And I cheated because I edited the parents in CAS so they would look less cartoon like. But it's the sims 3, world of cartoon features, so you forgive me, right?
Though it's ok if you don't forgive me for it being the Malifa family in Barnacle Bay. I know! It was gifted to me (thank you!). And now that I've played it I think it is, possibly, worth money. Twenty dollars? No, less than half that. But, despite the hype about the attractive (whyyyy do they have such big eyeballs?? why??) sims in Bridgeport, Barnacle Bay has some of the cutest. Ignore Nina and Dina, who are not cute, and focus on the positive - the Annan family. Who I did not play.
And I certainly don't come out of the Barnacle Bay experience thinking, "Hmmm...by golly! I can't wait to spend money on the next one!" (Plus, green people who are not aliens or zombies? Way to ruin the next "surprising" twist in my legacy, you nutters.)
And now that I've filled you with compelling and contradictory emotions, we meander to the point.
Anyway, I started up my first ever Barnacle Bay game to test out Generations, and I got attached. I think the youngest child is by far the prettiest, and different from most other sims I've seen. So I am sharing her genetics with you! Take that, whatever the sim equivalent of Monsanto is!