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The Curse of the Out of Control Children
I adopted a girl character, and decided to adopt six children for the heck of it. I've had six children at once before, and it had turned out pretty well. All the six children from the past generation had been generally well-behaved, and I'm pretty sure this was before I finished renovating the house. Anywho, the new children were pretty decent, too. Acted well and did as they were told. Later on, I received a marriage a proposal and accepted. It didn't work work out well. Suddenly, all the kids were pretty became monsters. They wreaked havoc wherever they found it, and were awful to the dad. When he called them for bed or for a meal, only two of the boys listened to him (Betty listened to him once when he called them for bed). The kids constantly interrupt and distract him when he's working or doing a hobby.The girls are especially bad. They bang dishes, jump down the stairs, draw on walls, poke the plants, etc. These two boys are okay though. They read books, but still participate in the mischief-making. The other boy is just as bad as the girls. The kids listen to their mom, but once when she was preparing a meal, Wifi (Yes, that's her name) and Bistro banged the dishes. I have repeatedly tried to coax them into being good by trying the running away trick, providing them with toys, and overall being kind to them to no avail. I don't have the money to send them all to boarding school, and to be honest, I don't want to lose any of them. Thanks! :D
Answer from: Smileyface
I've never seen anything like this happen before, but I suggest trying to create a bond. Make the dad tickle them and tell them stories, and use the movies from the flea market. Continue praising them for good behavior, and scolding them for bad behavior. Don't worry; when they become teenagers it will die down. Hope it helped! :)
Answer from: MeIsAwesome?
Completly normal. all bad behavior that happens in the house. it just looks like they want to bother dad.
Answer from: Guest
Try doing all these things and they together will help. Put them on the toys and praise 3 times when they run away repeat the praising process 3 more times after that praise twice. Whenever you catch them doing something bad scold and let them run away dont pick them up before they are finnished running away or it dosent work! As smilyface said try to have the parents and the children interact more and make the children play train and giggle and dance by placing them on each other, sorry for the run on sentances! :) HIH
Answer from: Awesome Sauce!!
They are mad about the proposal. make them do things together like reading or movie watching.
Answer from: LordeLady17
You should drag them to the toys or send them to boarding school. That's what i would do. And if you are brutal, you can just kill them.
Answer from: Kittay_katlol
Hi there, VF2 player! The kids are probably used to their mother, not their new dad. Make the dad tickle them and read them stories as much times as you can. The kids will surely get used to him when doing that! If you don't have six kids already, make a few children with their new dad! This will get the kids used to the new father being their new dad! They will also behave once you have a new child! Don't scold your kids! They will get depressed and you could use them! Hope I helped! x
Answer from: Rose547
Don't be worried. All of the kids do that.
Answer from: Caitycool
If you adopt a child usually they will act bad after the age of 5 maybe you should buy them toys and praise them for good things I hope I helped
Answer from: Maddie
Hmmm.. well you could always try to make them do good things then praise them often for doing it. If sending them to boarding school might help, get your adults and drag them to their work area. Keep praising them, and drag them back to the work area when they run away. I was always broke until I tried this. Good luck!
Answer from: Jumper24
They probably aren't used to their new dad and I don't blame them I would do the same thing to try to make them bond with their new dad that would help