slowly approaches, you notice that Joel begins to slowly withdraw from his children and the two younger children, (SIBLING #1) and (SIBLING #2) as well as your child, become depressed. The day before the anniversary, you surprise all three of them with a lunch to their favorite restaurant, a movie, and ice cream. The kids love you for it and their father is grateful, but he is still forlorn. Hoping to cheer him up, you take him out on the town a few nights later, leaving the kids with his parents for a sleepover.

    The two of you go dancing, clubbing, and dining. Past midnight, and you both are little tipsy. The last place you hit is a classy bar in a hotel. He's drank more than he has in a while and feels a little woozy as a result. You suggest he check in for the night. He agrees. You help up to his room. He sits down on the edge of the bed and takes both of your hands in his. He says thank you for the night and it has been the most fun he has had in a while. You find yourself staring at each other in the dim light of the room. Without realizing it, you lean in and kiss him on the lips. He engulfs you in his arms, deepening the kiss. You fall on top of him on the queen-sized bed, his hands snaking up your dress, and your fingers toying with the buttons on his shirt. And the rest of the night is history.

    The next morning, you can't believe what you have done. You're furious with yourself for ruining what was a perfect arrangement. Joel and the children have enough drama going in their lives as it is. But you can't forget that night and it difficult for you to ignore when your child asks if you and his dad are getting together. You tell him/her no, that there is nothing going on between you and his dad. Only your child and his/her younger siblings are smarter than you give them credit for.

    One Friday night, instead of going out, you stay in to catch up on some work. There is a knock on your front door. You look through the peephole and are surprised by who you see: Joel. You let him in, leading him into the living room. Over glasses of ice tea, he admits to you that not only have the kids been asking about his relationship with you, but also his mother, his brother, former mother-in-law, and his best friends. He says he told them all nothing was going on between you and him--but secretly he wasn't so sure. What he wanted to know was if you felt the same way and, if you didn't he completely understood. You are silent for a moment. He takes it as a no and gets up to leave. You jump to your feet, wrap your arms around his waist, whisper "I love you, really," and kiss him. He also spends the night in your apartment (the kids are at sleepovers).

    How long do you date him for? 18 months

    When the lease on your apartment goes up, your boyfriend invites you to come live with him and the kids in Atlanta, which you gladly accept. 6 weeks later, he proposes! You spend the next 2 months planning the wedding you have always wanted as well as legally adopt your child Emily along with the other two children, Ant and Avery, all who are happy to call you Mom. And when you return from your two-week honeymoon, you get a surprise: you are pregnant...with twins!

    How does he propose? Roll the dice

    4. He paints the propose on your car's windshield, with the box holding the ring sitting on your dashboard.


    What does your engagement ring look like? A pearl surrounded by diamonds

    What does your wedding dress look like? simple and elegant

    Where do you go for your honeymoon? Thailand

    What are the twins' genders?
    3 or 4: girl/girl

    What is twin #1's first name? Roll the dice
    Girl: Zoe Josephine Castles
    Girl: Layla Ella Castles

    Do you have any more biological children? Roll the dice
    yes

    What are their genders & names?

    Boy: August Elliot Castles

    Do you adopt any more children? Roll the dice - NO


    List everyone in your family:

    Ella & Joel Castles

    Emily, Ant, Avery, Zoe, Layla and August

  4. #32
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    Jan 2011
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    You finally meet your child, Emily Violet, who welcomes you into her life with open arms. She says they thought you were their mother, because you looked like the pictures his adoptive parents had showed her, only prettier. With her father, you make the arrangements to have your daughter spend the weekends with you. The two of you have a lot of fun together and you are glad to at least be her friend, knowing you could never, ever replace her mother.

    Eventually, Emily Violet begins to ask questions about her birth father and your other family. You introduce her to your parents, your sister and her husband, your brothers and their lives, plus her cousins and your best friend, her husband, and their daughter. You get in touch with her birth father, Nathaniel, who happily responds. Once Daniel gives permission, you take your child to visit her birth father, stepmother, and younger half-brother in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The two of you spend a few days there during the summer before returning home. Emily Violet keeps in touch with her biological father as well as continues to spend the weekends with you.

    But as the anniversary of Susan's death slowly approaches, you notice that Daniel begins to slowly withdraw from his children and the two younger children, Anthony Sherwin and Aubrey Danielle as well as your child, become depressed. The day before the anniversary, you surprise all three of them with a lunch to their favorite restaurant, Wooster Street Pizza, a movie, Madagascar 3, and ice cream. The kids love you for it and their father is grateful, but he is still forlorn. Hoping to cheer him up, you take him out on the town a few nights later, leaving the kids with his parents for a sleepover.

    The two of you go dancing, clubbing, and dining. Past midnight, and you both are little tipsy. The last place you hit is a classy bar in a hotel. He's drank more than he has in a while and feels a little woozy as a result. You suggest he check in for the night. He agrees. You help up to his room. He sits down on the edge of the bed and takes both of your hands in his. He says thank you for the night and it has been the most fun he has had in a while. You find yourself staring at each other in the dim light of the room. Without realizing it, you lean in and kiss him on the lips. He engulfs you in his arms, deepening the kiss. You fall on top of him on the queen-sized bed, his hands snaking up your dress, and your fingers toying with the buttons on his shirt. And the rest of the night is history.

    The next morning, you can't believe what you have done. You're furious with yourself for ruining what was a perfect arrangement. Daniel and the children have enough drama going in their lives as it is. But you can't forget that night and it difficult for you to ignore when your child asks if you and her dad are getting together. You tell her no, that there is nothing going on between you and her dad. Only your child and her younger siblings are smarter than you give them credit for.

    One Friday night, instead of going out, you stay in to catch up on some work. There is a knock on your front door. You look through the peephole and are surprised by who you see: Daniel. You let him in, leading him into the living room. Over glasses of ice tea, he admits to you that not only have the kids been asking about his relationship with you, but also his mother, his brother, former mother-in-law, and his best friends. He says he told them all nothing was going on between you and him--but secretly he wasn't so sure. What he wanted to know was if you felt the same way and, if you didn't he completely understood. You are silent for a moment. He takes it as a no and gets up to leave. You jump to your feet, wrap your arms around his waist, whisper "I love you, really," and kiss him. He also spends the night in your apartment (the kids are at sleepovers).

    How long do you date him for? Roll the dice
    1 or 2. 18 months

    When the lease on your apartment goes up, your boyfriend invites you to come live with him and the kids in Manhattan, which you gladly accept. 6 weeks later, he proposes! You spend the next 5 months planning the wedding you have always wanted as well as legally adopt your child Emily Violet along with the other two children, Anthony Sherwin and Aubrey Danielle, all who are happy to call you Mom. And when you return from your two-week honeymoon, you get a surprise: you are pregnant...with twins!

    How does he propose? Roll the dice
    4. He paints the propose on your car's windshield, with the box holding the ring sitting on your dashboard.

    What are the twins' genders? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: boy/girl

    What is twin #1's first name? Roll the dice
    2. Boy: Ryan

    What is twin #1's middle name? use your husband's first name as inspiration on http://nymbler.com/
    Matthew

    What is twin #2's first name? Roll the dice
    5. Girl: Alyssa

    What is twin #2's middle name? use your first name as inspiration on http://nymbler.com/
    Tamsin

    What are the twins' names?
    Ryan Matthew and Alyssa Tamsin

    Do you have any more biological children? Roll the dice
    1 or 2: yes

    If yes, how many? (your choice)
    1

    What are their genders & names?
    Boy: Samuel Thomas
    Mom to Isaiah Gabriel, Zachariah Xavier and two precious angel babies.

    Crossing our fingers for a sticky baby soon.

  5. #34
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    Jun 2012
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    We have a boy, who they name Alexander Emmett.

    *
    four years later, adopted mum dies in a car accident.

    We meet his younger siblings Joshua Charles and David Joseph.

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    child's adopted dad Emmett Charles and I date for 2 years, and he proposes five weeks after our anniversary. We have a simple wedding.

    Our twins are born not long after -both girls! Alex, Josh and Davey are thrilled. Amelia Evelyn and Gabriella Jane are born healthy and perfect.
    cassia | vivian | flora
    peregrine | jolyon | arthur

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