On the upside I got a small package yesterday afternoon that I've been waiting for, for a while now. In it was the Cottontail baby boy, Comfrey and the EB mouse baby (that I ordered for a friend as part of a trade).
Lately I've prefered the baby boy's, for some reason the blue rompers just appeal more to me than the pink ones. (A heads up - another of my babies will soon undergo a sex change - just because I love the boys so much).
Little Comfrey is adorable and extremely well behaved. He kept me company all of yesterday afternoon.
The family were reunited yesterday evening and now I can finally ad them to my Villagers page.
It took me some time to decide if I want to welcome this family to my village. Even after I ordered them I was still unsure if I would like them. But not to fear, it was love at first sight, which just grew stronger when I took them out of the box. The thing that got me about them is their calm and serene appearance - they will definitely never cause any trouble in Sugarbush Valley.
The bio was easy to compile, I stuck to their original one mostly, because it just fits them so perfectly.
Mother: Sorrel Cottontail
Brother: Gromwell Cottontail (11)
Sister: Willow Cottontail (10)
Baby Boy: Comfrey Cottontail (3)
Father Aaron is a down-to-earth and hardworking carpenter. He specialises in making the most beautiful furniture pieces and takes great pride in his work. He is such a skilled craftsman, everybody in Sugarbush Valley can recognize his furniture, because each piece looks just like a work of art.
Sorrel complements her husband's work perfectly by smoothing any rough corners, decorating it with a lick of paint if needed, polishes it up and puts new covering on it. As a mother she is practical and likes to get things done in the fastest most efficient way.
Gromwell is the fastest boy in Sugarbush Valley and for that matter in the whole district. He has already won tons of medals and trophies and he wants to be a professional track runner when he gets older. Though three years older than him his biggest competition is Oliver Periwinkle and Branson Whiskers, but to date they have never beaten him.
Willow does not like to rush anything. She glides through life, taking time to watch and enjoy every moment. Her secret is to start early, so there is no rush to finish, be it dressing in the morning or doing her homework after school. Nice and easy does it
Comfrey just loves to watch his father at work, and given the chance, he'd pick up dad's tools and make furniture too!
I know that my new family will be very happy in Sugarbush Valley and hopefully they will star in a story soon.