No Walk Away
Any actions your sims perform, are accompanied by a 'priority' flag. User-driven actions (things that you order your sims to do) have a higher priority than any autonomous actions. So, if you've ordered your sim to do a certain thing, autonomous actions by other sims are not supposed to interrupt that, ever.
The only thing that might upset this kind of stuff, is if you have a mod that increases the priority of autonomous actions, or a mod that lowers the priority of user-driven actions.
Please install this file in your downloads, and then run the HCDU (Hack Conflict Detection Utility) which is found in the Sims2 Programs section of Paladin's Place, and see what conflicts it shows. It will also create a file named "hackreport.txt" in its own temp directory. Put that in a zip file, and attach it to your next post (in the help section would be best, I think) or upload it somewhere and give me a link to it... Maybe it helps me sort this out, and maybe it doesn't. If it doesn't, we'll think of a different solution.
Sorry, couldn't get the file you wanted. Here's what it said about the simblender:
File Type: BHAV
Procedure Name: Total Hours Pregnant - Update
Group ID: 0x7F1D0F49
Instance ID: 0x00001002
Packages Containing This Procedure:
Once you have installed that file, run HCDU and then find hackreport.txt.
If you go to the folder where you installed HCDU, you'll see another folder, named "temp". THAT's where the hackreport is in... I need to see THAT file. ALL of it.
Because the info that you gave me just now, doesn't tell me anything except that you've installed the Blender TWICE. Remove one of them.
Removing those double files is a good thing, although you didn't have to remove BOTH computer fixes, but only one of them. But that doesn't matter, either.
Did you do the things in the right order?
1. You must FIRST get that file that I linked to for you.
2. THEN you must unzip that file in your Downloads folder.
3. THEN you must run the HCDU.
4. And AFTER you have done all the things above, THEN you must find the hackreport, and attach it here...
If you didn't do it that way, then we still haven't solved any problems...