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Mother and Son Pics

There’s a theme going on at N99 right now about Mother and Son, so I thought I’d take some pictures for it, and before posting, share them with you!

Kalista Sills (I gave her a tiny makeover, hence the hair and re-appearance of her glasses) and Peter.

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It’s That Birthday Time of Year: Spring Birthdays, Round 7

At the Sills home, Kalista is finally going into labor.  Avram doesn’t seem phased at all by his wife’s discomfort.

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It’s That Birthday Time of Year: Winter Birthdays, Round 7

Both of their parents are gone, so Carla is the only one there to watch her little brother’s celebrate their first birthday’s.

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It’s That Birthday Time Of Year: Fall Birthdays, Round 7

As the fall of 1997 comes around, we find Kalista and Avram Sills in their second trimester, and are thankfully expecting only one this time.

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Perfectly In Time: Sills, Round 7, Summer

Kalista and Avram Sills are 21, Allisson, Lila, and Peter Sills are 2

Narrated by Avram Sills

I can definitely say that I don’t miss University.  It was nice and all, but it’s good to be back closer to family.  Kali and I moved to Calinloch, which is about a fifteen minute drive away from Ardania, so it’s much easier for her to see her family.  Plus, AU is only thirty minutes away, so her brother can stop by too, which he does often.  Mostly to get some food, I think.

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It’s That Birthday Time of Year: Summer Birthdays, Round 7

Avram Sills has graduated from Ardania University, and is now living in Calinloch with his wife Kalista, and three children.  He will be working for the city in the architectural department.

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Speeding Along: Sills (Uni 1), Round 6, Spring

Avram and Kalista Sills are 20, Allisson, Peter, and Lila Sills are 1

It would appear that the toddler-eating-block epidemic is still at large, as shown by Allisson.

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