This page contains The Sims: FreePlay Hints for iPhone - iPad called "Four Children Per Family" and has been posted or updated on Jan 24, 2014 by Brooke.
- Developer: Electronic Arts
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
- Genre: Simulation Virtual
- Release: Dec 13, 2011
- ESRB: Not Set
Four Children Per Family
So, it says the limit for kids in a house would be two, having both parents, or three, if you adopted a kid over the phone and had two kids, along with one parent. But there is a way to have four kids in a house with both parents, without adopting!
- Make the parents have two babies. They both must be aged into teens for this to work.
- Go to a household with one or two sims living in it. Whistle over the one teens, make it good friends with the adult in the house, and have them move in.
- Back at the teens' original parents' house, have a third child. While it's loading, make the teen good friends with one of it's parents, and move it back in.
- Have the third child.
- Go back to the household with one or two sims living in it, and make both teens move in.
- Start the fourth baby back at the house.
- IMPORTANT: READ CAREFULLY: Whistle the two teens back home, and have them "Be Nice" to their parents until both of them become good friends with one of their parents. Have one Ask to Move In. While it's doing that, make the other one do the same. The house limit is technically four, so if you wait, one won't be able to move back in.
- Have the fourth baby. You now have four kids in a house :)
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