100 Baby Challenge – Baby 1

100 Baby Challenge:

Baby 1:

 

****WARNING**** some of the content hints at adult situations without being graphic. If you are younger than 16 make sure your parents are okay with you reading my 100 baby challenge.

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Hi My name is Harmony Storm:

I have been reading Ms. Harmony Sims 100 baby challenge and I have been inspired to take on the task. I moved out of my parent’s house and have moved to Twinbrook to start my quest.

When I got there I found out that Twinbrook was a very expensive town to live in, but totally worth it. I found a small one bedroom house with basement near the swamp and moved it. After paying for my new home I was left with $33.00. How was I going to manage with that when one of the rules to the 100 baby challenge is that I can’t get a “real” job? I guess I will figure it out. 

I woke up early the next morning and set out to explore Twinbrook and to hunt down the first candidate for my 100 baby challenge. In town I met a few people, but one stood out to me. His name was Dudley Racket. In talking to him I found out that he was in law enforcement. This intrigued me because I wanted my children to be good and he was very nice to me. 

The next day I invited him to my house where we took some time to get to know one another.

After a couple of days I knew that Dudley would be a great first daddy to my challenge, but things just didn’t happen as quickly as I would have liked. I had to work my charms so that Dudley would want to be intimate with me and I had to figure out how to earn some money to buy a crib before I could have a baby.

I read somewhere that Twinbook had a community garden where produce and seeds are out of the taking. I have a green thumb and I was itching to get a garden set up for my property was perfect for it even though it wasn’t the best place for kids.

It wasn’t long before my garden started to look like something. I planted apple trees, tomatoes, lettuce and I found two uncommon/unknown seeds in town. I couldn’t wait to find out what they would become.

While cooking one night my stove caught on fire and I had to extinguish it myself for I couldn’t afford a smoke detector to get the fire department to come. When I finally got it out the damage was already done and my insurance took out a claim. How the heck am I going to afford a crib now? Dudley was getting close to consenting to partake in the 100 baby challenge with me.

I thought that I could earn some money by entering a cooking contest, but because I had no stove I had to make an Autumn Salad. I thought it looked great and tasted wonderful as well, but I only came in 2nd place and didn’t win a dime. I have to say so far earning money in the 100 baby challenge is turning out to be a very difficult thing.


My garden was flourishing and I got a call from a couple of my neighbors asking for my fresh produce to use in their receipts. After selling some of my garden goods I was finally able to buy a small yellow crib. Finally – now it is time to invite Dudley over.

I bought new lingerie and did my hair in an up-do in hopes that would increase my chances of getting Dudley to finally agree to help me with my 100 baby challenge. We cuddled for awhile and he was so nice with his kind words and requests. He wanted to marry me and be family with me, but I reminded him that one of the rules to the 100 baby challenge is that I cannot marry any of the fathers and the babies need to stay in my care until they are ready to move out on their own. After more talking he agreed because bottom line is that he was crazy about me and wanted to make me happy. 

Dudley was splendid and he did everything right.   He was the kind of guy that every girl would like to have for the first father of the 100 baby challenge. It wasn’t long before the sweet sound of lullaby echoed the room. I was pregnant, and I couldn’t have been more excited.

The next morning Dudley went to work as normal and I didn’t talk or see him until out little tyke showed up. It was sad because I was fond of Dudley, but I knew it was what I had to do if I wanted to accomplish this challenge.

I had heard of morning sickness before, but my goodness it was awful.

During my pregnancy I took lots of naps. I was always tired.

Because I didn’t have a stove peanut butter sandwiches were my staple food. They were good, but I craved a home cooked meal.


When I began to show I trembled with excitement. The little tyke would be coming soon. I wanted a boy so badly, but I would have been just as happy with a girl. When were they coming into my life?

I did wonder into town a couple of times when I had a little bit of energy, and announced that I was pregnant to anyone who would listen. I wanted to go out to meet the next daddy, but found I wasn’t as charming when I was so tired. Hopefully soon I will meet the next hunk of my life.

I also entered an eating contest while I was out on the town and won and a nice purse at that. How exciting is that? I was able to buy a new stove and felt better that I could at least cook for my children now. However, once the purchase of a new stove was made I was back to very minimal funds.

Finally the day came and I rushed to the hospital and even though I hadn’t had much contact with Dudley during my pregnancy he met me there and was just as excited when our beautiful bundle of joy was born.


And welcome to the world Xerxes Storm(thanks to Alex Ferrell). He is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen in my life. I can’t wait to see what he looks like as a toddler, a child and a young adult. Can you?

Stay tuned for baby 2:

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