Post by sparklymouse on May 27, 2010 19:03:18 GMT -5
I have never pictured the triplets as hell raiser teens. They weren't even wild 10 year olds.
Buddy Barrett, on the other hand, I always thought would turn out BAD. His dad was MIA, his mom was a flake who always seemed to care more about herself than her kids, and when he hit his teen years he was going to have 6 (or 5, was one of the DeWitts was the same age as him?) younger siblings who would most likely be getting the bulk of the attention.
^^ I started one, and actually got quite a bit of it done, when I was 15. I'm not exactly proud of the writing skills (or lack thereof) I had at that age, however, so I ended up taking the fanfic down. Right now I'm in the process of writing another Jordan-centric fic, though, so hopefully I have enough time (and motivation) to finish it!
Back to the topic of this thread, I can see Shea Rodowsky possibly going into engineering, or maybe he'd even be a math teacher. I always thought the patience he had with his younger brothers was very impressive --- living with the walking disaster would drive me crazy.
ETA: Sorry, sparklymouse, I didn't see your post until after I posted mine. I've admittedly never given too much thought to Buddy's future, but that really makes sense to me. Poor guy.
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Post by wenonah4th on May 28, 2010 21:25:29 GMT -5
Which of the younger kids (charges) do you think will grow up into the next Sam? I keep looking at Sam and thinking he's the sweetest big brother and all around good guy. Not to lessen Charlie, but Sam's interested in everything where Charlie is a Mr. Steady.
Whenever I even think of a story centered around the clients, I always want to hook Byron and Charlotte together. Same with Bobby and Nancy from LS... Lol it's really weird how I picture this sometimes.
As for the others:
Karen probably turned into one if those super moms because she can never decide on anything. So instead she tries to do it all in the form of being a mother.
Vanessa I can see actually writing popular books while Mallory... Well... Can't. Probably will end up moving away and find a nice guy there.
Jamie probably stayed in the 'brook and fell for one of Lucy's friends. There wouldn't be a too big of an age gap at least.
Laura Perkins would be the one still trying to find herself. I picture her as an ice skater for some reason.
Last Edit: Apr 29, 2014 1:27:16 GMT -5 by nancydawes
So...not many of you have very high expectations for the clients. LOL.
Jackie-Loses his clumsy streak
This better happen or he will never get a girl. Can you imagine dating someone like him? You'd go home all bruised because he accidentally elbowed you in the face and then knocked you off the porch as he was trying to kiss you goodnight.
I want to write a Jackie/OC fanfic set when they're teens, but I'm torn between toning down the "walking disaster" trait or replacing it with something more adult and serious. I think if Jackie is still clumsy, the girl will say something like "I find klutziness cute" and then Jackie will be all "no way" and the girl would say "Just kidding...but it doesn't annoy me or anything".
"We all go a little mad sometimes." - Norman Bates, "Psycho"
Post by nancydawes on Oct 17, 2015 23:52:35 GMT -5
Alright, I thought of more. At least for the Pike kids at least so here goes nothing.
Mallory while I can't see writing professionally I can still see her around books. If not a librarian, she could run her own independent book store. She would not be living in Stoneybrook but likely in a large city like Seattle or Chicago. She would get married but unlucky in love at first. Her husband would be a college English teacher and eventually have two children.
Adam would join the military. Likely the Air Force and be that cool uncle that all the kids like. He wouldn't get married or have children.
Bryon goes to school to be an elementary school teacher. He and Charlotte start dating in their early 20s and eventually get married. For some reason I can see them being young parents so she would get pregnant quickly or before they're married. They would have four kids. He never leaves Stoneybrook but works for SD or SA.
Jordan leaves Stoneybrook but doesn't leave the state. He works for a radio station and has his own radio show playing all kinds of music. He wins a couple of awards for it. He does get married but only has one child.
Vanessa, has a talent for writing, and becomes a writer. She's best known for a series of books for children. Some of her old poetry she does try to squeeze in occasionally though. The biggest part of her career though is when she decides to move to England. There she meets her husband where they have three kids of their own.
Nicky, does extremely well for himself by going to school for engineering and business. While he doesn't own his own business he is raking in the money. He leaves for Washington and settles down around there. He meets his wife there and they have kids.
Margo, decides to say in Stoneybrook. She finishes college at Stoneybrook University and gets a job as a nurse at the hospital. I picture her as the type to get married three times in her life. She has two children with her first husband and two with her second. One of which is David Michael.
Finally, Claire decides to stay in Stoneybrook. She marries Johnny Hobart and works as a stay at home mom. She's the one that took after her mother the most. This is because they have six children.
^ Whoa, quite specific there. I like it. I always imagine what would happen to the sitters and clients in the future. Though, I'd imagine that Mallory would end up being a well-known author, like Ann M. Martin and Amelia Moody and Henrietta Hayes, who would write horse stories, teen romances, and stories about big families. She'd have a hard time getting published at first. But that's just my imagination.
Myriah - A famous actress and singer and dancer. She'd star in several movies, have her own TV show or shows, and play on Broadway. She'd be single and childless till in her early thirties when she marries her bodyguard and has two children, a boy and a girl two years apart from each other.
Gabbie - She'd be a singer and a dancer, but she'll get married and have a family at a young age (early twenties).
Laura - No idea.
David Michael - A police officer. A police chief, actually. IDK why I imagine so. He'd get married in his mid thirties and have three children, all boys and all four years apart.
Karen - She'd be very unlucky in love. She'd marry and divorce three or four men and have a kid or two from each one. She wouldn't have been able to settle on one career, so she juggles a bunch, like teaching, writing, acting, whatever. She'd also be moving constantly from Stoneybrook to New York City to Chicago to Seattle.
Andrew - He'd be a recluse. Will never get married and have kids. Will do online jobs and stay cooped up in his house.
Jamie - A police officer or a firefighter. Married by his late twenties and a father of four or five children by his mid thirties.
Lucy - Stay-at-home mom with only a high school diploma.
Jenny - Extremely wealthy, an owner and founder of a hair-and-makeup organization, and will always be single and childless.
Charlotte - A librarian or would start an independent bookstore or maybe an elementary school teacher. Husband and only one child, probably a girl.
Post by stolenbooks on Oct 19, 2015 12:04:35 GMT -5
I think that Jenny became a spoiled rich teen who later got silly with BC and ended up pregnant after prom night...then enlisting in the help of the all new BSC run by Karen lol.
I think Charlotte definitely became a teacher.
I always like to picture the boys from Claudia and the Terrible Truth never had to see their father again. That their mom got full custody and they lived a happy life. Maybe she remarried down the line or stayed a kick-ass single mom, something like that. And then the boys went onto help kids get out of abusive homes.
I hate to say this...but I see Whitney going on to commit crimes or something and then getting away with it due to her condition.
One of the Pike kids ran away at some point, not sure which one. It wasn't realized for awhile and once it was, it was all blamed on Mallory.
Post by stolenbooks on Oct 19, 2015 12:10:45 GMT -5
Oh and I think Jenny's parents divorced a few years down the line. Mr. P was just too laid back for Mrs. P. The two compete for their daughters' love with lavish gifts. Also, in true Stonybrook parent fashion, they each remarried rather quickly.