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?Huh? Hiding under the bed?
OK so Margie, Franiana and Kels last child,hid under the bed! I praised her for it (just to see what was causing it) And I'm afraid someone's bullying her when I'm not on! I won't really know, Because she did this as soon as I got on my tablet (I was off it for the day.) I think one of the triplets (probably Emma Because she loves to tear books) Is being a bully! I don't think its the older kids (primary and franicono) Because they help the kids. Anyone had any similar problems?Tell me! If so, Tell me your solution! Please, I hate bullying!
Answer from: clalexander
Kids don't really bully eachother. Really, they don't even interact hardly unless you drag them onto eachother. Its just a normal action even though i've neber seen it...Welp, hope i helped...
Answer from: Virtual life
She did it more than once because you praised her. It's normal. I got worried about it when my Balone hid from Atlas in my first gen, but they became good friends and Atlas look like one of those fake "Demon childs'. It's normal. I like to think that they are playing hide and go seek. :3
Answer from: Sammy
Are u talking about the virtual families 2 if u are when the parents had the fifth baby one of the kid hid under the bed when I wasn't watching all of the four kids .P.S the 4 kids were in the same room was the kid bing bullied?
right back. Ok im new and I just created a new account. So can someone and tell me what to do. But one of my kids ran undernthe bed when I left him alone with his brother's
Answer from: Bell
My beta did that I was wondering what it was but she never did it again so I just left it alone
Answer from: Sparkle5301
Ri've had thait hapipen in previous generations, even when all of their older siblings were at college. She did it more than onace because you praised her.