Sims NSFW – Contains sexual content & nudity
I’m learning the hard way that raising a single vampire child is more challenging than raising alien triplets ever was. Or maybe it’s just Oliver. I don’t know. My relationship with his father was passionate and tumultuous, to say the least. I see so much of Jasper in Oliver now that he’s growing up, and I fear he has inherited some of Jasper’s less positive traits. Oliver seems to take great joy in showing off his powers, most recently by zipping around me so fast he made my head spin and scared me half to death.
Needless to say, I was none too pleased with his antics.
“Listen to me, young man, you don’t scare me.” Never let ’em see you sweat. “You will mind your manners or there will be consequences to your actions. You get one warning.” Let the staring contest begin because I am not backing down.
After a couple excruciatingly tense moments, Oliver turns and walks away, muttering to himself, “Sheesh. I don’t get to have any fun.”
Comparatively, life with alien triplets seems like a walk in the park. Although Noah has his challenging moments, he also loves spending quality time with Paige and Paxton. As a virtuoso, Noah encourages them to learn the xylophone even if Paige spends half the time chewing on the little hammer.
Nicholas, our resident couch potato, spends so much time watching the cooking channel that he became a competent chef. Hunger is about the only thing that motivates him to get off the couch. So, if there aren’t any leftovers in the refrigerator, Nicholas makes enough lunch or dinner for the whole family. He gets no complaints from me!
Natalie spends almost all her free time fishing in the little pond on our property. She loves being out in the fresh air, alone with her thoughts. Whatever we don’t cook is sold to the grocery store, which satisfies Natalie’s frugal nature.
I’m lost in thought as Noah appears in front of me. “Hey, Mom. Today’s the big day, remember?”
“Of course, I remember. It’s the day my three gorgeous babies are moving out.”
“Your babies are all grown up now, Mom.”
“I know you are, but you’ll always be my babies. Now give your Mom a hug, will ya?”
Nicholas enters and sees me hugging Noah.
“Hey, Mom. Got any of those hugs left for me?”
“I have an endless supply of hugs for my babies,” I say with my arms outspread.
“I’m going to miss my sweet boys.” Seeing the look on Noah’s face, I say, “Yes, that means you, too, Noah. Don’t look so skeptical.”
Speaking softly, I say, “Natalie, are you certain about your decision to live with your brothers?”
“Absolutely, Mom. Seriously, they’re the only ones who really get me, you know? Sure, they can be annoying at times, but we need each other. Let’s face it; we’re … quirky,” she says with a smile.
“Let’s hug it out, Mom. I’m going to miss you.”
“I’ll miss you too, Natalie. The house is going to feel a whole lot emptier tonight.”
I pass on some last-minute advice to Natalie, while Noah calls the realtor. He says they’ll be heading out in a few minutes to pick up the keys to their new place.
As I watch the triplets walk out the door to start their new lives, I reminisce on all the unique experiences they brought into my life.
I’m feeling bereft at having my children leave the nest. My thoughts turn to Kamani, and I long for the comfort of his embrace. Today and tomorrow are his days off from work, and I want to go and surprise him. First, I have to be sure that Paige and Paxton will be in capable hands. I know I can rely upon Owen, but Oliver …? So, I call him over.
“What’s up, Mom?”
“Oliver, your behavior has improved, and I’ve noticed. I’d like to go out for a little while, and I want to know if I can trust you to take care of Paige and Paxton, with Owen’s help, of course. The little tykes are already asleep, so it should be easy enough. What do you say?”
Making eye contact and looking sincere, Oliver responds, “Yeah, sure. I can handle it. You don’t have to worry.”
“All right then. Thank you.”
I drive the short distance to Kamani’s house and ring the doorbell. He answers the door shirtless, and my pulse quickens. “Jill, sweetheart, what a surprise! Is everything OK?”
“Mm-hmm. I just wanted to see you and I was in the neighborhood.” I smirk. “OK, I was actually at home, but … semantics. Are you busy?”
“I was just making a quick dinner, which I should check on so it doesn’t burn.”
“No, thanks. I’ve already eaten. But you go right ahead. I’ll just keep you company if that’s OK.”
“Of course it is. Don’t be silly. Here — grab a seat,” Kamani says as he dishes up a bowl of macaroni and cheese.
We’re pretty quiet while Kamani eats dinner. As soon as he’s finished, he pushes his bowl away and turns to me, saying, “OK, Jill. You’re not your usual bubbly self. What’s going on? Talk to me.”
“I’m just a little out of sorts. Nicholas, Noah and Natalie moved out today, and the house feels a bit empty.”
Kamani stands up and hold out his hand to help me up. “C’mere, sweetheart. Only you would call a house ‘a bit empty’ when there are still four other kids in it, but I get it,” he says as he pulls me into his warm embrace.
“How can I help?” Kamani croons as he rubs my back.
My body nestles against his muscular chest, feeling his strong hands ease my stress. “Well, this is certainly a step in the right direction. And the shirtless part doesn’t hurt a bit. You’re very distracting.”
Kamani laughs softly. “There’s my girl. Do you want to spend the night?”
“With you? Absolutely. But can we go to my place instead? Owen and Oliver are watching Paige and Paxton since they were asleep when I left, but I want to be there when they wake up.”
“Sure. We can do that. I got all my errands done today, and I have tomorrow off as well. Just let me grab a shirt.”
I check on the kids when we get to my house, and they’re all sound asleep. When I come back downstairs, I see Kamani is eyeing the hot tub.
“Fancy a dip, handsome?”
“You don’t have to ask me twice.”
I turn on the jets. “Oh, and the kiddos are all asleep, so we can go au naturel.”
Kamani groans lustfully as we shed our clothes and enter the jacuzzi. For the first few minutes, we sit back and relax, enjoying the soothing water.
“Mmm, sweetheart. You’re all naked and wet and sexy as hell. I want you. Now. Are you sure the kids can’t see us?”
“I’m sure. Look up. Right above us is Natalie’s room, which is empty now. Over to the right is the babies’ room. The boys’ room is to the right of that, out of view of this entire area. Besides, they’re asleep, and they never get up in the middle of the night.”
“Good answer,” Kamani says as he turns to face me, kissing me ravenously. He nuzzles my neck, his pillow-soft lips and raspy tongue meandering across my shoulders, collarbone and breasts until I’m quaking with desire.
“Hold onto me,” Kamani says as he turns us both so he’s sitting on the seat at the edge of the hot tub. I straddle his hips and mount him, feeling blissfully full.
“Jill, sweetheart, you feel amazing. You always do,” Kamani says as he steadies me, snapping his hips up to meet mine in a rhythm that makes our hearts pound and pleasure surround us until we can no longer contain it.
“Oh, God…” I shudder breathlessly as Kamani holds me close and groans, snapping his hips a few more times before joining me in ecstasy.
When we can both breathe again, Kamani gently cups my face and kisses me lovingly.
I wrap my arms around Kamani’s neck, laying my head on his shoulder. I can’t help but think about what a wonderful man he is, and once again, that I won’t be able to keep him in my life for much longer.
Meanwhile, Kamani holds me tight, and I never want to let him go.
“I’m ready for bed, Kamani. How about you?”
“Sure. We can’t stay in here all night anyway.”
I put off any thoughts of losing Kamani to another day and drift off to sleep beside my lover.
The next day is Leisure Day, and Owen and Oliver have the day off. After getting the babies fed and dressed, I have them each pick out a toy and bring them downstairs to play while I get breakfast ready for Kamani and the boys. Paige and Paxton did a good job of keeping themselves occupied for a while.
Once Kamani and I come into the living room, though, all bets are off. Paige looks at me with her big, brown eyes pleading and arms in the air, saying, “Up!” I pick her up and she immediately snuggles into me, with one arm around my neck and her thumb in her mouth.
Paxton crawls between Kamani’s legs and starts to climb him like a tree.
Lifting Paxton in his right arm, Kamani flexes his left, saying, “Paxton, do you have muscles like Daddy? Show me, buddy.”
I smile at my silly men flexing their muscles.
“That’s my boy!” Kamani says with pride.
Then he flips Paxton upside down. “This is what you can do when you have muscles, little buddy.”
Paxton looks scared at first but then giggles nonstop until Kamani puts him on the floor.
As soon as Kamani’s arms are free, Paige nearly leaps out of my arms because she wants some Daddy time, too.
“Come to Daddy, baby girl,” Kamani says as he cradles Paige gently in his arms. “You’re a snuggly one, aren’t you?”
“She seems pretty tired, Kamani. Maybe she didn’t sleep so well last night.”
“Let’s see if this will perk her up,” Kamani says as he hoists Paige up onto his shoulders for a piggyback ride. He walks into the dining room where Owen and Oliver were about to eat lunch. He says to them in a soft voice, “Hey, guys. Does Paige look like she’s awake up there, or is she falling asleep?”
Owen looks over and says, “Man, she’s nodding off. She’ll be out like a light in no time.”
“Thanks, Owen.” Kamani says as he heads back to the living room.
“Sweetheart, Owen said Paige is falling asleep up there. Do you want me to put her down for a nap?”
“No, I’ll take Paige upstairs. Will you keep an eye on Paxton for me while the boys are eating?”
“You got it.”
I go upstairs with Paige and, of course, she wakes up when I put her in her crib. It only takes a few minutes to settle her, and then I go back downstairs. I’m surprised to see Kamani napping on the couch with Paxton asleep on his chest. They look so sweet together. Kamani’s interactions with my older kiddos early in our relationship hinted that he’d be a good father, but today confirmed it. Sitting here watching them sleep, I can’t help thinking that this man takes my breath away, in so many ways. But how much longer can I keep him in my life?