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Would a sim want a change in their room after their birthday?
Asked at 00:19 on Sunday 5 December 2004 by Shanae (Reddle) Report this Question


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No because you can paint/carpet it however you like and they really don't give a stuff about how it's done as long as it's been done.
Answered at 01:32 on Sunday 5 December 2004 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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So if they've been sleeping in a crib through their toddler stage, they really won't care if they eventually get a bed?
Answered at 03:23 on Sunday 5 December 2004 by Shanae (Reddle)
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Well toddlers can't sleep in a bed anyway and children can't sleep in the crib so either way they'll have to use the bed at some stage.
Answered at 11:40 on Sunday 5 December 2004 by Neil Jones (NKTP)
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well really do u think that a female child who grows into a teen really wants to keep that pink room? :P and also a child really doesnt want those bunnies and crayons on a wall, and cant sleep in a crib! lol
Answered at 04:43 on Thursday 9 December 2004 by labby_2004
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for obvious reasons yes, teens like to have a mirror to check themselves out, children want toys in the room, cribs and changing tables are only used on tolders so after they grow it doesnt matter as far as color and carpet etc, doesnt matter either. Sims will laugh at certain things though like decor. My dad sims laughs at teenagers concert posters, teen sims laugh at sunflowers in vase.
Answered at 01:58 on Thursday 10 March 2005 by chani (glamchan)
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