Welcome back to another installment of the Caywood legacy. When we last left Crackville Jenny and Leo had set sights on each other and quickly fell in love and got hitched. They moved to a nicer part of town in a bigger house, where they set off to make babies. Now the question is, did it work? ( Collapse )
Chess faces are almost as adorable as Potty Training faces.
"Gotta keep fit, gotta be sexy."
This is what Leo does most of the time.
HOLY SHIT. IVE NEVER SEEN THIS BEFORE. LOOK AT HOW HIGH HE IS. FUCK DUDE.
"The lady is impressed with my form, isn't she."
Meanwhile in the swimming pool where Leo spends 75% of his time...
"UGH. WHAT THE HELL IS THIS SHIT. GET IT OUT, GET IT OUT GET IT OUT."
So out it came! And it's a girl! That we've named Dana, after a girl who played the Oboe that I went to school with. *Thumbs up* Good Job, Dana!
"You mean I got out of the pool to welcome this into our house? UGH."
Shut it Leo, you can go back to Swimming in just a minute.
So remember that witch from the first update? Emerald was her name and turns out that Chess was her game. So her and Jenny would play for hours which resulted in...
"Baby, cuz I'm a thug."
No, you're a witch.
"Yeah but is there a rap song about witches?
I got 99 Problems but being a witch ain't One?
"I'll take it."
Fantastic, lets move on now, ok?
"Fine, I guess."
"I am super excited about this! LOOK AT MY HAPPY FACE."
Ugh, look at your hair.
"Shut up, Go make out with your pooklet obesssion else where."
I DO NOT HAVE AN OBSESSION, DAMN IT.
"liar liar, Hairs on fire."
Dana aged to Toddler, Mom's eyes and Dad's hair. I never gave her a make over because I honestly wasn't sure if I was going to make a legacy or not. A friend told me I had to or she'd flog me and thus.. well you know how it is.
Despite his initial grumbling, Leo takes to fatherhood like a champ. Teaching little Dana to walk...
Even if she doesn't appear to be all that bright.
Leo wanted Jenny to be cured of being a witch, so he bought the potion and gifted it to her.
"What the fuck is this shit?"
Ps. One of my most favoritest pictures ever. No lie.
"Ugh, Being a normal human stinks."
Are you sure thats not your daughter's diaper that smells?
"Maybe, but Being a human stinks too!"
*Sigh* Whatever, Jenny.
And we end this legacy with a shot of not only the color cordnation that happens in this house, but also the fuckery that is the Caywoods.
Thanks for reading! Goodnight!