Their honeymoon was short but memorable. Even without the “woohoo talk,” Daisy knew that when hearts appeared and no precautions (whatever those were) had been taken, there was a chance for a preganancy. She even had an option to take a pregnancy test, so she was excited for the option but nervous. Ned was not wanting to start a family. The test was negative. She felt sad about it but she was even more sad that Ned didn’t want a baby right now.
However, Daisy was cheerful by nature and amazed at how large their home was. Daisy’s landlord had been so happy to hear Daisy was getting married that she told Daisy not to worry about breaking the lease–she’d even take care of putting the tiny home on The Gallery to find a buyer. By the time Ned and Daisy returned from Tartosa, Daisy’s home had been sold, the property sold, and a new house built. Life goes by quickly at “normal” speed.
Daisy and Ned celebrated their first Winterfest as a married couple. It was quiet but happy. Father Winter stopped by and they exchanged gifts. Ned knew how much Daisy wanted a baby, so he tried to give himself a pep talk. With his career, he worried if he would be around enough for a child. “You an do both, Ned,” he told himself in the mirror.
As a clumsy Sim, Daisy tended to break things often. She broke the expensive coffee maker. Ned told her not to worry–he had seen her breaking dishes everytime he’d been over at her trailer home. He instantly repaired it.
Then Daisy was so excited to play with LilSimsie, the cowplant, that she forgot to put on outerwear, instead running out to the snow-covered garden in her pajamas. She nearly froze to death. Even warming up by the fire didn’t see to help. She was nearly frozen for two days.