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What's to raising baby? How do you know if it's tired or hungry?
Asked at 05:13 on Thursday 7 October 2004 by ilikecrayons Report this Question


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That's the fun of it all :)

Feed it first, that's the most important thing, otherwise you could lose it to social services.

Set up Feed Sing Sing Feed Sing Sing in the queue, when the baby's sorted the extra actions will drop out.
Answered at 11:13 on Thursday 7 October 2004 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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Play is a red herring.

You get the message because either baby's tired or hungry.
Answered at 22:51 on Friday 31 December 2004 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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if a baby cries feed it

u arent getting the message because it was sleeping , but because its hungry or tired
Answered at 00:05 on Thursday 20 January 2005 by Amanda (shine137)
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If The Baby Cry's Feed IT Then Sing To It, Dont Play With It If You Can Help It, Otherwise IT Will Make It More Awake.
Answered at 22:29 on Friday 21 January 2005 by Nikki (0o0blondie0o0)
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Listen to all the ones above. Also, find a pattern from when your baby falls asleep to when it wakes up. Usually it's about 5 (Sim) hours.
Answered at 06:28 on Friday 15 April 2005 by MadMagFreak
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If you don't play with a baby can it become mean? I have a kid that my sims never played with and it has no niceness points. Is this because it was never played with or because its parents have no niceness points?
Answered at 16:38 on Wednesday 7 December 2005 by Sorcererlady
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The kid bars are either full, empty or an average of the parents scores in the same bar.

So for example you have two parents as follows:

Parent One: 2 neat, 8 outgoing, 2 active, 6 playful, 2 nice.

Parent Two: 4 neat, 4 outgoing, 4 active, 2 playful, 4 nice.

The resulting kid will end up with a personality like this:

Neat: 0 or 3 (average) or 10
Outgoing: 0 or 6 (average) or 10
Active: 0 or 3 (average) or 10
Playful: 0 or 4 (average) or 10
Nice: 0 or 3 (average) or 10

After which any remaining personality points are dotted across the bars randomly. In fact they usually end up with more bars than the parents.

The odds are generally twisted towards playful kids, though not playing with him when he's a baby usually doesn't affect his playful score as a kid, though if your game decides to average this trait that will drag it down.
Answered at 00:11 on Thursday 8 December 2005 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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