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Jennifer Howardson is a very forgetful teenager, trying to be a parent to her three younger siblings and herself. Her parents died in a fire caused by her cooking mac & cheese, which caused her to go into a depression. She is very flirty as well, rating almost every boy she sees at school. Her sister, Elizabeth, is very supportive of her.
Her blonde hair and green eyes are noticed by a lot of people, especially since nobody else in her family has green eyes. She is very conscious about her weight, making sure she gets a healthy balanced meal. She puts makeup on constantly, considering she is flirty.
As a BabyEdit
As a baby, she was taken care of by her loving parents, Cheryl and Jeremy. She was born with the absent-minded trait, and was not given another trait for some reason. She grew up well, and never had any problems.
As a ToddlerEdit
As a toddler, she got a little sister, Elizabeth. She was very happy, since she had a friend to play with during the day, Buy her mother and father said that babies didn't do much, causing her to start trying not to get near her.
As a ChildEdit
As a child, she got the unlucky and over-emotional traits. She was thrilled when Elizabeth became a toddler, since she could play with her now. Soon, she found out that her mother was pregnant again. She was hoping for a brother, but she knew that babies were boring. The baby turned out to be BABIES,(named Steven and Samuel) and the girls were happy. Soon, the twins became toddlers, Elizabeth became a child, and Jennifer became a teen.
As a TeenEdit
As a teen, Jennifer's life went down-hill. She got the flirty trait. The fire started only one day after she aged up, which disappointed her. Her and her sister noticed that they would have to have the twins raised with out a f