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Answer from: Simsplayer
You can only have a maximum of four people living in one house.
Answer from: smarty-pants
Just make the husband/wife leave. then you'll have room 4 another baby
Answer from: annonymous
The husband/wife must leave before you are allowed to have another child. This is a silly idea to be only allowed 2 kids.
Answer from: Yasminxx
No, I have tried moving out the husband/wife and it says to add another baby u need too have a married couple living there. I have a mansion and on level eighteen with two children and it does not let me add another baby, so no matter how big your house is only four people can live in any house, even if its a mansion, hope this helped
Answer from: Babykaka
You can't cause you have 2childs if you move you husband/wife and one child it's still going to say its to crowed
Answer from: M&M
When you age them to be a teenager they can move out and their parents can have another kid. Even though the teenager won't live with them, you'll still have more than two kids. You can keep doing that and get even more kids! Also if you have a single sim you can have them get married have two kids and then have the other person move out. This gives you the opportunity to adopt one more kid over the phone. You could also just adopt all three without getting married but adopting costs real money. Hope this helped! :)
Answer from: SimsPlayer
Have the two children, and then wait until one of the children becomes a teenager. Make the teenager become friends with another sim and make them move into the house of the sim that the teen became best friends with. While the teen is living with another sim, add the baby to the family. While the baby is being created during that 24 hour period, make the teen move back in with his/her parents using the "ask to move in" option and WALLA, you will have three kids
Posted on: 10-02-2014
Posted on: 10-02-2014
Posted on: 09-21-2014