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  1. #76
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    Your name is Maria Willow Turner. You are 21 year old third-year college student attending Princeton and are in need of a summer job. You complain about this to one of your professors, Dr. Abby Jones, and she tells you their cousin, Declan George O'Raleigh, is looking for a new nanny. While you do like kids, being someone's nanny doesn't sound appealing to you. But student loans need to be paid, so you swallow your pride when your professor puts in a good word for you and you go in for an interview with the man's secretary.

    Two weeks after the first interview, you are called back in for follow-up questions. You passed the first part, now comes the real test: how you interact with the boss's children. He has two boys, Ethan Miles O'Raleigh, who is 4 years old, and August Edwin O'Raleigh, who is 2 years old.

    To your surprise and delight, the children are sweet and well-behaved. They take an instant liking to you and you like them, too. According to the secretary, the boss is pleased and you're scheduled to start as soon as school lets out as the family's new live-in nanny.

    The family lives in Freehold, NJ, an hour's drive away from the town where you school is located. The first day you start you meet your boss, Declan, an attractive, well-dressed businessman in his late thirties. He's nice to you and pays you well, as well as gives you all the necessities to look after the children during the day. But you're simply the nanny. Declan works normal business hours and is always home before his kids go to bed. You like him--a lot.

    While your boss takes the kids out for a day to give you some time off, you use the opportunity to interrogate the housekeeper, Susan Naomi Clarkson. You've never seen Mrs. O'Raleigh and you're wondering where she is. The housekeeper tells you that the misses left the boss for a former business partner two years ago. She signed over all her parental rights to her ex-husband and no one has heard from her since. The housekeeper also mentions that before the divorce, the boss was so caught up in his family's business firm he hardly paid attention to the kids. But since their mother left, he feels awful, as he feels it's his fault, and indulges the children with whatever they want.

    For the rest of the summer, you go on day trips with the kids and, more often than not, their dad tags along. But as the new school term approaches, you talk to your boss regarding your work schedule. You want to continue to be the children's nanny, but you're worried it could interfere with your schooling. He understands and you two come to an agreement: you'll be a back-up for the new nanny, who was the runner-up after you, in case she gets fired or is on vacation.

    Two months into your final year of college, you get a surprising phone call from Declan. He asks if you're doing anything Saturday night. You say no, you have the night off from your new job, a waitress at a local coffee shop. He wants to know if you would like to go out to dinner with him. You're caught off guard, no clue to how to respond to something as ironically cliche as dating the nanny. He admits he's been thinking a lot about you lately and apologizes if he's bothered you. You reassure him it's OK and say yes to dinner.

    You and Declan date for 1 year.

    After you graduate from college, you move in with Declan and his kids, but as his new girlfriend, not the nanny. The children love you and you love them, as well as their father. He lets you have your own career as a journalist and doesn't expect you to come work for him at his family's firm or be a trophy wife, which makes you love him more. On Christmas day, he asks you to marry him, and a year later the two of you have a large, glamorous vacation wedding in Paris, France.

    You and Declan stay another week for a small honeymoon when the guests leave for home and the children stay with your in-laws at their house in Rouen. Three months after you come home, you find out you're pregnant. Of course, you and DH weren't planning on having kids so early, but why would you wait any longer?

    1 year passes after your baby is born. Your oldest step-child Ethan comes home from school very, very upset. He swears they saw their mother watching them as they were leaving school. Sure enough, an hour later, your husband's ex-wife, Victoria Rachel Vanderstam, is at the front door. She is eight and a half-months pregnant. She says that her latest husband left her after she found out she was pregnant. She doesn't want the baby, but feels that it should be with its half-siblings. You can tell this woman is trouble and leaving a child with her would be a bad idea. Declan agrees and you adopt the baby after it is born. The mother disappears, but 5 months later, your husband receives word that the woman accidentally overdosed and died. Then, 2 weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.

    3 years later, an event stirs up your family. Your loser younger brother moves in with you after his wife divorces him.

    Your brother, Nicholas, asks to move in with you after his wife, Terra, divorces him. Being the big sister having to serve the prince for most of your childhood, you say no...but you can't get the memory of your mother's nagging voice out of your head. So, your husband tells your brother he can only live with your family if he works at your husband's family's business firm and pays rent to live in the guest house. To your shock, your brother agrees. But six months later, when you find out you're pregnant, your brother brings home his pregnant girlfriend.

    Your brother takes off. His girlfriend dies from birth complications after giving birth to a baby boy. You and your husband adopt the baby.

    No matter what happens, you and your husband end up with a huge, happy family.

    DexW (d.38): Victoria Rachel Vanderstam

    DBro (26): Nicholas Adam Turner
    DexGf (d.25): Etta Josephine Monroe

    DW (29): Maria Willow O'Raleigh (née Turner)
    DH (45): Declan George O'Raleigh
    DS (12): Ethan Miles O'Raleigh
    DS (10): August Edwin O'Raleigh
    DS (5): Hudson Asher O'Raleigh
    DAD (4): Amelia Iris O'Raleigh
    DS/DS/DS (1): Xander Logan O'Raleigh, Magnus Archer O'Raleigh, and Philip Sawyer O'Raleigh "Pip"
    DAS (nb): Kensington Tremont O'Raleigh
    DD/DS/DD/DS (nb): Eliza Blythe O'Raleigh, Malcolm Nevilla O'Raleigh, Clara Celeste O'Raleigh, and Thomas Declan O'Raleigh "Tom"

    Declan and Maria O'Raleigh have 12 children. Two are from Declan's first marriage to Victoria Vanderstam; Ethan and August. Two are adopted; Amelia (the daughter of Victoria Vanderstam) and Kensington (the son of Nicholas Turner and Etta Monroe). Eight are biological; Hudson, Xander, Magnus, Pip, Eliza, Malcolm, Clara, and Tom.
    Names I love right now:
    Thomas - Wesley - Desmond - Jack - Albert - Spencer - Harry
    Annabel - Vivienne - Matilda - Sophie - Sybil - Maria - Jane

  2. #78
    Your name is Lauren. You are 21 year old third-year college student attending University of Nebraska at Lincoln and are in need of a summer job. You complain about this to one of your professors Dr. Bertolas, and he tells you their cousin, John, is looking for a new nanny. While you do like kids, being someone's nanny doesn't sound appealing to you. But student loans need to be paid, so you swallow your pride when your professor puts in a good word for you and you go in for an interview with the man's secretary.

    Two weeks after the first interview, you are called back in for follow-up questions. You passed the first part, now comes the real test: how you interact with the boss's children.

    They have a 3 year old named Eloise Amara.

    To your surprise and delight, the children are sweet and well-behaved. They take an instant liking to you and you like them, too. According to the secretary, the boss is pleased and you're scheduled to start as soon as school lets out as the family's new live-in nanny.

    His house looks like this.

    The family lives in Omaha, an hour's drive away from the town where you school is located. The first day you start you meet your boss, John, an attractive, well-dressed businessman in his late thirties. He's nice to you and pays you well, as well as gives you all the necessities to look after the children during the day. But you're simply the nanny. John works normal business hours and is always home before his kids go to bed. You like him--a lot.

    While your boss takes the kids out for a day to give you some time off, you use the opportunity to interrogate the housekeeper, Nina. You've never seen Mrs. Rivers and you're wondering where she is. The housekeeper tells you that the misses left the boss for a former business partner two years ago. She signed over all her parental rights to her ex-husband and no one has heard from her since. The housekeeper also mentions that before the divorce, the boss was so caught up in his family's business firm he hardly paid attention to the kids. But since their mother left, he feels awful, as he feels it's his fault, and indulges the children with whatever they want.

    For the rest of the summer, you go on day trips with the kids and, more often than not, their dad tags along. But as the new school term approaches, you talk to your boss regarding your work schedule. You want to continue to be the children's nanny, but you're worried it could interfere with your schooling. He understands and you two come to an agreement: you'll be a back-up for the new nanny, who was the runner-up after you, in case she gets fired or is on vacation.

    Two months into your final year of college, you get a surprising phone call from John. He asks if you're doing anything Saturday night. You say no, you have the night off from your new job, a waitress at a local coffee shop. He wants to know if you would like to go out to dinner with him. You're caught off guard, no clue to how to respond to something as ironically cliche as dating the nanny. He admits he's been thinking a lot about you lately and apologizes if he's bothered you. You reassure him it's OK and say yes to dinner.

    After the dinner you start dating John. You date for 2 years.

    After you graduate from college, you move in with John and his kids, but as his new girlfriend, not the nanny. The children love you and you love them, as well as their father. He lets you have your own career as a Teacher and doesn't expect you to come work for him at his family's firm or be a trophy wife, which makes you love him more. On a special holiday, he asks you to marry him, and a year later the two of you have a large, glamorous vacation wedding.

    He proposed on Christmas Day, and you had the wedding in Athens, Greece

    The engagement ring.

    The Wedding Dress.

    You and DH stay another week for a small honeymoon when the guests leave for home and the children stay with your in-laws at their house in Omaha. Three months after you come home, you find out you're pregnant. Of course, you and DH weren't planning on having kids so early, but why would you wait any longer?

    You have Boy/Girl twins!

    Together you decided to name them Roman Luca and Piper Scarlett.

    2 years pass after your baby is born. Your step-child Eloise comes home from school very, very upset. She swears they saw their mother watching them as they were leaving school. Sure enough, an hour later, your husband's ex-wife, Carla, is at the front door. She is eight and a half-months pregnant. She says that her latest husband left her after she found out she was pregnant. She doesn't want the baby, but feels that it should be with its half-siblings. You can tell this woman is trouble and leaving a child with her would be a bad idea. John agrees and you adopt the baby after he is born. The mother allows you to name his so you decide on Embry William. The mother disappears, but 2 months later, your husband receives word that the woman accidentally overdosed and died. Then, 5 weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.

    You have twin girls and their names are Juliet Finley and Arabella Violet.

    1 year later, an event stirs up your family.
    You discover you have a teenage half-sister who is in need of guardianship.

    Your half-sister, Elizabeth Victoria, is wild and rebellious, but you expect that since she's grown up in foster care for most of her life. Your mom is mad at you for taking in your father's illegitimate child, but you know you did the right thing. Once your sister realizes she's not going anywhere, she settles down and her behavior changes. Then, she finds out she's pregnant--and she doesn't know who the father is. You and your husband don't know what to think, but you support her decision to keep her baby and promise to do whatever you can to help her. The day after your sister finds out she's pregnant, you find out you're pregnant.

    She names her son James Christopher, and you name your daughter Scout Evangeline

    No matter what happens, you and your husband end up with a huge, happy family.

    Lauren and John
    Eloise
    Roman and Piper
    Embry
    Juliet and Arabella
    Scout
    James

  3. #80
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    Your name is Alice Margaret. You are 21 year old third-year college student attending William & Mary and are in need of a summer job. You complain about this to one of your professors Dr. Moore, and he tells you that his cousin, William Arthur Cross, is looking for a new nanny. While you do like kids, being someone's nanny doesn't sound appealing to you. But student loans need to be paid, so you swallow your pride when your professor puts in a good word for you and you go in for an interview with the man's secretary.

    Two weeks after the first interview, you are called back in for follow-up questions. You passed the first part, now comes the real test: how you interact with the boss's four year old daughter, Beatrix Rosalind (Bea).

    To your surprise and delight, the little girl is sweet and well-behaved. She takes an instant liking to you and you like her, too. According to the secretary, the boss is pleased and you're scheduled to start as soon as school lets out as the family's new live-in nanny.

    What does the boss's house look like?
    http://www.eplans.com/house-plans/ep...wepl12492.html

    The family lives in Roanoke, an hour's drive away from the town where your school is located. The first day you start you meet your boss, Will, an attractive, well-dressed businessman in his late thirties. He's nice to you and pays you well, as well as gives you all the necessities to look after his daughter during the day. But you're simply the nanny. Will works normal business hours and is always home before his kids go to bed. You like him--a lot.

    While your boss takes Bea out for a day to give you some time off, you use the opportunity to interrogate the housekeeper, Lucy. You've never seen Mrs. Cross and you're wondering where she is. The housekeeper tells you that the misses left the boss for a former business partner two years ago. She signed over all her parental rights to her ex-husband and no one has heard from her since. The housekeeper also mentions that before the divorce, the boss was so caught up in his family's business firm he hardly paid attention to the kids. But since their mother left, he feels awful, as he feels it's his fault, and indulges Bea with whatever she wants.

    For the rest of the summer, you go on day trips with Bea and, more often than not, Will tags along. But as the new school term approaches, you talk to your boss regarding your work schedule. You want to continue to be the children's nanny, but you're worried it could interfere with your schooling. He understands and you two come to an agreement: you'll be a back-up for the new nanny, who was the runner-up after you, in case she gets fired or is on vacation.

    Two months into your final year of college, you get a surprising phone call from Will. He asks if you're doing anything Saturday night. You say no, you have the night off from your new job, a waitress at a local coffee shop. He wants to know if you would like to go out to dinner with him. You're caught off guard, no clue to how to respond to something as ironically cliche as dating the nanny. He admits he's been thinking a lot about you lately and apologizes if he's bothered you. You reassure him it's OK and say yes to dinner.

    How long do you date your former boss for? 2 years

    After you graduate from college, you move in with Will and Bea, but as his new girlfriend, not the nanny. Bea loves you and you love her, as well as their father. He lets you have your own career as an epidemiologist and doesn't expect you to come work for him at his family's firm or be a trophy wife, which makes you love him more. On a special holiday, he asks you to marry him, and a year later the two of you have a large, glamorous vacation wedding.

    On what holiday does DH propose? Roll the dice
    3. New Year's

    Where do you have your vacation wedding? Roll the dice
    1. Paris, France

    What does your engagement ring look like? http://www.kay.com/en/kaystore/engag....100007.100010

    What does your wedding dress look like? http://www.neimanmarcus.com/p/Giamba...&cmCat=product

    You and DH stay another week for a small honeymoon when the guests leave for home and Bea stays with your in-laws at their house in Williamsburg. Three months after you come home, you find out you're pregnant. Of course, you and DH weren't planning on having kids so early, but why would you wait any longer?

    What is the baby's name? Atticus Henry Cross

    2 years pass after your baby is born. Beatrix comes home from school very, very upset. She swears she saw her mother watching her as she was leaving school. Sure enough, an hour later, your husband's ex-wife, Caroline, is at the front door. She is eight and a half-months pregnant. She says that her latest husband left her after she found out she was pregnant. She doesn't want the baby, but feels that it should be with its half-siblings. You can tell this woman is trouble and leaving a child with her would be a bad idea. DH agrees and you adopt the baby after she are born. The mother disappears, but 1 months later, your husband receives word that the woman accidentally overdosed and died. Then, 4 weeks later, you find out you're pregnant.

    How many babies did DH's ex-wife have?
    What is the baby's name? Esme Violet

    How many babies do you have? twins

    What is are the babies' names? Frederick Miller and Cordelia Ivy

    1 year later, an event stirs up your family. What happens? Roll the dice.
    5 or 6. A high school girlfriend of your husband's is killed in a car accident and her will reveals she had a son by him. You and your husband take him in. What is his name? Draco Tennyson

    5 or 6: Your responsible husband takes in his teenage son, Draco Tennyson. He's a well-adjusted, good-natured boy whom you adore and is a wonderful big brother to his younger siblings. Unfortunately, after a night of partying with his new friends, he drinks a little too much and does something he regrets the next morning. A few weeks later, he cautiously approaches you and your husband, revealing he's gotten a girl he knows, Hannah, pregnant. Of course, you and your husband are furious, but once you've calmed down, you tell him you'll do your best at being supportive at whatever they decide. Then, you find out you're pregnant with your own child a week later.

    What happens next? Roll the dice.
    3 or 4: They keep the baby, who they name Ronan Arthur. Your stepson has joint custody.

    How many babies' do you have? One baby girl
    What are your babies' names? Iris Georgia

    No matter what happens, you and your husband end up with a huge, happy family.
    Henry John, Charles Wesley
    Eleanor Lily, Margaret Jane

  4. #82

    Red face

    My name is Hunter Bailey. I'm a junior at University of Missouri and 21 years old and I needed a summer job. One time, I complained about my job situation to one of my professors, Mr. O'Rielly, and he said that his cousin is looking for a new nanny. Back then, I liked kids but being a nanny didn't sound appealing. But I was desperate to get out of the debt I was swimming in, and my professor had put in a good word for me and I had landed an interview with the man's security.

    Two weeks after the interview, I was called back to answer some follow up questions. I passed the first part, now comes the real test. How I interacted with the boss' children.

    There were two boys and two girls. The boys names were Jonas Elezar and Levi Gideon. The girls names were Emeline Verity and Temperance Lydia.

    Emeline Verity Cooper was 1 year old.
    Jonas Elezar Cooper was 2 years old.
    Temerance Lydia Cooper was 2 years old.
    Levi Gideon Cooper was 5 years old.

    To my surprise, the children were very nice and well behaved. They took an instant liking to me, and I liked them as well. According to the security, the boss was please and I was scheduled to be the Cooper's new live-in nanny as soon as school let out.

    The house was big and extravagant. There was an indoor pool, movie theater, and even bowling alley. The whole thing had to be about 15,000 square feet. My room was more like a suite. Along with a bedroom, it came with a small sitting room with a TV, a grand bathroom, and a tiny kitchen.

    The family lived in St. Louis, an hour away from where my college campus is located. The first day I had started was the first day I met my boss. My boss, Ryan Cooper, was an attractive, well dressed business man in his early thirties. He was nice and paid well. He gave me all the necessities to look after the children during the day.

    But I was simply the nanny. He was a great father. He worked normal business hours and was almost always home for dinner and never missed a bedtime.

    For the rest of the summer, I went on day trips with the kids and, more often than not, their dad would tag along. But as the new school term approaches, I had talked to Mr. Cooper regarding my work schedule. I wanted to continue to be the children's nanny, but I was worried it would interfere with my schooling. He understood and we came up with an agreement: I'll be a back-up for the new nanny, who was the runner-up after me, in case she gets fired or is on vacation.

    Two months into my final year of college, I got a surprising phone call from Mr.Cooper. He asked if I was doing anything Saturday night. I had said no, I had the night off from my new job, a waitress at a local coffee shop. He wanted to know if I would like to go out to dinner with him. I was caught off guard, no clue to how to respond to something as ironically cliche as dating the nanny. He admitted he had been thinking a lot about me lately and apologizes if he had bothered me with the idea of dinner. I reassured him that it was OK and said yes to dinner.

    Well, the date had turned to dates. And by the end of my senior year in college, I had moved into his home being his girlfriend, not his nanny. The children loved me and I loved them along with their father. He was kind and treated me right. He told me that he didn't care what job I wanted, and that he didn't expect me to be a stay home mom or come work at the family firm. I decided I wanted to stay home and watch the kids for now. I had started a small writing career on the side, I wanted to be an author, but my main priority were the kids.

    We dated for 2 years before popped the question on Valentine's Day. We had a large vacation wedding at Barcelona, Spain.

    The engagement ring looked like: http://www.bloomingbeautyring.com/pa...agement-rings/

    And my wedding dress looked like: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-SaLNMNYW1x...rs-LB0007-.jpg

    Ryan and I stayed another week for a small honeymoon when the guests left for home and the in-laws took the children back. Three months after I came home, I found out I was pregnant. We weren't expecting children so soon, but we were happy nonetheless.

    I gave birth to a girl named Adelaide Charlotte.

    Four years after Adelaide was born, Levi, who is 12, came home from school very upset. He swears he saw his mother watching him as he was leaving school. Sure enough, an hour later, Ryan's ex-wife, Crystal, showed up at the door 8 and a half months pregnant. Crystal said that her latest husband left her, she cannot on under any circumstances raise this child because she knows she'll do an awful job and motherhood just isn't for her. She thought it would be a good idea to be with its half siblings. With one look at Crystal you can tell she's in bad shape. So Ryan and I agreed to raise the child. It was twin girls named Evangeline Marjorie and Gabrielle Paige. We adopted them.

    A week after the birth, Crystal had overdosed and died.

    Then 6 weeks later we found out I was pregnant.

    I found out I was pregnant with twin boys.

    Their names are Nicolas Slater and Nathaniel Paxton.

    3 years later, an event happens that stirs up my family. I discover that I have a teenage half sister in need of guardianship. Ryan and I taker her in and her name is Gracelyn.

    Gracelyn is wild and rebellious, but I expected that since she's grown up in foster care for most of her life. My mom was mad at me for taking in my father's illegitimate child, but I know I did the right thing. Once my sister realized she's not going anywhere, she settles down and her behavior changes. Then, she finds out she's pregnant--and she doesn't know who the father is. Ryan and I didn't know what to think, but we supported her decision to keep her baby and promised to do whatever I could to help her. The day after my sister found out she's pregnant, I find out I'm pregnant.

    My baby is a girl and I name her Peyton Lux.

    Gracelyn had a girl and she named her Natalie Ava.



    THE FAMILY:
    DW: Hunter Bailey Cooper. 32 years old.
    DH: Ryan Maxon Cooper.43 years old.
    DHS/ADD: Gracelyn Alexandra Cooper. 17 years old.
    ADS: Levi Gideon Cooper. 16 years old.
    ADD: Temperance Lydia Cooper. 13 years old.
    ADS: Jonas Elezar Cooper. 13 years old.
    ADD: Emeline Verity Cooper. 12 years old.
    DD: Adelaide Charlotte Cooper. 8 years old.
    ADD: Evangeline Marjorie Cooper. 4 years old.
    ADD: Gabrielle Paige Cooper. 4 years old.
    DS: Nicolas Slater Cooper. 3 years old.
    DS: Nathaniel Paxton Cooper. 3 years old.
    DGC/DN: Hanna Camryn Cooper. 7 months.
    DD: Peyton Lux Cooper: 3 months.

  5. #84
    Your name is Mallory Victoria Cohen. You are 21 year old third-year college student attending Princeton and are in need of a summer job. You complain about this to one of your professors, Rhett Isaac Davidson, and he tells you his cousin, Alexander Wiley "Alex" Judd, is looking for a new nanny. While you do like kids, being someone's nanny doesn't sound appealing to you. But student loans need to be paid, so you swallow your pride when your professor puts in a good word for you and you go in for an interview with the man's secretary.

    Two weeks after the first interview, you are called back in for follow-up questions. You passed the first part, now comes the real test: how you interact with the boss's children.

    He has a boy and a girl: Peter Matthew {4} and Caroline Alice {2}

    To your surprise and delight, the children are sweet and well-behaved. They take an instant liking to you and you like them, too. According to the secretary, the boss is pleased and you're scheduled to start as soon as school lets out as the family's new live-in nanny.

    The boss' house looks like this: http://www.therichest.org/wp-content...h-Winfrey1.jpg

    The family lives in Kingston, NJ, an hour's drive away from the town where you school is located. The first day you start you meet your boss, Alex Judd, an attractive, well-dressed businessman in his late thirties. He's nice to you and pays you well, as well as gives you all the necessities to look after the children during the day. But you're simply the nanny. Alex works normal business hours and is always home before his kids go to bed. You like him--a lot.

    While your boss takes the kids out for a day to give you some time off, you use the opportunity to interrogate the housekeeper, Annie. You've never seen Mrs. Judd and you're wondering where she is. The housekeeper tells you that the misses left the boss for a former business partner two years ago. She signed over all her parental rights to her ex-husband and no one has heard from her since. The housekeeper also mentions that before the divorce, the boss was so caught up in his family's business firm he hardly paid attention to the kids. But since their mother left, he feels awful, as he feels it's his fault, and indulges the children with whatever they want.

    For the rest of the summer, you go on day trips with the kids and, more often than not, their dad tags along. But as the new school term approaches, you talk to your boss regarding your work schedule. You want to continue to be the children's nanny, but you're worried it could interfere with your schooling. He understands and you two come to an agreement: you'll be a back-up for the new nanny, who was the runner-up after you, in case she gets fired or is on vacation.

    Two months into your final year of college, you get a surprising phone call from Alex. He asks if you're doing anything Saturday night. You say no, you have the night off from your new job, a waitress at a local coffee shop. He wants to know if you would like to go out to dinner with him. You're caught off guard, no clue to how to respond to something as ironically cliche as dating the nanny. He admits he's been thinking a lot about you lately and apologizes if he's bothered you. You reassure him it's OK and say yes to dinner.

    After you graduate from college, and after two years of dating, you get married to Alex and adopt his kids. The children love you and you love them, as well as their father. He lets you have your own career as a nurse practitioner and doesn't expect you to come work for him at his family's firm or be a trophy wife, which makes you love him more.

    You and Alex stay another week for a small honeymoon when the guests leave for home and the children stay with your in-laws at their house in Albany, NY. Three months after you come home, you find out you're pregnant. Of course, you and DH weren't planning on having kids so early, but why would you wait any longer? We have twin girls; Abbott Helena & Annabel Juliet

    3 years pass after your baby is born. Your oldest step-child Peter comes home from school very, very upset. He/she swears they saw their mother watching them as they were leaving school. Sure enough, an hour later, your husband's ex-wife, Marie, is at the front door. She is eight and a half-months pregnant. She says that her latest husband left her after she found out she was pregnant. She doesn't want the baby, but feels that it should be with its half-siblings. You can tell this woman is trouble and leaving a child with her would be a bad idea. Alex agrees and you adopt the baby(s) after they are born. The mother disappears, but 3 months later, your husband receives word that the woman accidentally overdosed and died. She had three boys; Seth Jeremiah, Brady Simon, and Nicholas Levi. Then, 1 week later, you find out you're pregnant. I have one boy named Nathaniel Carter.

    Your half-sister, Callie, is wild and rebellious, but you expect that since she's grown up in foster care for most of her life. Your mom is mad at you for taking in your father's illegitimate child, but you know you did the right thing. Once your sister realizes she's not going anywhere, she settles down and her behavior changes. Then, she finds out she's pregnant--and she doesn't know who the father is. You and your husband don't know what to think, but you support her decision to keep her baby and promise to do whatever you can to help her. The day after your sister finds out she's pregnant, you find out you're pregnant. You have a boy and name him Silas Jude. Your sister has a girl named Natalie Madison.

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